Corner sofas first made their way into our homes in the 1970s. British people up and down the country were embracing the concept of open-plan living and relaxing the style of their living rooms. Corner sofas are perfect for this as they allow you and your loved ones to relax in style and comfort. If you’re thinking of upgrading your interior, furniture experts James & Rose take a closer peek at seven stunning corner models guaranteed to have you in the revamping mood.
- Marvellous mustard
We’ll dive straight in at the deep end with this delicious mustard yellow. It doesn’t get more statement or bold than this colour, which is very on trend and shows no signs of slowing down in popularity. In your living room, this sofa will definitely be the talking point of all your friends and family.
- Modern beauty
In the Zara, style and practicality meet and work together perfectly. It’s bold, it’s beautiful and it’s incredible – isn’t that everything you want in a sofa? The strong lines of the seats and the armrests are the ultimate modern statement, but don’t worry because this creates the perfect contrast with the soft edges of cushions and throws which can be scattered for a warm and inviting effect.
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- Exquisite Italian
If you’re looking to add luxury to your living room then look no further. The matte wooden feet that raise the sofa off the ground are a small classic detail in a look that oozes contemporary style. Upholstered in stunning high quality leather with a traditional button cushion detail – the perfect finishing touches.
- The graceful Chesterfield
This design takes the classic Chesterfield that has been around for hundreds of years, and elevates it to brand new heights – quite literally. It’s taller than the original design, standing proudly on elegantly carved legs, but you can still sink into the incredibly comfortable cushions which are so deep that you won’t ever want to stand up again.
- The grand Chesterfield
We’ve seen a modern twist but now feast your eyes on the glorious design that is the Victoria. With the classic curved arms and deep buttoned detailing, this beauty will look right at home in any traditional interior. They say the classics never go out of style, and when it comes to the Chesterfield, they’d be absolutely right.
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- Contemporary curves
Now, we know what you’re thinking; corner sofas are meant to fit in corners, right? They’re angular and modern, but what if you could have something different? The Cristina puts a traditional twist – or curve – on the corner sofa you see most often. Rather than a right angle, it bends inwards at the centre for an incredibly elegant and spacious feel. Unique and dramatic – what more could you want?
- Rockin’ retro
If you like to incorporate a throwback into your interior, you can’t go wrong with this sofa. The Barbican from John Lewis looks like it was taken straight off the set of a beloved 70s TV show. A curved base, angular legs and delicate stitch detailing on the back, this gloriously simply design gives you an amazing level of comfort and support.
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