In between pasta recipes and dance challenges, TikTok has become officially obsessed with the Restoration Hardware Cloud Couch. It’s hashtag has racked up over five million views, and unlike skinny jeans, the couch is uniting multiple generations who all love its fluffiness.
The Restoration Hardware Cloud Couch will cost you about $10,000, though, and unless you’re Kerry Washington, Kylie or Kendall Jenner—who all own Cloud Couches, of course—you probably can’t drop that kind of money on any sofa.
Thankfully, TikTok is full of recommendations for Cloud Couch dupes. From almost-exact matches to even deeper, plusher options, here are the best Cloud Couch dupes to buy online.
TikTok has awarded the title of “best Cloud Couch dupe” to the Meridian Cloud Modular Sectional— and it does deserve the praise. The only difference between this and the Restoration Hardware couch is that this 105-inch sectional comes in a soft velvet material and colors like cream, black, grey, and navy.
Some argue it’s more comfortable, too, as the overstuffed down feather cushions stand at an impressive 35-inches—which all makes for a pretty compelling argument to hit “play next episode.”
Proof that you can turn your living room into a fluffy oasis without a Kylie Jenner budget: the IKEA HÄRLANDA sectional. Go big or small, and the deep pocket spring cushions are available in six neutral colors.
Another neat trick: the soft back cushions are movable, and you can adjust the level of support you need for nap time or snack time. You’ll have to spend a couple minutes assembling it before you can put your feet up—or use the money you saved to hire some helping hands.
Though CB2’s Cloud Couch dupe is an investment piece, it comes without a nightmare of a price tag. The feather down cushions come in a sateen that’s finished off in a slub texture—so, it’s elegant, but not fussy. We can’t get enough of the curved lines and sloping arms of FSC-certified poplar and eucalyptus frame.
Even better? The kiln-dried wood will prevent warping and the down-proof ticking will make for a couch that looks good and feels plusher with time. You can choose between ivory or black, or you can tailor your room’s mood with one of the eight custom fabrics.
If you care about comfort and environmental sustainability, Anthropologie’s Upcycled Wells Sofa checks both boxes with flair. The feather throw pillows give it an overflowing, “more is more” touch, and it’s made out of cotton-polyester upholstery sourced by sustainable textile laboratory The New Denim Project of Iris Textiles.
This means the all-natural fibers are free from synthetics, chemicals, and dyes, and you can feel good about bringing the 75 or 90-inch couch into your home.
Article refers to this overstuffed couch as a “generous serving,” and what more could you ask for? The 95-inch couch keeps a low-profile, giving you depth without sacrificing wall space.
It’s the best of both worlds with a tight foam seat and loose foam-and-feather throw pillows in quartz white, mist gray, or aurora blue. That makes it great for the apartment dweller who wants a cloud but needs a bit of support. New workspace, anyone?
TikTok says Bob’s Dream Modular Sectional is another almost-exact dupe—just consider it the "party people" version. Because at 174-inches long, this sofa can comfortably fit up to eight people.
It’s covered in a cozy jersey knit-like fabric, and the “Bob-O-Pedic” cushions are made of memory foam that forms your body. Dress it up with textured throws—and good luck getting up.
Whether your home has a beach cottage, rustic, or natural look, the West Elm Shelter Silpcover Sofa will bring polish and deep-seated comfort for years to come. All of the solid oak wood in this 84-inch couch is kiln-dried, and the machine washable slipcovers come in six fabrics—from yarn-dyed linen to performance velvet.
This sofa is pretty much guaranteed to fit your living room and your lifestyle. And if you spill your wine, just flip the reversible cushions.
HGTV Star and designer Leanne Ford wrote the book—and starred in the show—on texture-rich, bright and airy home. So, of course, she brought those welcoming vibes to the Ever Slipcovered Sofa in her first collection at Crate and Barrel.
The 89-inch couch floats a pillow seat on a broad bench backed with settle-in cushions, and it’s both beautiful and relaxed. The fabric is machine-washable and stain-repellent, and the pillows look new again after a quick fluff and a brush over what Ford calls the couch’s “comfort wrinkles.”