For nearly two decades, Home Reserve has pursued one primary aim: Helping customers find great, affordable furniture that will adapt with them through the years. What do we mean by that?
As your life changes, your family grows, and your tastes change. Home Reserve’s goal is to make that as seamless and affordable as possible with a selection of styles and over 50 fabrics. There are 7 arm styles that can be attached to any couch, chair, or sectional. There are multiple options for the back cushions including foam for a more square and short look, and fiber-filled which is round and tall. You can order back cushions in two lengths, 22 inches or 33 inches, and there are cushions that flow over the arm and those that don't. These options exist so you can have a custom piece that fits your needs now, and options to change that piece up later without having to replace the whole thing.
For example, if you’ve adopted your first pet and you’re nervous about how to protect your current furniture, swap out your fabric for one of Home Reserve’s stain-resistant pet-care fabrics.
Another example comes from my own experience. My first piece of Home Reserve furniture, a Laney couch with curved armrests, was perfect for my apartment with my husband. A few years later, I had two children, a house, and an at-home freelance writing business.
We needed more seating area, so we upgraded to a Ray sectional. I particularly loved how the Ray armrests were low and wide - the perfect size for my laptop. I could watch my little ones play in our living room while I built my business.
Now that I’ve walked you through a few examples of how Home Reserve’s furniture can adapt to your lifestyle, let’s take a look at some real families who’ve done exactly that. This photo gallery will also highlight the various styles offered by Home Reserve.
1. Tux Sectional
What makes this Tux sectional stand out is the modern look of its rectangular arms, square cornered cushions, and especially that fabulous pop of color in the form of Retriever Atlantic.
This owner could also reconfigure this piece by removing one of the arms and attaching the ottoman to one side if they wanted more space.
This Home Reserve Griffin couch looks right at home with its large, round arms and fiber-back cushions. This family chose Retriever Bisque for the fabric color that really completes the “winter wonderland” look.
Our next example is this charming sectional in the Jovie style. Note the modern, low-profile arms wide enough to rest a book or a cup of tea as you curl up with a blanket. This layout provides a great amount of seating while helping this beautiful living space still appear quite spacious with its neutral, Archetype Quartz fabric color.
The Cantina Saddle leather on this Tux couch goes so well with this lovely home. Opting for a style with square edges shows how this piece ties in with many of the other square-edged elements of this room. The extended 4-unit couch provides added seating in a way that makes sense with the design of this floorspace.
The fun thing about sectionals is how versatile they are in any given space. When you add a corner ottoman, like you see in the Ray sectional pictured below, it becomes a portable extension of your seating area. This set came in Cantina Peanut leather, and don’t forget about all the great storage space under each cushion and the ottoman.
This Laney couch draws your gaze with its striking Archetype Soda fabric color and cozy ottomans to match. What makes this Laney style unique is the full cushions flowing over the sides and the smooth radius on each arm.
The warm lighting from the sun makes this 8-piece Jovie sectional in Maltese Taupe simply glow. With its low, modern arms and comfortable seating, it creates a bridge between elegant and casual that certainly looks inviting.
Who says your furniture has to look exactly the same? This family paired two great looks in one living space with a Laney chair in Archetype Silt and a Tux sectional in Archetype Quartz.
This can be a lot of fun with ottomans too. For example, if you choose a more neutral sectional, try a printed fabric for one of your ottomans, just to jazz things up.
When you create a cozy living space, you can incorporate your Home Reserve ottomans in all sorts of ways. This layout shows how this 10-piece Tux sectional in Retriever Bisque offers a more reclined seating area by adding two standard ottomans.
Note: To prevent sliding, you can attach the Corner and Modular Ottomans to other units. Attachment instructions are included with your delivery.
How fun is this room? The slender Laney arms and corner ottoman both make great use of the space. This is also a good example of adding a pop of color with pillows on a more neutral backdrop, like this Retriever Barley fabric. Want to brainstorm your own stylish flare to your current furniture? Home Reserve offers a variety of stylish pillows in several different shapes and in over 50 fabric patterns.
Find the look you love.
The beauty of renewable furniture like Home Reserve’s is that you can change the style, fabric, color, size, etc. whenever you like. Now that you’ve had a chance to browse some of Home Reserve’s furniture in real homes, which one did you like the best? What would you do differently? Did this inspire any ideas on how you’d like to style your living space?
Choose from the following options to begin assembling your unique look:
Want to see more Home Reserve furniture featured in customers’ homes? Check out “Our Favorite Layouts Designed By Our Customers.”
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