A Roundup of my Favourite $500, $1000 and $2000 Sofas
As you all know by now, I absolutely love discovering new decor pieces especially now I’m focused on revamping my own living space. This spring, I spent a chunk of my free time looking for sofas that would fit my living room (and yes, I enjoyed every second). There were a few designs I loved and just couldn’t keep to myself.
So here I am, writing about sofas. Whether you’re looking to renovate or just moved into a new space and are wondering what type of sofa to buy, I hope to help you find a little something for your space.
To start out, decide the kind (or combination) of fabric you’d like to have. There are a number of options, from leather to wool and everything in between. I did some research and outlined some of the most common sofa fabrics used along with some FYIs on them. You’re welcome.
Leather is the most durable and suitable to high traffic areas and the more you use your leather sofa, the more attractive it gets.
Silk is most often used in top quality velvet sofas. If you’re looking to purchase a silk material sofa, note that it requires regular cleaning and you should not use it in high traffic areas as it may not be able to withstand wear and tear.
Synthetic material like nylon or polyester are durable and easy to clean. They’re great for high traffic areas.
Linen is made from the flax plant. I especially like the wrinkly texture it has. This material is great as a slipcover.
Wool is made from animal hair and most often blended with synthetic fibres for durability.
I’ll be sharing some sofas I found for a wide range of budgets, so whether you want to be more conservative or invest in a quality piece, here are sofas for $500, $1000 and $2000.