Today I am sharing beautiful velvet sofas in all price ranges. See the collection of velvet couches in all different colors with affordable options in several classic styles.
Recently I have fallen in love with classic style, sumptuous velvet couches. I am seeing more and more of them being used in decor. They evoke a timeless feel and while they are formal they can still work well with casual decor. I have always been a white couch type of girl (slipcovered at that, see ours here and the best picks for casual slipcovered couches here) but recently I am being drawn to richer tones in velvet fabrics.
I think I realized the appeal when our good friend Julie added this beautiful pale green sofa to her home (read her post here). She has the most beautiful house and her new sofa just fit in perfectly. I started noticing other beautiful velvet sofas, especially in pretty jewel toned fabrics.
Ironically, we already have a velvet sofa so I guess it isn’t s a surprise that I am drawn to them. I have this deep blue velvet couch in my office/loft area. I love it, and it’s actually very comfortable. It is even deep enough to be a bed when we need to use it as one in here. It’s one of my favorite pieces of furniture even though it does dictate that the entire color scheme of the room work around the blue. Since I love blue that isn’t a problem!
While I still love our white couches from Pottery Barn, and having a pair of them works perfectly for conversation, watching TV and for our immediate family as well as larger groups. However I have a bit of a design crush on velvet sofas right now so I thought I’d share my favorite picks today. Maybe one for our next house?! Here are some of the the ones I found that I love.
This sofa above is called a “modern chesterfield”, I love all the tufting. I do think it would need some pillows to make it a little more comfortable to lounge on though. It comes in quite a few colors, this blue/green would definitely make a statement in any space.
I could hardly pick the prettiest color to share when I was looking through the options for this gray velvet sofa above, the neutral greige is gorgeous, but also this french blue is completely stunning. I am not sure I could settle on a color, even the green (below) is beautiful. I love the classic lines of this sofa, it’s among my top pics.
Another beauty, this green couch (above) is among the highest priced of all the sofas but it is so, so beautiful. It only comes in a few colors but all are lovely. This would be a statement in any room.
This one above, the Graham Velvet sofa, is less than $1500 and I have to say, it has such a fun, quirky feel. I could have a ball decorating a room around this green color, it calls for fun vintage inspired decor along with it, I think? It has endless possibilities for those who like their decor to be a bit on the edge, but it also fits in the popular grand-millennial style that is popping up everywhere these days.
A toned down Chesterfield, this one above also comes in at less than $2000 with a nice color selection. I have been very pleased with all the furniture from the Home Decorator’s collection (now Home Depot) that I have had over the years.
This is a computer-generated image but the fabric on this sofa above is pink velvet (I’d order a swatch to be sure of the color and not trust the screen) but this sofa, of all of them, probably has the most options in both fabrics and customization. It isn’t the least expensive but it also isn’t the highest priced either. They have so many colors, I just picked the pink to show today but you can see all the colors and options here.
Pottery Barn is always a good bet for an investment piece like a couch, and they have several classic sofas available in velvet fabrics. This is the Carlisle, you can see the options here.
I also don’t think that the computer generated image of this sofa does it justice, it has beautifully classic lines and while it is at a higher price point ideally that would mean it is a nice quality piece. There are quite a few fabric options here.
I’ll end with this very budget friendly option which is less than $500, it is a great choice if you want the look of velvet without spending too much! Also, thought the one below is a bit more in cost, here is another option, this one reminds me of our blue velvet one.
These are all so pretty. Much as I’d love to be in the market for a new sofa we aren’t, but it is still fun to have ideas. Maybe someday?!