Fun family nights take toll on sectional
We are a family of six with four active boys. We have shared many special moments on our favorite couch, such as movie night, appetizer night and board games. Unfortunately all this fun has taken its toll. We love our sectional couch because we can all be together, including our Oma. Please help us us -- the next step is duct tape!
Design by O'Reilly's Furniture and Amish Gallery
Expert: Michael Walsh, owner, www.orfurn.com
This reader is in need of seating that can comfortable fit a larger active family. Having that one central place to gather is essential for family bonding time. The Fisher sofa has endured a lot of wear and tear over the years and it is time to take out the old and bring in the new.
This room is really an easy fix when it comes to O'Reilly's Furniture. We specialize in good quality furniture that can stand the test of time and be customized to fit any size room. Given the use of this space, the ideal replace with the Fisher's worn our sectional is a new sectional.
Sectional are ideal for this type of family space as it allows for an entire family to be in one space (even Oma!)
There are two options to consider for this space, just depending on your on fabric preference.
For a fabric option, we are suggesting the Brantley Section from England. This is a fabric sectional with a chaise lounge on the end that comfortably seats up to six people. This sectional comes in over 100 fabric options so it easy to coordinate with any color palate.
For this space, we are recommending the Aerosmith beluga with the accent pillows in Hoogenboom Lacquer. (pictured).
If a leather sectional is preferred, we can do that as well with our Cedar Height sectional that can also seat five and comes in 100 different color leather options and textures.
To finish this room and make it more functional for this family, we would pair this sectional with a Amish coffee table and end table that add style, function and storage. These tables come in many color options as well so depending on the rest of the space, we would suggest a darker grain wood.