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Whether you call it a sofa, a couch, or a davenport (you must be a grandma!), there's no denying that nothing pulls a room together like a cozy, comfy couch. This list of sofa brands includes the most reliable models available, so you can sofa shop with confidence. The best couch brands and sofa brands include those from major manufacturers of including B&B Italia, La-Z-Boy, Blue Dot, and more. These are high quality furniture brands, voted on by consumers like you, so you know these couch brands won't let you down. If you're furniture shopping, make sure to also check out the best recliner brands and mattress brands.The most popular sofas and the best couches have these things in common: they are comfortable, durable, and high quality. The best sofas (and loveseats) are reclinable. Other popular sofa companies make hide-a-beds, which means there is a bed underneath the couch cushions. There are special couches that are best for bad backs known as ortho sofas. If you're looking for a specialty sofa, it is best to research online first. Couches tend to be expensive because they are often made from Italian leather and other expensive fabrics so it is important to shop around to find the best value. This list also includes the highest rated sofa brands based on customer reviews. What are the best sofa brands? When it comes to quality sofa brands, the good quality furniture brands on this list will give you the comfort you and your family demand. Users looking for a new sofa will want to research a variety of different brands to find the one that best suits their needs, based on the item quality and design.


Molly - November 4, 2015 - 9:36 PM Hi Laurel, I first would like to say how much I’ve enjoyed your website and thankful I found a honest opinion! I am currently searching to find a comfortable lounge sofa for my living room. Right now I have a leather sectional in my L shaped living room. I was never a huge fan of leather, but I figured it was the best option as I have a large dog who tends to shed! It was a higher priced sectional and looks brand new after 5 years but I’ve decided to go back to a fabric sofa as I find more comfortable. I’ve been looking at 3 sofas in particular and would love to get your opinion on the quality of them. I want a sofa that will be in style and will last for our everyday busy use! The first sofa I’ve been interested in is the PB comfort roll arm from pottery barn. The second is the Lounge sofa from crate and barrel as well as the Verano sofa. All of these couches are quite deep, as it is going into our family room where we spend our time. As well, the PB and Lounge sofa have slip covers, which intrigues me! Any advice would be greatly appreciated!ReplyCancel


Hi Laurel, I first would like to say how much I’ve enjoyed your website and thankful I found a honest opinion! I am currently searching to find a comfortable lounge sofa for my living room. Right now I have a leather sectional in my L shaped living room. I was never a huge fan of leather, but I figured it was the best option as I have a large dog who tends to shed! It was a higher priced sectional and looks brand new after 5 years but I’ve decided to go back to a fabric sofa as I find more comfortable. I’ve been looking at 3 sofas in particular and would love to get your opinion on the quality of them. I want a sofa that will be in style and will last for our everyday busy use! The first sofa I’ve been interested in is the PB comfort roll arm from pottery barn. The second is the Lounge sofa from crate and barrel as well as the Verano sofa. All of these couches are quite deep, as it is going into our family room where we spend our time. As well, the PB and Lounge sofa have slip covers, which intrigues me! Any advice would be greatly appreciated!ReplyCancel


Design Dilemma 2016 Best Sofa Brands motherjulesJanuary 10, 2016 I am in the market for two new sofas for my family room. Would like to catch some of the January sales, so time is of the essence. I live in Oklahoma, so have some limitations on availability of items on hand to see/touch/sit on, but can always drive to Dallas. I've been considering both Ethan Allan and Mitchell Gold, but have read several reviews online and on Houzz detailing poor quality. May also consider Wesley Hall, as a local designer uses their line. My biggest concern is purchasing the best quality sofa for the money, as customer services issues, while still important, certain vary from store to store. I'm looking to spend max $5K per sofa, but would certainly like to find buys well under that. I feel sure about I'm looking for in design, upholstery and cushion construction. I just want to know who delivers on quality, durability and price. Thanks! Email Comment38Bookmark23Like7


2016 Best Sofa Brands motherjulesJanuary 10, 2016 I am in the market for two new sofas for my family room. Would like to catch some of the January sales, so time is of the essence. I live in Oklahoma, so have some limitations on availability of items on hand to see/touch/sit on, but can always drive to Dallas. I've been considering both Ethan Allan and Mitchell Gold, but have read several reviews online and on Houzz detailing poor quality. May also consider Wesley Hall, as a local designer uses their line. My biggest concern is purchasing the best quality sofa for the money, as customer services issues, while still important, certain vary from store to store. I'm looking to spend max $5K per sofa, but would certainly like to find buys well under that. I feel sure about I'm looking for in design, upholstery and cushion construction. I just want to know who delivers on quality, durability and price. Thanks! Email Comment38Bookmark23Like7


B Mills - November 28, 2016 - 4:40 PM Hi Laurel, Thank you for your excellent post on sofa selection! It’s very helpful in demystifying the choices. I’d like to know what are the best transitional sofa styles that bridge modern and classic design? I want to replace my Lawson rolled-arm sofa with something that will add a modern edge to my casual, transitional living area — but not look out of place. (I live in the Seattle area where a clean, modern aesthetic dominates and anything overly ‘classical’ can feel like grandma’s attic.) A modern track-arm sofa seem too boxy and ordinary while others feel too stuffy & formal. I’d love to hear your thoughts on what sofas styles to consider that might help bridge the gap. Thanks!ReplyCancel


Hi Laurel, Thank you for your excellent post on sofa selection! It’s very helpful in demystifying the choices. I’d like to know what are the best transitional sofa styles that bridge modern and classic design? I want to replace my Lawson rolled-arm sofa with something that will add a modern edge to my casual, transitional living area — but not look out of place. (I live in the Seattle area where a clean, modern aesthetic dominates and anything overly ‘classical’ can feel like grandma’s attic.) A modern track-arm sofa seem too boxy and ordinary while others feel too stuffy & formal. I’d love to hear your thoughts on what sofas styles to consider that might help bridge the gap. Thanks!ReplyCancel


I am in the market for two new sofas for my family room. Would like to catch some of the January sales, so time is of the essence. I live in Oklahoma, so have some limitations on availability of items on hand to see/touch/sit on, but can always drive to Dallas. I've been considering both Ethan Allan and Mitchell Gold, but have read several reviews online and on Houzz detailing poor quality. May also consider Wesley Hall, as a local designer uses their line. My biggest concern is purchasing the best quality sofa for the money, as customer services issues, while still important, certain vary from store to store. I'm looking to spend max $5K per sofa, but would certainly like to find buys well under that. I feel sure about I'm looking for in design, upholstery and cushion construction. I just want to know who delivers on quality, durability and price. Thanks!


Kathy K - February 18, 2017 - 2:16 PM Hi Laurel, I noticed that the Lee Industries versions of this piece (3278-XX sofa, apt sofa and loveseat) are consistently 42″ deep, varying only in terms of length. If customizing, can one adjust the depth without destroying the look? (36″ would be a better fit in our room.) I’d very much appreciate your thoughts. And would you be able to recommend a reputable dealer in Westchester County, NY? Thank you again for this incredible blog. I found you looking for sofa info, but have proceeded to read everything you’ve written since. For someone like me who’s outside of the design world, you’ve offered a fascinating glimpse into this mysterious and yet essential artform.

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