A is a living room essential—bonus points if it's chic enough to show off when hosting. Where else are you going to watch reality TV with friends, cartoons with kids, and Netflix and chill with a date? But if you reside in a small space, then a roomy sectional is out of the question. Luckily, stylish, cozy sofas exist. If you're looking for one that won't take up your entire home (but will make it feel like one), you'll find something suitable in our wish list of 15 sofas for small spaces below. With varying styles and prices, everyone will land on the right piece for their entryway, bedroom, , or . Happy sofa hunting!
At just 63 inches wide, this vintage black leather-and-chrome couch is small but mighty in both style and comfort.
Okay, this blush mohair channeled sofa is going to make somebody very happy. It takes up a bit more space than the other sofas on our wish list, but it doesn't look bulky at all, thanks to its clean lines and sleek silhouette.
Serena & Lily ($3998)
Casual, super cozy, and perfectly balanced in design, this two-seater is ideal for studio apartments or tiny TV rooms. It feels spacious, but it won't take up too much room.
Jonathan Adler ($3950)
When you want a couch but simply don't have room, opt for a stylish settee like this one. It's also a great option for the foot of the bed or to show off that luxe ash gray upholstery in the foyer.
Robert Perry ($3250)
Here's a kelly-green sleeper sofa that will always make a statement without taking up too much surface area.
As described by the designer, "the design reinterprets the characteristic elements of the" beetle by hard and sleek on the outside and soft and warm on the inside. We imagine in the entry or in a bedroom.
McGee & Co. ($2810)
The backless design makes this daybed a super-easy piece to add to pretty much any room and looks great against a wall, foot of the bed, or floating in the middle of the living room.
Poul Cadovius ($3650)
Sitting on a modular steel frame, this Danish midcentury-modern two-seater is ideal for anyone looking for something grown-up yet liveable.
Cobbe Hill ($1995)
With loose back cushions, a deep seat, slim arms, and exposed wooden legs, this navy blue sofa is super versatile and timeless so you can bring it with you even when you outgrow your small space.
This plaid midcentury piece is a huge space-saver, not only because it's small, but also because it comes with a pull-out side table.
It's no secret that IKEA is the go-to source when it comes to finding affordable furniture. And this sofa is no exception. The classic, simple design ensures that it'll fit in with just about any environment.
Selamat Designs ($745)
Reminiscent of an English garden pavilion and featuring red leather-wrapped rattan joints, this sofa is dressy enough to put on display in the living room with guests but comfortable enough to make yourself at home while lounging around.
Project 62 ($315)
Angular, sleek, and minimal, this straight-backed sofa boasts an effortlessly elegant vibe. Use it as an accent piece in the foyer or use it as a sofa in a tight living room.
West Elm ($1400)
This sofa features a great neutral brown hue and a slim silhouette. And that channel-tufted leather back adds a perfect touch of personality.
Coming Soon NYC ($3500)
Upholstered in deep emerald green velvet fabric, this tubular chrome loveseat is a serious stunner. Not only is it striking visually, but it also feels super spacious and comfortable.
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