5 Stunning Sofas Under $2,000
Sofas: We love them, we need them, we spend exorbitant amounts of time sitting on them and watching Andy Cohen-produced programming. (Just us?) But turns out, we don’t have to spend a fortune on them, thanks to these five direct-to-consumer sofa brands, which offer gorgeous options at refreshingly reasonable price points.
Best if you want to customize: Interior Define
Want a sofa tailored to your living room that nobody else will have? This Chicago-based furniture brand boasts dozens of sofa silhouettes, 50-plus upholstery fabrics, 30-plus leg styles and even cushion shape and softness options. All delivered to your door in 8 to 12 weeks, and often for under $1,500.
Sofas from $1,000; interiordefine.com
Best if you’re on a budget: Article
If your taste swings Scandinavian and/or mid-century modern, this comprehensive home brand (it also offers decor, storage, tables, etc.) is just the ticket. The shopping experience is also extremely straightforward: Just scroll, select a sofa and pick your color. Many items are in stock and ready to ship in a few days.
Sofas from $699; article.com
Best if you have kids or pets: Campaign
Clean, airy and timeless, these Bay Area-designed couches come with lifetime warranty steel frames and hard-wearing yet attractive poly upholstery that’s fully removable (you can hand-wash or drop at the cleaner). Kind of major.
Sofas from $1,195; campaignliving.com
Best if you’ve got a small space: Burrow
Live in a walk-up? Have a narrow doorway? These modern sofas arrive in boxes, and can be assembled sans tools in ten minutes. They’re currently available in two arm heights, five stain-resistant upholstery colorways and several configurations—and even feature an integrated USB port—because your couch is also your desk (and OK also your guest room when your MIL comes to visit).
Sofas from $1,095; burrow.com
Best for faking a sky-high price tag: Maiden Home
Maiden Home, which launched last year, manufactures four luxe, classic sofa silhouettes, available in a ton of fabrics and finishes. (Leopard chenille upholstery with a washed oak frame, anyone?) Custom-manufactured by several family-owned factories in North Carolina, they’re basically the ultimate hack to a high-end designer sofa—for a fraction of the cost.
Sofas from $1,975; maidenhome.com