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The 50 Best Sofas Under $1,500

A spectacular sofa is a worthy home investment if ever there was one, but you don’t have to actually spend a zillion dollars to look like you did. Here, 50 fabulously chic options, all clocking in at $1,500 or less.  


Tailored and classic


There’s no such thing as overstuffed.

High Fashion Home ($1,349)

Instant heirloom.

France & Son ($1,099)

Perfectly pink and proper.

One Kings Lane ($1,295)

Slipper chair, meet sectional.

Ikea ($1,115)

All the spindle legs, please. 

Birch Lane ($925)

Nana-approved nail head.

Apt2B ($1,398)

Bourbon gimlet not included.

Target ($420)

For the love of camelback.

Jennifer Taylor ($1,338)


Relaxed and airy 

Country H2  

Stone tone linen for the win.

South Cone Home ($1,303)

Sweet seersucker in garden green.

Pier1 ($650)

Pattern for the shy.

Klaussner Furniture ($1,050)

When country goes French.

Baxton Studio ($1,277)

Or to the coast.

Huntington Industries ($1,099)

Shabby chic and catnap ready.

Joss & Main ($576)

Show your stripes.

Blink Home ($1,390)

Midcentury Modern

Clean lines and wood accents 

white couch large  

Mod and marvelous.

World Market ($1,199)

Dusty blue suits you.

France & Son ($959)

But navy is having a moment.

Article ($1300)

Well played, Urban Outfitters.

Urban Outfitters ($998)

When mustard works.

ABC Carpet & Home ($1,295)

Bond, Mrs. Bond.

Baxton Studio ($679)

A bright idea.

Joybird ($1,479)


Classic with a modern twist 

Contemp Hed  

Conservative up top, flashy on the bottom.

Interior Define ($1,300)

A sleek yet cozy sectional.

World Market ($700)

Cute as a button.

Society Social ($1,395)

Hip to be square.  

West Elm ($999)

Ruby red perfection.

Room & Board ($1,499)

Updated roll arms in the richest green.

Mercer41 ($723)

A chic neo-chesterfield.

Article ($1,199)


Minimalist and geometric 

Mod hed  

Orange you glad you didn’t pick a neutral?

CB2 ($1,300)

Cubism takes to the sofa.

West Elm ($1,099)

Not your average futon.

ABC Carpet & Home ($995)

Behold, the softening magic of pale pink.

Ikea ($549)

Crisp, clean and apartment-friendly.

CB2 ($800)

Thoroughly modern minty.

Crate & Barrel ($899)

Cloud 9.

Froy ($1,199)

Float on.

Interior Define ($1,100)

Minimal silhouette, maximal comfort.

Apt2B ($1,298)

Sleeper hit.

Wade Logan ($426)


Luxe and feminine 

Glam H2  

Shapely, indeed.

Froy ($1,099)

Gold legs + dusty rose. 

Roar + Rabbit for West Elm ($1,099)

Because you’ve always wanted a floral settee.

Tilton Fenwick for Target ($800)

Every glamour-puss needs a fainting couch.

One Kings Lane ($555)

Three cheers for subtle shimmer.

France & Son ($1,149)

Diamond stitching for the girl who wants everything.

House of Hampton ($900)

Black velvet, if you please.

Madison Home ($644)


Earthy and eclectic 

Boho hed  

Rosy dispositions only.

Bungalow Rose ($700)

Relax, would ya?  

Pier1 ($750)

Boho meets the beach.

Urban Outfitters ($898)