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West Elm’s New Modular Sofa Collection Puts Comfort First

July 20, 2017 Home By Photo by West Elm
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A couch’s utility rarely extends beyond seating. The new Enzo series from mid-century decorating hub West Elm, however, reimagines the living room staple as a modular, functional centerpiece. With options ranging from three to five seats, the Enzo sectionals boast hidden utility — like storage compartments in the arms and under cushions, built-in bookcases, reclining seats and pull-out beds. Available in leather or gray slub upholstery, the series is minimal in appearance yet maximal in utility, making traditional sofas seem stale by comparison.

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