High, Mid, Low: Three Trendy Sofa Styles at Three Price Points

High, Mid, Low: Three Trendy Sofa Styles at Three Price Points

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Nancy Mitchell
Jun 29, 2016
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Shopping for a sofa can be a little nerve-wracking. There are so many styles, and so many prices, it's hard to know where to start. So we've chosen three different classic sofa styles, and hunted down three different examples of each, in three different price points: low (under $1,000), mid ($1,000 - $2,000) and high ($2,000+), to suit pretty much every taste and every budget. Check out our picks.

Chesterfield

Low: Sofia Chesterfield sofa, $849 from Urban Outfitters.

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Mid: Matlby sofa, $1,599 from Dot & Bo.

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High: Linen lyre Chesterfield sofa, $2,398 from Anthropologie.

Midcentury

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Low: Clayon sofa, $889 from Dot & Bo.

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Mid: Petrie sofa, $1,699 from Crate & Barrel.

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High: Sabine sofa from Room & Board, starting at $2,299.

Like the look? There are lots more options for midcentury-style sofas in this post.

Slouchy Velvet

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Low: STOCKSUND sofa, $699 from IKEA.

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Mid: Velvet Willoughby sofa, $1,998 from Anthropologie.

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High: Abbey velvet sofa, starting at $2,499 from One Kings Lane.

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