Reviewing our new Article furniture and sharing the reveal before the reveal.
Our back room lounge is almost complete and I wanted to give you a huge sneak peek today. As in, I’m showing you *almost* the entire space – just holding back a few things until next week.
Before I share the final, final reveal, I wanted to talk to you about all the Article furniture we have in this space because it totally makes the entire room, imo. And because I’ve had several pieces of Article furniture for years and years, that I continually get asked about, I thought you might have some questions about my newest pieces too.
Article Furniture Review (Lounge Room)
Like I mentioned before, I have had several pieces form Article over the years and they’ve all been good quality and good looking design-wise too. My first ever piece of Article furniture was the Burrard sofa for my studio back in 2016. When I moved out of the studio space years later, I had to sell it bc we didn’t have a space for anymore. But it looked nearly brand new still when I sold it (and if you were at that studio sale, you know that a good chunk of people in line were there to try and buy that sofa).
And then, a year later, I got some teak outdoor furniture from Article and we still have it all to this day. Both the table and the chairs are from the TEAKA collection. I get asked about it pretty regularly still, whenever I share photos of the backyard or our old porch. It’s been almost three years and it still looks so good! And held up well through our cross-country move too. It’s solid folks! Long lasting stuff.
Alright, so let’s just jump into the new stuff, so I can give you my honest opinion on everything…
Article Sofa (Mello Sectional)
I researched the heck out of different sofas and the one that had really good reviews (that I also really loved the look of) was the Mello Taos Sectional. I looked at A LOT of sofa options online (from all different sources) before falling in love with this one. And when I read the reviews, I knew I had to have this one.
From the start, it looked like one of those sectionals that I’d be able to curl up in with a blanket and just hang out for hours. And I’m happy to report, IT TOTALLY IS! This sectional is so comfy and we could not be any happier with it.
At the time I’m writing this post, we’ve had the sofa for almost three months. We’ve used it every single day since then and it still looks amazing…even with a toddler that likes to get messy. Sure, it gets some little scuffs, from tiny fingernails, etc. But that’s what leather does. And I actually really like when you can see a little bit of patina on leather. It tells a story.
Aside from it being comfortable (which is obviously important), it’s also SO good looking! And apparently, I’m not the only one who has taken note of this sectional. When I shared a preview to Instagram, several of you said this exact sectional was your dream couch too.
P.S. While this sectional isn’t cheap, it’s still a good price for a leather sofa of this size. The other leather sofa we have (in the living room), which we bought from a different company, cost almost $1,000 more than this one and is about half the size. AND both Jeff and I honestly like our new mello sectional better!
You can check out the Mello Sectional from Article here. I have the left arm corner sectional in Taos Tan.
Article Coffee Table (Catta Coffee Table)
I’m also IN LOVE with our new coffee table – its the Catta Coffee Table. It reminds me of an Equipale barrel chair and just feels like vacation, don’t you think?
Again, the quality is really great (thick glass top with a rattan, rope, and powder-coated iron base). But the most impressive part? The price! Its $350, which seems like a steal to me. And I should know, I spent A LOT of time rounding up cool coffee tables under $500 a while back and it was a challenge to find cute ones that were high quality like this.
I have a handful of pillows in this room, mostly ones that I snagged from our living room. Since we’re back here so much now. But one of the new additions is a pink Bocco pillow – super soft and cozy.
We’ve used it a small cushion on the floor with a floor pouf to make things extra cozy on the floor, when my son wants to play Legos on the floor (which is every.single.day). Haha. But full disclosure… I’ve since moved this pillow to another room, so I can maintain the earthy vibe I have going on in here.
There’s a decent amount of artwork in here already, so I thought a mirror would be a good addition to bounce light around in here and break up the framed, rectangular pieces.
This is the Meron Mirror. It’s under $200 and comes in the natural color we have and black. And has a similar vibe to some of the other pieces, without being overly matchy matchy.
Catta Side Table (Hadley Stool similar)
And last but not least, the stool / side table.
I have the Hadley stool, which we use as a side table behind the sectional for drinks. I really like the size because we can move it around easily when we need a place for drinks, or an extra seat.
It’s since been retired though, so I wanted to suggest the Catta Side Table, which matches my coffee table and is sooo cute! It’s also under $200.
That’s it for now!
I’m still finishing up the remaining decorating of this room, so I’ll share all the sources and the office part of this space in a separate post. But for now, let me know if you have any questions – about the Article furniture and/or anything else you see in this space. Happy to answer.
This post is in partnership with Article, a brand that I’ve had in my home and studio spaces for years. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help keep Paper and Stitch running.