Cosy Sofas

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After a hard day’s work, all you want to do is sink into a comfy, cosy sofa – especially when it’s chilly outside. There’s really nothing better than putting your feet up with a big bar of chocolate, a glass of chilled chardonnay and a gossip magazine… well, that’s how I like to spend my Friday nights, anyway!

However, if your sofa is hard or the cushions thin and not very cushion-y, putting your feet up is just a bit of a let-down. If this sounds like the situation you’re in, it might be time to invest in a new comfy, cosy sofa!

brunel sofaBrunel Range by SofaSofa 

Choosing Your Cosy Sofa

Choosing the right sofa all depends on exactly the level of comfort you’re after. Although leather sofas can be a bit sticky in warmer weather, if you choose a genuine leather sofa, the cushions will be super soft and comfy – perfect for resting tired legs.

We think one of the cosiest sofa choices is a material sofa with removable back cushions, rather than fixed back cushions as you’ll basically be reclining on pillows – all you need is a duvet and you’ll be in relaxation heaven!

cosy domino sofa

 

Domino Modular Range by SofaSofa

Cosy Sofa Styles

Choosing a cosy sofa doesn’t mean you have to compromise on style. In fact, some of the cosiest sofas are also some of the most stylish. Jumbo cord sofas are bang on trend at the moment and with good reason – they add a contemporary designer feel to any room and with a comfort factor that is just about second to none.

barolo cosy sofa

 

Barolo Range from SofaSofa

Making Your Sofa Extra Cosy

If your sofa isn’t particularly comfy and you don’t have the budget for a brand new one, there are still plenty of things you can do to make it cosier. Sheepskin throws, extra-large cushions (covered in a soft fabric like faux fur) and chenille blankets will all make your sofa feel extra-cosy – and luxurious, too.

If your sofa covers are ripped, or are just a little bit rough, you could always re-upholster them in a soft brushed cotton or linen. If your budget doesn’t quite stretch to re-upholstering, not to worry – just buy a few cheap throws and tuck them in around the sofa cushions.

Don’t forget to make the rest of the room extra cosy too! Move the sofa a little closer to the fire, add low level mood lighting and introduce warm colours, like oxblood, aubergine and indigo to make the room feel warmer. Combined with a soft and squishy sofa, you’ll really be able to kick back and relax in style.

Posted in Contemporary Sofas, Fabric, Interior Design, Sofas, Uncategorized on 21st Jul 2014

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