Decor & Styling

The Best Sofas for Small Spaces

The Best Sofas for Small Spaces  #theeverygirl

There's nothing more adult than buying a couch of your very own, in my opinion. However, most "starter" homes and apartments won't fit the giant, plush sectional of your dreams just yet. If you still want a place to lounge and entertain, you have to find a sofa that works for the space. But don't let a small living room get you down! Here are some amazing options for kicking back in a small spaces. 

Classic 

If you're going for a classic, toned-down look, we recommended a simple, squishy sofa or loveseat in neutral colors. 


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Bliss Down-Filled Sofa, West Elm 


Ektorp Loveseat, IKEA

 

Prints and Patterns

Even small sofas can be a focal point of your living room and can set the tone for the rest of the decor, especially when covered in a fun pattern. 


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Black Kantha Loveseat, Jennifer Taylor 


Jack Loveseat, Schoolhouse Electric 

 

Elegant 

Add a glamorous touch to your living space with a small velvet sofa, which look great in vivid jewel tones. 


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Anna Velvet Sofa, One Kings Lane 


Plum & Bow Annette Sofa, Urban Outfitters

 

Settee

Usually featuring a higher back and arms, a settee is a great way to fill an extra-small space with sophisticated seating. Nailheads can add extra texture. 


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Grey Linen Settee, Overstock


Plum & Bow Tufted Settee, Urban Outfitters 

Mixed Media

Mixing wood, leather, and other materials can give your living space a more layered, eclectic look. 


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Cavett Loveseat, Crate & Barrel


Arch Duke Loveseat, All Modern

 

Armless

If you are really tight on space, an armless sofa is a great way to conserve space and allows more room for side tables, lamps, etc. 


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Cielo Loveseat, CB2


Maggie Armless Loveseat, Gilt

 

Which style fits best with your space? Would you take a risk with a fun pattern or stick to neutral tones?

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Liza Rollins #theeverygirl

Liza Rollins

Living Editor