Get Your Year Started Right With A Customized Sofa From Interior Define (& With An Exclusive Discount For Our Readers)
January is the perfect time to makeover your living room. There are lots of small ways to make changes, but if you want major impact, there’s one big purchase that can truly update the whole room: a new couch. Your couch can be everything from nap HQ to home office to Netflix screening studio, making it an area of the home worthy of an investment. But why stop at merely an investment piece when it can be a statement piece as well?
Interior Define’s high-quality sofas are also all customizable, meaning you can pick the fabric, size, legs, and even cushions. In a sea of often predictable silhouettes and colors, it can be a way to really make a couch–and living room–feel uniquely yours. (You may also remember that we love Interior Define so much that our founder, Maxwell Ryan, collaborated with them on his own collection.)
Need another reason to buy? Interior Define is offering AT readers $150 off any order over $1,000 with code “ATxID2019” for a limited time. Note: you don’t need to rush this important decision to take advantage of the discount. Shoppers can select “Buy Now, Decide Later” in the fabric swatch section, which gives you time to request as many free swatches as you want and make your decision worry-free.
The Deal: Get $150 off orders over $1,000 when you enter ATxID2019 in the promo code field at checkout. This promotion runs through February 2, 2019. Discount cannot be applied after purchase.
Jasper Sofa, starting at $2,200
Structured couhces are everywhere right now, but this one offers a sleek, updated take that is still comfy. You can even select scatter pillows instead of a single back cushion, giving it a more relaxed vibe.
Tegan Apartment Sofa, starting at $1,600
You don’t have to have a huge space to make a bold statement. The Tegan apartment sofa feels like something out of a starlet’s dressing room, but the color options keep it solidly in 2019. The deep jade cover we picked above is just one option, but we like that it’s a different take on classic darker couches that will still go with a variety of color schemes.
Caitlin By The Everygirl, starting $2,100
With velvet fabric and gold legs, this looks like MCM glam. With wooden legs and an ecru covering, however, it’s the modern farmhouse piece of your dreams. Just another example of how a great sofa can be customized to fit your space and tastes. (And, like the Jasper, the cushions can be customized as well.)
Ms. Chesterfield Sectional, starting at $2,700
Of course, we had to include one of Maxwell’s sofas in the list. While we’ve written about the Ms. Chesterfield plenty before, we thought it was time to give the sectional some love. While sectionals often bring to mind your friend’s knotty pine-paneled basement from childhood, this proves they can be downright sophisticated and comfortable at the same time.