4 Stylish Sofa Brands For Small Spaces

When space is limited, but your decorating imagination isn’t, finding a great sofa style that works in smaller rooms is the answer. Just because some of us don’t have huge living rooms doesn’t mean that we have to sacrifice style and comfort. With so many manufacturers offering futons as the only seating choice for tight spaces, it is refreshing to find a few companies that make real sofas with smaller dimensions that look fabulous.

Stylish, Elegant And Small With All The Features Of  A Larger Model

This cute little number is part of The Coco Collection by a company called Moshya Home Furnishings. Not only is the shade a great neutral color that can go with many different tastes in accessories and themes, it has the type of shape that remains in style year after year.

One of the reasons that we as furniture shoppers look for smaller sizes is because we no longer just use them in the main living room of our homes. Although many folks do have tiny living rooms, smaller sofas are perfect for dens, offices and even in a bedroom to add pure luxury to the decor.

The seating piece featured here has a unique design concept that people will either love or hate; the piece is really two sections placed together to form a couch. View the center portion without a coffee table in front of it .

Cons: Depending on your taste, the loose back cushion design may or not be suitable for you. Although it is a sofa, I would say that technically it is two cleverly designed chairs pushed together.

Pros: It is small enough during shipment/ delivery to fit up narrow stairways, into attics, basements, dorms or lofts and around tight corners. It isn’t expensive ( it costs less than $500) and  has stylish features like solid wood legs, tuxedo arms with welt trim and coil cushions for support.


Textured Upholstery Makes This Model Look More Expensive Than It Is

The Angel apartment-sized sofa by SoFab has a lovely name and an equally lovely presence for a design that is smaller in scale. The Angel comes upholstered in three different colors; Pewter, Green and Chocolate, which you can see below.

The large photo here is the green version. Although this sofa has a casual airy vibe, it is elegant at the same time. The textured upholstery makes it look like it came from an expensive furniture store, not ordered online and assembled yourself.

This kind of seating design has a lot of decorating possibilities; especially for people who love tone-on-tone combinations, neutral decor and creating peaceful, Zen-like environments.

The Angel sofa would look just at home in a sunny Florida condo living room as it would in a den in Maine or bedroom in Texas.

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Cons: Neutrals like chocolate of green need to be chosen carefully; especially for home decorators that love switching accessories out every time a new season rolls around.

Pros: This sofa comes with sumptuous, vacuum-packed cushions that expand upon unpacking into supportive, quality seating. The most positive pro is the expensive look you get for your money.

A Contemporary Compact Sectional  With Chaise That Has Clean Lines

Sometimes, adding fashionable style to really small spaces works a better using furniture items that have clean lines and a no-frills appearance. Budget-friendly seating that combines a sectional chaise area for relaxing means that having tight room dimensions doesn’t have to forfeit comfort.

If you are a fan of dark upholstery and built-in chaise features, this sectional by Furniture4you is one to consider. It comes upholstered in black microfiber fabric with a chaise section that can be placed either on the right or on the left. It also includes the ottoman with purchase. See the measurements here.

Cons: The first con that comes to my mind is the possibility of high maintenance lint removal on a regular basis. However, there are many people that love dark shades of microfiber and are willing to do whatever it takes to have the dramatic style that a black sectional would create in a small room.

Pros: The manufacturer offers an ottoman as part of the package which creates yet another way to stretch out and relax in a smaller room. The ottoman appears to be a dark brown faux leather fabric which may or may not be a plus for you as far as color match, but can be more durable/ practical for resisting lint or soil and  stains from shoes or socks.

Sleek And Dramatic Style For The Decorator Who Dares To Be Different

Although there is a lot to be said for choosing shades in the neutral beige/tan/ cream ranges, there are many beautiful decorating benefits for picking unusual shades of upholstery. A sectional sofa can’t help but become one of the largest focal points in our living rooms.

Gray seating pieces are not for everyone, but this out-of-the-ordinary shade allows for some sophisticated ambiance and is considered a neutral by many decorators. Adding splashes of color like red or purple throw pillows can transform the coolness of this style into one of major decorating drama. Black, white or pink accessories would add a unique flavor to the room. At only 54 inches long, the Lucas by AC Pacific is a great option for small rooms.

Cons:  There are no customer reviews at the time of this post.

Pros: The Lucas comes with a reinforced hardwood frame design, corner blocking for toughness,  a chaise that can be positioned left or right, and comes with two decorative pillows.