You guys, slipcovered sofas are a thing and are here definitely here to stay! From Pottery Barn to Studio McGee, Restoration Hardware to Amber Interiors, World Market all the way back to Ikea, slipcovered sofas have captured a design look that appeals to the masses. Here are five sofas I have gathered that will bring that aesthetic to any room you might feature them in.
Pottery Barn's York Slope Sofa- this is the one I am pining after. I have been saving up for some time now and can't wait to add this to my home. The sloped lines and simple profile add an understated casual elegance to any space.
Image via Pottery Barn. Click here to see it.
World Market's Chandler Sofa- this is a new one out on the market! I finally got to try it out at our local store and it looks like a great option. It has that classic box arm look perfect from Farmhouse to Coastal.
Image via World Market. Click here to see it.
Crate and Barrel's Keely Sofa- if you are looking for a little more of a formal look, this sofa is perfect. The delicate curved arms and low profile would fit perfectly in a Traditional room that mixes metals with some snazzy prints.
Image via Crate & Barrel. Click here to see it.
Ikea's Farlov Sofa- this sofa brings together style and function on a budget! Ikea knew what they were doing when making this sofa. Its form is similar to many high end ones for a fraction of the price that features a deep seat and bench cushion.
Image via Ikea. Click here to see it.
McGee & Co's Everleigh Sofa- you knew this one was coming. If you funds and you love it, this is a statement piece. While demure in its stature, the scrolled arms and knife edge cushions elevate any room this sofa would be in. I love how Shae has paired it from classical to modern spaces, allowing it to set the stage for the overall design.
Image via McGee&Co. Click here to see it.
SO, is your appetite for a slipcovered sofa more now than before? I have been wanting one for years and am almost ready to pull the trigger! They add this casual understated elegance to any room, and the fact you can switch out the cover and color is perfect. Especially if you have design commitment issues like myself! =)
Until next time.