A good sofa should bring both comfort and style to your home. Velvet is a great choice if you want both comfort and style because it is luxuriously soft and has a timeless look. Perfect for when it’s time to cuddle up with your Netflix binge of choice, especially now the colder months are approaching. However, due to the luxurious look, it can be tricky to find pretty velvet sofas when you are on a budget. So, I have taken the hard work away and compiled a list of 6 beautiful velvet sofas that definitely won’t break the bank.
Sacha 2 seater sofa – Maisons du Monde – £432
Not only is this sofa beautiful, but it’s also eco-friendly. This label guarantees that the wood comes from a responsibly managed forest; by choosing this product, you are also helping forest preservation and biodiversity. How cool is that! I love this sofa’s plush texture which and rounded shape which is perfect for bringing your living room to life. With a metal base with an oak veneer, cushions with removable covers… You can be sure this 2-seater sofa will stand the test of time!
Other colours: Midnight Blue, Petrol blue and Mustard yellow.
Margot 2 seater sofa – Made.com – £399
Margot makes every day a little extra. Upholstered with soft-touch velvet, all you need to do is pick from the choice of subdued shades and relax. This gorgeous sofa features matching buttons , a quilted backrest, and copper accents on bold wooden legs. Slip Margot into any room for instant vintage appeal and old school vibes. This sofa is ideal for your living room as there’s plenty of space for you to cuddle up on.
Other colours: Antique gold, Forest green, Peacock blue, Pewter grey, Navy velvet, Spruce green and Pink velvet.
Melvin velvet sofa – Cult Furniture – £499
This chic Melvin 2 seater sofa in dark teal velvet will be the perfect addition to your modern home. Upholstered in a choice of bold colours, the Melvin sofa range also contains a cute armchair for you to find the perfect fit for your living room. With its minimalist aesthetic, ergonomic shape and gold-tipped tapered legs, this modern loveseat sofa will sure give your living area a clean and spacious look. The usual tufted buttons you’d find on a sofa back have been replaced for stitched vertical rows, this will make a classic statement in your lounge with mid-century inspired design. Pair this sofa with abstract cushions of your choice, framed wall art and gold lighting to transform your living room.
Other colours: Royal Blue, Antique Mustard and Dark grey.
Bronte wingback velvet sofa – Cult Furniture – £399
The Bronte compact sofa is opulently upholstered in mustard yellow velvet, a plush choice for the living room, bedroom or study. Contemporary with a touch of retro 1960s style, the Bronte sofa comes in a range of vibrant velvet shades to suit your chosen colour scheme and décor. This modern sofa showcases a high wing back design with subtle stitch detailing, gently reclined for maximum support and comfort. The sleek curved armrests and gold tipped legs will add a touch of glamour to your interior.
Other colours: Blossom pink, Charcoal grey, Forest green, Royal Blue and Onyx Black.
Senja velvet sofa bed – Beliani – £329.99
This sofa bed livens up every living room and goes with a variety of décor styles, whether glam, modern or mid-century. The diagonal stitch pattern on the back, as well as rubberwood legs in a dark walnut finish, gives the sofa a sleek Scandinavian look. Upholstered in soft velvet fabric in dark red, the sofa looks cosy and inviting. The thick, foam padded cushions will provide the utmost comfort. Thanks to the day bed function, it also works perfectly a guest bed or a place to take a well-earned nap.
Other colours: Grey, Black, Navy blue and Emerald green.
Kooper 2 – seater velvet sofa – made.com – £499
I believe that Kooper is one of the most unique velvet sofas on the market right now. Think classic style, but brought into the 21st Century. Kooper is all smooth curves, with velvet upholstery and brass legs making it a standout piece. The dramatically shaped backrest on this sofa is piped and padded – comfort and style, sorted. Simply add a throw and some patterned scatter cushion for the ultimate comfortable sofa.
Other colours: Blush pink, Vintage gold and Pine green.
So there you have it
Hopefully one of the velvet sofas above caught your eye. Personally, I love the unique shape of the Kooper sofa and the beautiful colour of the Melvin velvet sofa. Which sofa is your favourite? Let me know in the comments below. Happy Shopping!
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