Loveseats: 6 stylish and comfy chairs for two
With Valentine’s Day approaching, we’re in the mood for snuggling! Take a look at these stylish and comfortable loveseats.
Choosing the right seating for your living space can be tricky. If you’ve got room for an extra seat but can’t quite fit in another sofa, a loveseat is a stylish and comfy option. And, afterall, we are getting nearer to Valentine’s Day.
Here are some of our current favourites.
Cuscino loveseat, £1,400, Habitat
Sink in to the Cuscino loveseat from Habitat. Made in Italy, this gorgeous velvet snuggle chair combines luxurious design details with quality construction for everyday practical use. It’s available in 21 unique fabrics, so you’ll be able to find one to suit your home style.
The Bouji loveseat is one of Made’s most iconic designs, and for good reason! It comes in a standard armchair size but is also available in a larger loveseat, which is perfect for two people. It’s also on wheels, meaning that its easy to move around if you’re wanting to play around with your space.
Image: Cult Furniture
Uplift your space with a sense of Art Deco glamour with the Bonnie loveseat from Cult Furniture. It has a luxurious curved design which is an iconic shape of the 1920s. What’s more, it has stylish gold legs to elevate the look even more!
Famous for its comfortable design, the Souffle loveseat from Loaf is so soft and squdigy that you’ll never want to get up! There’s plenty of room for two to snuggle up and watch a movie – it’s also available in 7 different sizes, so it can be tailored to fit your space.
Fritha loveseat, £599, Swoon
The Fritha loveseat definitely has more of a structured design with its slightly winged back, making for easy access to your side table yett a super comfy seat that has a thick, foam-filled cushion.
Image: Oliver Bonas
One of the biggest trends this season is curved furniture and this Oliver Bonas loveseat will help you achieve an elegant, contemporary look. It comes in an unapologetic pink velvet that is sure to invigorate any space.
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