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Cologne 90" Velvet Sofa - Smoke
Cologne 90" Velvet Sofa - Smoke
$2,065.00$2,950.00
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Brooke 3-Seat Sofa
Brooke 3-Seat Sofa
$3,146.50$4,495.00
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Georgina Tufted Sofa
Georgina Tufted Sofa
$2,291.50$2,865.00
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Cashel Sofa
Cashel Sofa
$3,198.00
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Rumsey Velvet Sofa
Rumsey Velvet Sofa
$2,291.50$2,865.00
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Lotte Sleeper Sofa
Lotte Sleeper Sofa
$4,998.00
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Sutton Linen Sofa
Sutton Linen Sofa
$3,195.50$3,995.00
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Erin Velvet Sleeper Sofa
Erin Velvet Sleeper Sofa
$3,006.50$4,295.00
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Eloise Camelback Sofa - Teal Velvet
Eloise Camelback Sofa - Teal Velvet
$3,465.00$4,950.00
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Charleston Sofa
Charleston Sofa
$2,998.00
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Portsmouth Sofa - Cream Linen
Portsmouth Sofa - Cream Linen
$5,036.50$7,195.00
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Everleigh Sofa
Everleigh Sofa
$2,942.50$3,680.00
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Lane Tufted Sofa
Lane Tufted Sofa
$1,741.50$2,180.00
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Brooke Sleeper Sofa - Handcrafted
Brooke Sleeper Sofa - Handcrafted
$3,286.50$4,695.00
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Merrimack Sofa - Chartreuse Velvet
Merrimack Sofa - Chartreuse Velvet
$3,251.50$4,645.00
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Banks Sofa
$4,498.00
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Pratt Crypton Armless Sleeper Sofa
Pratt Crypton Armless Sleeper Sofa
$3,076.50$4,395.00
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Outfitting your living room is one of the most important tasks in your home decor journey. Your living room is a space you and your family spend the most time. No piece is more central to the living room than the sofa. With so many variations and factors to consider, it’s tough to find one that checks all your boxes.

Do you prioritize aesthetics over function? Are you looking for a piece more conducive to seating guests or lounging with loved ones? Is your space better suited for the size of a loveseat, or do you have room to shape the area with a sectional?

What is a Sofa?



A sofa is a single piece of furniture with two or three cushions. They’re one-directional seating options that come in different sizes. Sofas generally take up less space than a sectional and are easily paired with a combination of seating options like sectionals or accent chairs.

Sofas can easily fit into many spaces and room sizes.

- A guest-friendly environment that facilitates communication without being overly intimate.

- Easy access to coffee and side tables, no matter where you sit.

- Sofas pair well with other furniture and allow for more design flow.

Different Types of Sofas



With endless options, find the sofa style that best fits your home’s needs and aesthetics. Here are four common sofa types:

Traditional:

Traditional sofas are the three-seater models you envision when thinking of a sofa. Use them as your main seating or use them as a complementary piece.

Sectional

: Sectionals are a go-to if you have a large family or host guests. They come with a chaise lounge component and are ideal for providing enough space to stretch your legs.

Sleeper

: Maximize your investment and consider a convertible sofa bed. Its ability to offer an additional place to sleep makes a sleeper sofa a versatile Jack-of-all-trades.

Loveseat

:There is a lot to love about a loveseat. Designed to seat two, a loveseat is ideal for small spaces (like a studio apartment) or complementary to a large sofa.

Popular Sofa Styles



Selecting a specific sofa style depends on aesthetics and your functional needs. If you’d like a place to lounge, you need a couch with more depth. If you plan to invite over guests, you may want to opt for sofas that are less slouchy and more semi-formal. Here are a few of our favorite styles:

Mid Century Modern



Choose a mid-century modern sofa for a style on the minimal end of the spectrum. These styles are also a traditional choice with a streamlined, rectangular shape and bare legs.

Chaises



The chaise lounge is an elongated upholstered seat designed to help you lounge with your feet up. It includes a padded back along one short side and one or two arms.

Settee



With a more formal appearance, a settee is a popular choice when you’re looking to add elegance to your home. They generally feature a high straight back and two arms.

Chesterfield



Rolled arms and tufting give the Chesterfield its bold look. They are often upholstered in leather with nailhead accents.

English Roll Arm



Not to be confused with the Chesterfield, English Roll Arm style sofas feature rolled arms but at a lower height than the back. The deep seat of the English roll arm makes it a comfortable option for lounging.

Tuxedo



Often more formal, tuxedo sofas are typically upholstered in leather with tufting. The arms are the same height as the back, lending to a boxy shape.

How To Choose the Best Sectional Couch for Your Space



Consider Your Needs



When choosing which sofa fits your space and needs, decide its primary purpose. Answer the following questions to help you decide:

- What is its primary purpose?

