Think about the sofas that are trending—you may picture a curved sofa, possibly in a jewel-toned velvet fabric. Statement sofas have been all the rage of late. But despite the fact that they look ridiculously good, the trend may not be as timeless as some others. Here's another option that will definitely stand the test of time: the gray sectional sofa.
If you can fit one into your space, sectional sofas are great—especially modular ones that can adapt to your space and grow with you as you move. The gray hue is neutral enough to work through multiple décor iterations as you evolve from midcentury to Scandinavian and beyond. And, unlike gorgeous white sofas, they are easier to maintain and keep clean—especially if you pick a darker hue or a subtle pattern like a pinstripe. Convinced? We selected a few of our favorite gray sectional sofas to help you pick the perfect one for your space.
Sink into the ultimate crash pad with this low-slung linen sectional from CB2 made extra luxe in linen. The sectional's pillow-topped cushions encourage long lounge sessions.
The ideal sectional for small apartments, this West Elm sofa features built-in side tables, storage, and yes—it even reclines.
Why settle for an L-shaped sectional when you can have a U-shaped one? Just imagine the game nights you could have around this large sectional sofa.
This loungey low-slung sectional boasts a timeless fabric that will always make your space feel tailored and chic.
Super scaled and deep with a low-angled back for lazy lounging and piles of pillows, this gray sectional sofa was made for watching Netflix.
Midcentury lovers will adore this slate gray tufted tuxedo velvet sofa that's as sleek and stylish as it is comfortable.
West Elm calls this sofa its "most comfortable sectional ever," thanks to its deep seat, plush cushions, and go-anywhere lumbar and throw pillows.
Like the perfect pair of relaxed-fit jeans, the Jasper custom sectional sofa combines comfort and style with its deep seat and sleek silhouette.
Sure, you can multitask on Sunday. But why do that, when you can just nap instead? Refined enough for the poshest of interiors, this sectional is designed to look good without sacrificing comfort.
Leave it to IKEA to create a stylish five-seater sectional under $1,300. This model also lets you customize your sectional to your space—and add to it when you move!
The ultimate kid-friendly sofa, this minimalist piece by CB2 encourages pillow forts and jumping around.