Upholstered Furniture - Norwalk Upholstered Furniture

We know your home is a reflection of you. You don't want furniture that looks like it belongs in just any home. That's not your style. It's not the way you live. Whether your style is formal or casual, traditional, country, or contemporary - in colors that are bright, bold, classic, or neutral - only a look made especially for you will do. And we, at House of Oak & Sofas, will help you create it. Check out Norwalk’s new "interactive Catalog" where you can see the fabric on the frame of you choice! Click on any thumbnail for a larger view.

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The Naomi sofa features some of the boundary-breaking design features of the Candice Olson collection with nailhead trim and an unconventional profile.

The Stowe is just one popular example of the conversational sofas carried by House of Oak & Sofas.  You have to sit down on one of these, with a friend, and realize how intimate a setting they create.

The Gates collection offers deep, scatter-pillow seating in a luxurious profile that once again gives the customer choices of feet, skirt, arm and cushions.

The Milford features generous retro styling and the 1,000 fabric selection permits the homeowner to choose a beautiful sectional without conforming to the usual "sectional" fabrics.

A true "old standby" the Copley Square has been in the Norwalk collection for years and remains a top seller.  With attached or detachable back cushions, a neat overall tailored design, the sofa is available in both apartment size and regular size--and yes, it's also available in all 1,000 Norwalk fabrics.  Stop by and sit in one today!

The Horizon model from Norwalk has always been one of my favorites. With its compact arm and minimalist styling it is perfect for smaller apartment and condo living, but since it is also available as a sectional, the Horizon also finds itself in great rooms and larger spaces.


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