Are you about to invest in a sofa to elevate your space's aesthetic?


Learn how to choose them correctly.


SOFA STYLES

SOFA TYPES & SIZES

FABRIC & MATERIALS


sofa styles

First step on your sofa buying guide list is style. Tailored to tufted—every sofa style tells a unique story. Choose a look that reflects your home’s overall aesthetic or contrasts with your decor in a complementary way.

TRACK ARM SOFA

Clean, straight lines and squared angles create a tailored and contemporary look in any space. With no curves to take up extra room, a track arm sofa is a smart choice for small spaces.


ARMLESS SOFA

Maximize your small space's potential with this sleek and minimalist design. Whether utilized as a standalone piece or incorporated into a sectional arrangement, an armless sofa effortlessly complements the ambiance of a modern yet casual living room.

CURVED BACK SOFA

Bold, modern and trending now. Curved
back sofas
are a statement piece, so treat

it like one. Float it in the middle of the
room to show off its curves and soften a
room full of right angles.


LOW PROFILE SOFA

Just as comfy as they are cool. Sitting low
and ultra-loungeable, low profile sofas are
a modern style that creates an airy, casual
vibe and can make your room appear
taller. Good for grounding smaller spaces


ROLL ARM SOFA

Classic and always in style. Rolled
armrests soften a roll arm sofa’s lines for a
more graceful look that works with any
aesthetic, from modern to farmhouse. An
added plus– it makes for an extra-comfy
spot to rest your head.

PILLOW ARM SOFA

The epitome of cozy, laid-back style. A
pillow arm sofa lends a more casual vibe
with its plump cushions draped over each
armrest for optimal lounging, napping and
snuggling. Works great if you prefer a
more plush feel.

sofa types & sizes

Next, think about function. How will you be using your sofa—in a formal sitting room or for all-day loungingwith the fam? Comfort also comes into play. Do you want it to feel plush and cozy or firm and upright?

SMALL SOFA

A small sofa is the same silhouette as a
full-size sofa, but with less depth and
length to maximize the room in a smaller
space. The term “apartment sofa” is
another way we say “small sofa.”

SLEEPER SOFA

Sleeper sofas unfold to reveal a mattress,
perfect for overnight guests. Mattresses
may be foam or air-filled, and have
evolved to be much more comfortable
than they once were. Dress it up with
fitted sheets and a plush duvet.

BENCH SEAT SOFA

Characterized by one long, seamless
cushion running the length of the sofa.
Bench seat sofas are good for those wanting a
cleaner look. No cracks between cushions
means a more comfortable seat.

SECTIONAL SOFA

Sectional sofas are modular, multi-piece
sofas that can be arranged in a number of
configurations. A good option for large
family rooms and spaces where multiple
people (and pets!) gather to unwind.

best sofa fabrics & materials

The final step? Fabric. Not only does a sofa’s upholstery play a role in the appearance of your living room, itcontributes to function and comfort. Factors like texture and stain resistance should be top of mind.

SLIPCOVERED SOFA

A great way to change up the look of your
sofa in just a few zips. Slipcovered sofas are
machine-washable, making them easy to
love and easier to maintain. Great for
active households.

TWILL SOFA

Soft, casual and known for its
durability. A sofa upholstered with twill
fabric is made of tightly woven cotton
and cleans up beautifully, suiting active
families and busy households alike.

LEATHER SOFA

Elegant and easy for everyday living. Sofas
made from leather develop a beautiful
patina over time (and you never have to
worry about pilling). Choose between full-
grain or top-grain leather sofa styles.

VELVET SOFA

Softness you can sink into. Velvet is
made from a short, dense pile that looks
just as luxurious as it feels. Plus, it’s
surprisingly durable. Velvet sofas can
stand up to heavy usage and makes a
chic choice for most homes.