A sofa in a bold color is striking. Since you will have it for awhile, choose a color you love!
This Lee Industries sofa in a neutral cotton fabric is extremely comfortable and the slipcover is kid-friendly. Pillows and accessories in bold colors can be easily changed.
I love the William Birch arms and the brass casters on this sofa. Classic, versatile and pretty.
Either you love Chesterfields or you don't. Even though they are traditional, they work well in a modern interior. (Oh, and I do love them, especially the button tufting on the seat back.)
The nailhead trim on the sofa arms adds loads of personality.
Could this sofa be any more beautiful? It seriously has me weak in the knees. It's something you would see in a très chic Parisian salon with striking architecture and herringbone floors.
The high arms on this sofa imply it's not conducive to napping. Instead, place this sofa in a living room where guests sip cocktails and wear their Sunday best!
It's no wonder that this sofa is the most popular of the Sarah Richardson line. Clean lined, comfortable and stylish, it would work in all but the most traditional of interiors.
This is my favorite sofa from the West Elm line. Affordable, it comes in two widths and there are a number of fabrics to choose from.
This diminutive, curvy tufted sofa has been a long-time love of mine. You may have seen it upholstered in a vibrant blue fabric (that's unfortunately now discontinued). I'm loving it in this light blue gray fabric called Sky.
Another slipcovered sofa, this time with two seat and back cushions which I tend to favor. This one is designed for comfort at 45" deep.
I love the gently-curved arms and the loose back cushions on this Belgian-inspired sofa.
Just love the long, lean, graceful lines of this sofa — but it's not for the budget-conscious.