The Best Couches Under $1500

By: Sarah Beaumont

April 7, 2017

The West Elm Antwerp Sofa

We know what you’re thinking. The words “best” and “under $1500” don’t often go together when referring to what is arguably the most important piece of furniture in your house. But you heard us right. Not all great couches cost more than your monthly rent. From sectionals to sleepers, we scoured the web and found affordable sofas that have top style and top-notch reviews.

(Note: All listed furniture prices are subject to change at the discretion of the retailer.)

Paxson Futon, $319.99

via Target

$320 for a sofa? This must be a joke, right? Nope. Whether you’re moving into your first apartment or looking for an affordable couch for the den, the Paxson is your guy. With its refined mid-century look and those stylish tapered legs, it’s on trend and comfortable.

Bobkona Belinda Chaise Sectional, $690.99

An affordable and stylish sectional is hard to come by, but this one is structured, versatile, and has the power to pull a place together.

SoMa Brady Slope Arm Slipcovered Sleeper Sofa, $119-$699

Well-padded comfort is exactly what you want in a sleeper sofa, and this one does not disappoint. It pulls out effortlessly for overnight guests and is easy to dress up with throw pillows during the day.

Leon Wood Frame Sofa, $909

With its classic tailored body and soft upholstery, this piece feels both vintage and modern at the same time. Get it in neutral grey or a peppery red for a retro, desert vibe.

Sydney Sofa, $699-999

If you’re longing for less structure, then let the Sydney be the rounded, low-slung sofa of your dreams. In a soft, velvety upholstery, this piece takes its curvaceous shape from Italian mid-century designs.

Savile Grey Sofa, $1,199
The Best Couches Under $1500, Laurel & Wolf,

via CB2

Looking for something classic with a little edge? Look no further than the Savile Sofa by CB2. This luxe linen piece has the traditional button tufting of a chesterfield, but with a sleek, squared frame and steel legs that give it an ultra-modern twist.

Pratt Leather Sofa, $1,316

If a classic leather sofa is what you seek, then meet the Pratt. With thick cushions that encourage lounging and high-quality, durable leather, this is the kind of timeless piece that ages gracefully.

Avec Apartment Sofa with Brass Legs, $1,499
The Best Couches Under $1500, Laurel & Wolf,

via CB2

From its low, tufted back to its brass stiletto legs and jewel-toned velvet upholstery, this is a statement sofa in all the best ways.

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