7 of the best sofas you can buy, according to our interiors expert

Susanne Norris
·2-min read
Photo credit: Oscar Wong - Getty Images
Photo credit: Oscar Wong - Getty Images

We all know that a sofa is one of the biggest investment pieces you can buy for your home. Choosing the right one can really transform your living room, so it pays to do your research before taking the plunge.

To help inspire you, we asked Good Housekeeping's Homes & Gardens Director Carolyn Bailey to reveal her best sofa recommendations for 2021.

Whether you're looking for a large corner sofa or a small two-seater, we can promise there's a sofa here for every home – no matter your style, budget or the size of your living space.

Here are the best sofas you can buy right now, according to an interiors expert...

Homes & Gardens Director Carolyn says: "This British made sofa looks both comfortable and elegant and its timeless shape means it won’t date."

Homes & Gardens Director Carolyn says: "I adore the informality of this sofa as it creates a casual and relaxed feel. I am also a huge fan of linen so its removable Belgian linen washable cover is a dream."

Homes & Gardens Director Carolyn says: "This super-cute design is perfect for small spaces this sofa will create a statement in a room. Why not try it in a bedroom or office?"

Homes & Gardens Director Carolyn says: "As I'm always on the lookout for compact solutions, this mid-century classic sofa with neat, compact arms caught my eye. Its high back ensures comfort."

Homes & Gardens Director Carolyn says: "‘The new ANYDAY range from John Lewis has furniture at rock bottom prices – this tailored, compact sofa with clean lines would work well in small spaces and would make a great addition an office or kitchen."

Homes & Gardens Director Carolyn says: "I love the contemporary style of this sofa. It would look great in both modern and traditional settings."

Homes & Gardens Director Carolyn says: "This sofa is the perfect choice for a super relaxing experience with its deep cushions and padded arms. The loose covers gives flexibility, allowing you can change the look each season - such as velvet for winter and linen for the warmer months."

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