Best sofas 2020: 8 trending styles for your living room
Invest in a new sofa for your living room in an on-trend style for right now.
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Style up your living room with a sofa that is functional as well as on trend.
Here’s an edit of eight of the best sofas that we’re loving right now to suit different spaces and interior looks.
Mix a classic style of sofa such as a Chesterfield design with a contemporary finish. Take inspiration from the Midsummer sofa from Sofology and opt for a rich velvet shade that’ll look luxurious all year round. This type of sofa is effortlessly grand and will luxe up any plain or neutral space. Amp up the glamour by accessorising it with gold print cushions and a thick knit throw.
Curvaceous sofas are a big hit for 2020! Forget boxy lines and streamline designs – the less definition, the better! We’ve pinned these types of sofa as ‘cloud-effect’ because they mimic the softness and curvature of clouds. This type of sofa would suit a contemporary space that is specifically focused on innovative designs.
Take inspiration from Mid-Century furniture and opt for a fuss-free design for your living room. If you’re the type of person who doesn’t want their sofa to dominate their space then this type of furniture might be perfect for you. Make a subtle statement by choosing a unique colour such as forest green or navy blue.
Read more: 6 ways to update your living room for autumn
A white or cream sofa that features black detailing is a style winner for this season. This type of design naturally feels very formal and would suit a put together and elevated space. Run with the monochrome theme throughout your living room and opt for black wood furniture and off-white walls to make the details of the room truly pop.
Sofas with decorative metallic legs are no longer the hottest designs in town. Legless sofas are super on trend and the Pebble corner sofa from MY Furniture is the perfect example. Along the same lines as the cloud-inspired sofas, designs with no legs create a more relaxed and slouchy feel, which are ideal for cosying up on this autumn/winter.
A corner sofa is the height of comfort but it doesn’t have to look slouchy and informal if you don’t want it too. Take inspiration from Sofa.com with their Izzy corner sofa in late Highland tweed and implement some dark luxury into your space. A darker sofa is much easier to clean and you won’t have to worry as much about any potential stains or spillages.
Believe it or not, beige is one of the most popular schemes of the year with help from Dulux’s colour of the year, Brave Ground. Adorn a beige sofa with textured cushions and throws for added interest – don’t worry about incorporating colour too much, different textures and tones can create just as much of a statement.
Tan leather may feel totally retro however like most trends, this design characteristic has made its way back on top of interior lovers wish lists. Perfect for relaxed and boho-inspired spaces, a tan leather sofa looks great styled with jungle-themed cushions and throws.
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