Reid Sectional Chaise

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Reid Sectional Chaise labeled with heights, length, and depth in plan and elevation

The Reid Sectional Chaise is part of the Reid Collection designed by Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk.  The sofa can be ordered with a left or right orientation, and three back cushions come included, as well as the choice of block style or black powder-coated tubular style legs. Seat depths can be adjusted for various lounging positions, and wide armrests offer support from elbow to wrist for maximum comfort.

The Reid Sectional Chaise has overall heights of 29” or 32” (74, 81 cm), length of 120” (305 cm), and depth of 62” (157.5 cm). The seat height of the Reid Sectional Chaise is set at 16" or 19” (41, 48 cm) with arms at a height of 23” or 26” (58.5, 66 cm).


*Under Development*

29”, 32” | 74, 81 cm
62” | 157.5 cm
120” | 305 cm
Seat Height:
16”, 19” | 41, 48 cm
Arm Height:
23”, 26” | 58.5, 66 cm
Hardwood frame; memory foam seat cushions; fabric or leather upholstery; block (1” | 2.5 cm) or tubular legs (4” | 10 cm)
Jeffrey Bernett & Nicholas Dodziuk


Drawings include:
Reid Sectional Chaise front elevation, sides, back, plan

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Sectional sofas or couches are a variety of common living room furniture composed of multiple independent modular components of cushioned seats that can be rearranged in a variety of versatile positions. Sectional sofas are most often arranged with a 90 degree corner or L-Shape configuration.