No matter the season, buying a new sofa should bring you comfort, joy, and a beautiful design. If you’re looking to upgrade your space this winter, we’ve curated some of the latest sofa trends and popular design ideas to help inspire your home with luxury and style!
Space Saving Sofas
One of our favourite sofa trends this winter is the use of small-scale pieces. Incorporate a pair of loveseats instead of over-sized pieces or sectionals to provide balance to a compact living room. As a bonus, you can get extra cozy with your family this winter when you cuddle up on your new couch.
Deep Jewel Tones
Another sofa trend we can’t get enough of is the use of bold, rich jewel tones like deep purples, emerald greens, and teal or sapphire. Jewel tones make for the perfect accent or focal point no matter your space’s style. Opting for a sofa in a jewel-tone shade adds a pop of colour and brightens up any room in the cold, dark winter.
Stay warm and cozy this winter with a velvet sofa while adding a touch of elegance and opulence to your living room. A velvet sofa provides both comfort and luxury. This extra cozy fabric tends to look it’s best in saturated shades like a deep blue. Bonus tip: add an ombre side table in a matching shade of blue for that extra wow-factor.
Convertible sofas have come a long way from the big clunky pieces they used to be. Now you can find convertible sofas that are visually stunning and easy to use. Opt for a sleek futon-style sofa or even one with extra storage. These pull out couches are perfect for hosting guests even when you don’t have a designated guest room. Plus, on those winter days when it’s just too cold to go outside, use your convertible couch to host a movie night with the whole family.
Winter doesn’t have to be bleak with these six sofa trends. Whether you choose to cuddle up on smaller sofas, add a pop of colour with a rich jewel tone, or go for luxury using velvet, these sofa trends are sure to inspire you and warm up any space! For more decor tips and trends, don’t forget to visit the Falconcrest Homes blog.