Although tufted and cushionless, this sofa is deep and enveloping, so it invites lounging. Microfiber. Measures 82 inches.To buy: Benny, $999, zgallerie.com.
A more refined version of the comfy couch your family loves. Dress it up with peacock blue pillows and a chocolate throw. Cotton-poly blend. Measures 87 inches.To buy: Wallace, $989, rowefurniture.com for stores.
Creamy tufted velvet with a tailored skirt. The perfect partner for a mirrored coffee table and a mini Pomeranian. Measures 79 inches.To buy: Willow, $999, zgallerie.com.
Clean-cut and cool, with a tufted seat, plush back cushions, unfussy arms, and sleek, tapered feet. Cotton. Measures 90 inches.
To buy: Sophie, $999, raymourandflanigan.com.
Sunny yellow loosens up a formal shape. Complement the curves with a round coffee table. Poly-rayon. Measures 80½ inches.To buy: Silhouette, $999, crateandbarrel.com.
Don Draper would feel right at home on this scaled-down midcentury model. High legs make it airy. Cotton-poly blend. Measures 72 inches.To buy: Murray, $999, roomandboard.com.
Nailhead trim makes it chic, while pewter upholstery keeps it guy-friendly.To buy: North Avenue Upholstered, $603.50 for queen, amazon.com.
Minimalist but quietly dramatic, it offers a pleasing sense of containment without overpowering a small space.To buy: Edland, $299 for queen, ikea.com.
Black-painted cane gives a sultry, not sweet, note to this glam Gustavian design.To buy: Louis, $899 for queen, ballarddesigns.com.
With turned spindles and ball-top posts, it’s whimsical and old-fashioned.To buy: Kensington, $699 for queen, potterybarn.com.
Yes, Annie wept herself to sleep in a similar bed, but this version has romantic curves and a textured finish.To buy: Tango Danby, $669 for queen, ethanalleninc.com.
Spare and understated from afar, it’s a textural treat up close: smooth lacquer, with velvet upholstery and nickel nailheads.To buy: Concerto, $799 for queen, zgallerie.com.
Commanding and confident, it’s master of its domain. The carved pedestal creates a striking sight line. Dimensions: 72 by 54 inches.To buy: Maxwell, $799, zgallerie.com.
Cherrywood makes it casual enough for a kitchen; an artful steel base means it’s stylish enough for the dining room. Dimensions: 60 by 36 inches.To buy: Evans, $899, roomandboard.com.
Visually open, it won’t clog a small space. Perfect for showcasing a colorful geometric rug. Dimensions: 72 by 36 inches.To buy: Silverado, $349, cb2.com.
Lacquer cheers up a room and lends fresh personality to the simplest set of chairs. Dimensions: 60 by 36 inches.To buy: Turned Leg, $799, brocadehome.com.
Convivial in shape, edgy in structure. Echo the round top with a drum-shade pendant lamp above. Dimensions: 60 inches.To buy: Bond, $699, roomandboard.com.
With Louis XIV chairs, it’s French country (rather than plain ol’ country). Comes with a removable leaf (shown). Dimensions: 72 by 44 inches.To buy: Bryson Leg, $699, broyhillfurniture.com for stores.