Do you want a luxurious suede settee to set the tone for your entry space, or do you prefer the comfort of a linen couch for late-night movie marathons? Consider the primary purpose your sofa will be performing.

- How much seating space do you need?

Sofas range from a single chaise or loveseat to a three-seater model or more. Consider your seating needs when choosing the best fit.

- Consider the configuration of your room.

Will you blend your sofa with furniture elements like accent chairs, rugs, or coffee tables?

Choose Your Fabric Style



The fabric or material your sofa is crafted with impacts your sofa’s longevity. Consider how often the sofa will be used and how high the daily stain risk may be. Do you have messy eaters in the house or pets that shed? Take careful consideration of your lifestyle when choosing the best fabric.

Measure Your Space



One of the most important considerations for buying your sofa is the size and shape of your room.

Take note of the length and the depth.

- Measure the heights and widths of all entryways, stairways, and hallways to ensure the sofa can maneuver through them.

- Factor in ceiling heights, architectural details of the room, banisters, or low-hanging fixtures that might get in the way.

- Tape out the sofa’s exact shape and dimension in your room to see if it will extend past walls or walkways.

- Consider the traffic patterns of the room and any other large furnishings the room may have.

- Make sure you have enough room to move about the space.

How to Clean & Maintain a Sofa



The last thing you want is for your living room investment to fall apart under excess wear and tear. With the proper care, sofas last for years. Because sofas come in different fabrics and materials, consult the manufacturer’s instructions before cleaning.

Here are some general rules and tips that can help extend the longevity of your sofa:

1. Regularly vacuum or wipe away dust, hair, and debris that gathers.

2. Don’t place furniture in direct sunlight. Extreme temperatures cause discoloration of fabric materials and cracking of leather.

3. Don’t let stains sit. When spills occur, blot any loose liquids immediately. Treat any remaining spots on upholstered fabrics with gentle soap, warm water, and a soft rag.

4. Do not treat leather with soap or oil. Leather sofas become brittle, dry, and damaged when treated with soap or detergent that strips the natural oils.

5. The best way to clean and maintain your sofa is with proper furniture cleaners designed for the sofa material. Follow manufacturer instructions for the best results.

Find Your Perfect Sofa



Whether you want a place to kick back and lounge, or prefer a sophisticated centerpiece to host guests, furniture.com is here to help you find the sofa that best fits your needs. Search our curated collection of quality sofas to find your perfect fit.

F.A.Q.

What’s the best sofa for a small living room?

The answer depends on your living room size. So, before you buy a sofa, measure the room to know what you’re working with. Then, you'll have a better idea about your options. 


For a small living room, consider getting a loveseat. Two-seater sofas are typically 48 to 72 inches long, making them perfect for small spaces. Standard sofas and couches start at 70 inches in length, so you may be able to fit a small three-seater if your room allows it.


If you like to lounge, consider a small sectional with a separate ottoman or connected chaise. A bonus to sectionals is having more seating when guests come over. 

What are the different fabric options for a sofa?

The right sofa upholstery ties your living room design together, letting you express your style and personality. Sofas come in different fabrics, so choose upholstery that matches your needs. Consider these options:


Wool: Warm, durable, and moisture-resistant fabric that can be expensive and harder to clean once stains set in. 


Cotton: Lightweight and breathable fabric that’s perfect in warmer climates. It’s durable, budget-friendly, and comfortable but needs regular cleaning to avoid stains.


Polyester: Synthetic, affordable material that holds its color well and doesn’t typically wrinkle. It also resists most stains and is easy to clean. 


Leather: Luxurious, durable material that repels allergens and resists stains. It softens with use and needs conditioning to avoid cracking. 


Microfiber: A durable, polyester-blend fabric that’s easy to clean. While its static charge can attract lint and pet hair, the tight weave helps protect it from pet damage.  

Can you clean upholstered couch cushions?

Yes, but your first step is finding out if you should clean your couch on your own or call a professional to handle the job. Cleaning instructions vary by fabric and manufacturer, so double-check the cleaning tag attached to your couch for care instructions.


You’ll likely find the universal cleaning code under seat cushions on the platform. Check any tags attached to the couch if you can’t remove the cushions. If all else fails, check the furniture manufacturer’s website.


The tag will display one of the universal cleaning codes:


W: Water-based cleaners. You could use upholstery shampoo, mild detergent soap in water, or another water-based product.


S: Solvent-based cleaners. Liquid can damage the fabric, so use only dry-cleaner or upholstery solvents.  


S/W: You can use water-based or solvent-based cleaners.


X: Vacuuming only. Avoid household solvents and water, as this fabric is best cleaned by professionals. 


Before you start, test your cleaning products on a small, unnoticeable part of your couch to confirm that you won’t damage the cushions.