It was not until the Victorian era that the sectional sofa came into the furniture scene. Made of the same materials used in other seating furniture, it comes with two or more sofa chairs and a sofa that becomes one huge and longer sofa when put together. Sectional sofas do not have corner pieces at that time.
With the help of mid-century contemporary designers, sectional sofas went through a huge makeover in the 1950s that change the image of sectional sofas. It emerged with a smooth, low profile design with bold geometric shapes that emphasized an organized style. By the end of the 20th century, sectionals emerged with a more refined look.