10 Best Apartment Sofas and Small Sectionals to Cozy Up On
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If lounging is a favorite pastime, your small living room space doesn’t have to cramp your style. We’ve got 10 of the best couches for small spaces and best sectionals for small spaces that are stylish, compact and comfortable enough to cozy up on.
This contemporary sleeper is one of the best couches for small spaces. It’s available in a few color options and converts easily into a queen size mattress for guests — or movie Sundays. 80″ W x 32″ D x 30″ H, $1,600 and up at All Modern
This well made, three-piece sectional set consists of a corner piece, ottoman and armless chair that can be configured as you’d like. It’s one of the best small sectionals on the internet. The high density foam is long lasting and comfortable.
As shown, 66″ x 64″ W and 29″ H, $1,147 at Pottery Barn Teen
Small, stylish and affordable, the SÖDERHAMN armless sofa comes in four colors and other sizes and styles. Place a coordinating ottoman against the sofa to create a small lounge spot or use the ottoman as a makeshift coffee table. Want arms to rest your head on? Ikea’s got a version like that available too.
73″ W x 39″ D x 33″ H, $599 at Ikea
The Avec comes in at just 65 inches wide to work in the smallest of living rooms. The thin arms create more seating area space, while the raised mid-century modern-style legs create the illusion that this small apartment sofa floats. The tight-back style (no back pillows) is functional for spaces where a deeper sofa wouldn’t fit.
65″ W x 34.5″ D x 29.5″ H, $1,399 at CB2
The classic, understated styling of the Morpheus small sectional works in a traditional-style small living room or a modern, small apartment space. The 59-inch long chaise is the perfect spot to kick up your feet to chill or take a nap.
82″ W x 59″ D x 36″ H, $540 and up, at Wayfair
This mid-century modern sofa is another great couch for a small space. It’s really iconic and will be the focal point of a small living room. It’s built to last, made in the United States and comes in a variety of sizes and fabrics.76″ W x 36″ D x 32″ H, $1,799 at Crate and Barrel
West Elm offers six modular pieces that can create a sofa or sectional in any size and style you’d like. An armless piece beside a chaise piece creates a cozy 87-inch sectional, so while it’s on the larger end of small pieces, it’s still functional in a tiny space.
Sizes vary, $999 – $3,999 at West Elm
A sleek, modern and armless sofa that’s a hybrid between a futon and a sofa, the Deco quickly converts into a queen sleeper. It’s one of our favorite couches for small spaces. There’s a storage sling under the seat that can hold sheets, pillows and other bedding.
79″ W x 38″ D x 25″ H, $1,199 at Room and Board
This understated, modern sofa bed has a fold-flat back that converts the small apartment sofa into a queen size bed.
71″ W x 41.5″ D x 33.5″ H, $900 at Cost Plus World Market
Last but not least is this luxurious small apartment sofa. Restoration Hardware makes this hand-crafted sofa that features a solid wood frame. There’s also an option to add feather inserts in the seats and backs, as well as several leathers and high-end fabrics. The best part of the Maxwell is its size options: three depths (from petite to deep) and sizes from 5 feet up to 10 feet.
60″ W x 37″ D x 30″ or 34″ H in the leather shown, $3,895 and up at Restoration Hardware
The bottom line
It truly is possible to have a sectional or sleeper sofa, even if you live in a small apartment. You can also find these sofas in a variety of price points to suit whatever you’re looking for. There are so many couches for small spaces!