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8 Must Have Sofas and the One You Should Never Buy!

Choosing a sofa can be a tricky business! Do you opt for comfort or style, or is it possible to find both? Here's my list of the best 10 sofas plus the one you should avoid!

1. Best for Affordable Style

The Jackson is a perfect mix of art deco charm and mid-century modern clean lines. Crafted from soft velvet fabric with a smooth texture, available in a choice of colours to fit in any home. High solid wood feet and additional scatter cushions for extra comfort. A must have for any boho or mid-century space!

2. Best for Awkward Entryways

This really is the sofa that keeps on giving! Easy to assemble and disassemble and with the option to swap out legs or arms as they wear, this sofa should last through years of Netflix nights!

3. Best for Snuggling

If you're looking for a sofa with extra squish that you can sink into like a cloud....look no further! With over 150 fabric options, you are sure to find your perfect finish! Plus all Loaf sofas are made in good old Blighty, so you can feel virtuous that you have supported home-grown industry while you park your bum!

4. Best for Value

A stunning modern take on the classic tub sofa style, the Eddie would make a welcome addition to any modern living space with its clean, contemporary styling and compact design, perfect for cosier spaces. Upholstered in a soft touch, Eco Velvet fabric in a choice of 3 colours.

5. Best for Iconic and Enduring Style

If you are looking for a sofa that will still look bang-on-trend in 10 years, this is the one for you! A Ligne Roset classic, Michel Ducaroy's Togo has been the ultimate in comfort and style for over forty years. A seat dreamt up especially for afternoon siestas or lazy evenings spent in the greatest of comfort, the Togo Lounge is a statement piece of furniture on its own as well as the perfect addition to a Togo sectional.

6. Best for Mid-Century Styling

A sleek silhouette with pulled detail cushions, upholstered in plush velvet – it oozes sophistication. The clean lines nod to mid-century design, and there’s plenty of room to snuggle up. Plus, there are plenty of colour and size options!

7. Best for Families

If you have a family, then a corner or chaise sofa is a great choice to fit everyone in. Even better, opt for a leather or faux leather finish for easy cleaning after mucky little mits have left their mark!

The One To Avoid!

West Elm’s budget Peggy sofa, is prone to lose buttons or outright collapse and seems to be built so much worse than West Elm’s other items. West Elm has pulled the entire Peggy line from its stores and online. Furthermore, it has extended the option for full refunds on, or replacements for, any defective Peggy line furniture customers may have.

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