Sofas under $1000

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Modern Sofa
Modern Sofa
$950.00
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Beachfront Marine Sofa
Beachfront Marine Sofa
$649.99
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Accington Granite Sofa
Accington Granite Sofa
$892.00
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Abney Sofa with Chaise
Abney Sofa with Chaise
$998.00
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Nalia Gray Sofa
Nalia Gray Sofa
$399.99
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Euro Loveseat Futon
Euro Loveseat Futon
$179.99
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Gavin Gray Sofa Bed
Gavin Gray Sofa Bed
$899.99
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Altari Sofa
Altari Sofa
$586.00
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Relay Sofa
Relay Sofa
$799.00
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Bolsena Leather Sofa
Bolsena Leather Sofa
$938.00
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Villa Cream Sofa
Villa Cream Sofa
$599.99
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Seaside Brown Sofa
Seaside Brown Sofa
$599.99
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Arcola - Java - Sofa
Arcola - Java - Sofa
$350.00$490.00
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Sofa
Sofa
$999.99
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F.A.Q.

How Long Should a Couch Under $1,000 Last? 

People often worry that more affordable couches have short lifespans, but that's not always true. Couches under $1,000 can last seven to 15 years with proper care.


Regular cleaning and maintenance will extend the life of your couch. Vacuum your couch at least once weekly to remove dust, pet hair, and late-night snack crumbs. Lift the cushions each time to vacuum all the nooks and crevices. This simple task will keep your couch clean and fresh for many years. 


Protect your couch by spot-treating spills and stains immediately with an appropriate cleaner. For example, you can remove stains from leather furniture with mild dish soap or a special leather cleaner. If you have upholstered furniture, consider using a portable carpet cleaner for easy stain removal. 


Finally, rotate and flip the cushions every two to four weeks. This step prevents uneven wear and tear, which can lead to sagging and shorten the life of your couch. 

How Can You Tell if a Couch Is High-Quality? 

Understanding how to assess furniture quality will help you find the best couch under $1,000. Here are a few factors to consider. 


For fabric sofas, start by researching the rub count. This figure estimates the number of times a fabric can get rubbed before showing signs of wear. Look for a couch with a 20,000 rub count or higher for maximum durability. 


The type of fill also affects a couch's quality. Many couches under $1,000 have comfortable, low-maintenance foam cushions. Choose a couch with high-density foam cushions for greater comfort and longevity. High-quality couches may also have a combination of foam and fiber. 


Pay attention to the couch's frame. High-quality couches have solid wood, plywood, or steel frames. These materials are tough enough to endure daily use and maintain support. Avoid couches made with cheap particle board or plastic frames. 


Customer reviews can also provide insights into a couch's quality. Read feedback carefully and note concerns that appear in multiple reviews. For example, if multiple reviewers rave about a couch's comfortable cushions, you can assume that it has high-quality filling. 

What Is a Good Budget for a Couch? 

A good budget for a couch depends on your personal finances and the type of furniture you're looking for. 

You can find many decent couches for $300 to $1,000. Economically priced couches come in a broad range of styles and materials. For example, you can choose a contemporary fabric sofa with button-tufted back cushions, or you could pick a cozy leather sofa with reclining seats. However, couches at this price point may have limited colors and features. 


The cost of mid-range sofas and sectionals ranges from $1,000 to $1,500. These couches typically have higher-quality seat cushions and frames than less expensive options. Budget shoppers may be able to find mid-range sofas for low-end prices during sales. 


Finally, high-end and luxury sofas range from $1,500 to $10,000 and above. These furniture pieces have high-quality materials, such as webbed suspension. Some manufacturers also offer customization options and extended warranties.