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The best places to buy a sofa

Posted: 15 Sep 2016

Category: Interior Design

Hashtags: #Affordable Home   #New Home   #Interior Design   

A definitive list to the best sofas for first time buyers

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Furnishing a new flat can be time consuming and difficult. In particular, a new sofa can make or break the look and feel of a space. With such a plethora of sofa retailers, styles and prices, where do you begin?

 

made.com 

If you want to avoid the high street and shop from the comfort of your own home, then made.com is a great place to do it. The brand is uncompromising on quality and retails designs straight from the manufacturers. Made.com is also dedicated to bringing designs to you at discounted prices of up to 70%.

 

Muji 

If minimal design and clean lines are your thing, then look no further than Muji. Muji is a fantastic Japanese brand that cares about its products. It takes time to source the right materials and packaging, and ensures that all designs are utilitarian. Plus, Muji has some great affordable sofas.

 

Etsy 

You may have already come across Etsy. It’s a fantastic marketplace where people around the world connect to buy and sell unique handmade goods directly from a manufacturer. The prices are pretty impressive too.

 

IKEA 

Ok, we put our hands up. This was an easy suggestion. However, we stand by it. The Swedes know how to produce beautiful minimal designs that don’t cost the earth. Plus, you have the added value of choosing between hundreds of designs and colours.

 

Sofa Workshop 

Sofa Workshop has a surprisingly large number of stores dotted around the UK. Helpful, as it’s important to test your new sofa before purchasing. How else will it see you through Game of Thrones marathons, World Cup finals and the Eastenders omnibus?

 

Loaf  

If you’re looking for a sofa with heritage then look no further. Loaf sources products from independent, family-run businesses. The retailer is also renowned for its fuss-free delivery, assembly service and excellent customer service.

 

Sofa.com 

If you’re looking for a great investment, then head straight to sofa.com. The brand truly is an expert in the field. Sofa.com ensures that you have the best quality to relax upon. The website includes tough beechwood frames, high-quality duck feathered cushions and quality fabrics including the best pure cottons, linens and velvets from the continent.

 

Amazon 

If you’re looking for variety, then Amazon is the place for you. Amazon stocks a plethora of different colours, designs, fabrics, styles and sizes, making it guaranteed to suit every taste and budget.

 

Nabru 

If budget is at the forefront of your mind, then Nabru is our recommended option. Nabru specialises in selling simple, affordable, self-assemble sofas. The beauty of a self-assemble sofa is that you can get it delivered to any location and it will fit through narrow doorframes.

 

Barker and Stonehouse 

Founded during the Second World War, and celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, this furniture powerhouse has the credentials to match its designs. Barker and Stonehouse has a particularly wide range.

 

Are you looking for a stylish affordable home?

 

Southern Home Ownership is dedicated to providing stylish, high quality and affordable new homes for sale on a shared ownership basis.

 

If you're a first time buyer and interested in owning a shared ownership property in London and the South East then click on the link below and take a look at our latest developments.

 

https://shosales.co.uk/