Choosing the right sofa is no easy feat. For one of the biggest furniture investments you'll probably make in your home, you want to make sure that your sofa will stand the test of time (and guests, pets, or children), both physically and financially. The one you choose needs to be well-constructed, durable, and classic. And then there are style considerations: Do you prefer velvet, fabric, or leather? Do you like tuxedo or chesterfield styles?
To make the hunt for the perfect comfy sofa a little easier, we rounded up a few of our favorite options in all shapes, styles, and prices. Whether you're planning to shell out several hundred dollars or a few thousand, we have the sofa for you. These couches come in all sizes, no matter whether you live in a small apartment or a sprawling house. So look no further, as these are the best couches on our radar—get ready to Netflix and chill.
You'll be hard-pressed to find a more versatile sofa at a better price with this tufted velvet couch from West Elm.
A teal velvet sofa under $1,000? Yes, please. This tufted sofa is the perfect apartment-size couch.
We like the way the birch trim gives this loveseat a Scandinavian vibe. Add some furry pillows and you've got Danish and Norwegian for maximum coziness (aka hygge) for days.
This is the chicest three-seater sofa we've seen in a long time. The double seat cushion makes it unique; so does the upscale tweed fabric.
Want to hop on the channel tufting trend? Try this compact teal sofa from that small space living expert Kyle Schuneman designed for APT2B.
A chic curved velvet sofa that's regularly priced under $1,300? Sign us up.
Ross Cassidy of Million Dollar Decorators says Japanese bookbinding inspired this timeless original design that's remarkably reasonable in price.
You'd never guess that this ultra-modern sofa is under $1500. Give your living room an artful contemporary edge with this statement piece.
Calling all homebodies: This luxurious textured sofa is the ultimate lounger.
We love rolled side pillows and long tufted seat cushion on this stylish blue velvet sofa from Article.
This customizable sofa comes in a dizzying array of fabrics: Think velvet, Belgian linen, leather, and brushed cotton, and in even more colors. No matter what you select, you'll have a plush, classic sofa that's uniquely yours.
The argyle pattern on the back is just one of the distinctive features of this tuxedo-style leather sofa. Available in four shades, this apartment sofa will stand the test of time.
For an extra-long, extra-slim sofa at a reasonable price, look no further than this CB2 number.
This modern tuxedo sofa is everything your living room needs for ultimate comfort and style.
Channel tufting is the new hot upholstery trend. Get ahead of the curve with this CB2 saddle leather sofa.
With its luxe top-of-the-line buffalo leather that's weathered like a saddle, this grey sofa from CB2 with burnished brass legs will look handsome for years.
Want an extra-long sofa that's not too deep? Look no further than Blu Dot's Bloke sofa.
With its extra-thick side pillows, this plush sofa is the kind of place you could laze away an entire Sunday.
Restoration Hardware is well known for its superior quality sofas for a reason. Customize your Cloud by choosing the filling, and depth, then wrap it in a range of premium fabrics. This price tag is the non-member rate for a 6-foot Cloud Sofa with classic depth and a feather-wrapped core.
Some retailers let you customize your sofa to suit you by choosing from multiple available depths, lengths, fillings, and fabric options.
It's a rare sofa that can be this streamlined while making you feel like you've just sunk into a cotton ball. Also, it looks fantastic.
Suitable for small apartments and larger homes alike, this sleek leather sofa is an instant classic.
It takes several weeks to receive this curved custom leather sofa, but the stunning shade of blue leather and sweet rounded feet make it well worth the wait.
Calling all minimalists: This clean-lined sofa available in three leather colors will suit any modern space, but we're partial to oxblood since it hides Cabernet spills nicely.