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Scandinavian design sofa? You're in the right place! Our collection of sofas boast a simplistic design with a timeless look. Whilst the wallpaper and colour scheme may change now and then, with neutral colours and tones of grey your sofa will last in your living room decor for years. A sofa is probably one of the first furnishing pieces you’ll buy - so choose one that you'll want to kick back and relax on, drink your morning cuppa on and binge watch your favourite programme on!
Your interior decor is a great starting point. A grey sofa is the perfect complement to almost any colour scheme and won’t clash with bright hues or soft pastels. Choose from JYSK’s extensive selection of sofa sets and you’re sure to find a style, shape and size that suits your living space. We have trendy retro-inspired settees, small sofas and couches suitable for compact spaces and larger sofas with chaise longue extensions for the ultimate in relaxation.
Most of our sofas and sofa sets can be supplemented with matching or coordinating armchairs in a range of materials. Browse online or mix and match in store! If you're looking to re-decorate on a budget and are looking for affordability you won't be disappointed in our range. Look out for our offers throughout the year.
Choose carefully, because you’ll spend many hours on it - sitting down and relaxing after a hard day's work, reclining with a book, or enjoying a good film with friends and family. Consider size, scale and shape as your starting point. A too-small sofa may feel cramped but an over-large one can dwarf a modest room and make it seem even smaller. Think about whether you need a two-seater sofa or a three-seater sofa – or whether an L-shaped, corner couch with a chaise longue would better suit your needs and take your relaxation to the next level! When it comes to the finish of our sofa range we've opted for comfort which is why you'll find fabric, upholstered couches with wooden feet available in either light wood or dark wood.
There are so many options when it comes to choosing a new sofa, and you need to consider many questions when first deciding which sofa is best for you. Where will the sofa be positioned? What will it mainly be used for? What material should your new sofa be made of?
We have devised a sofa guide with tips on what you need to bear in mind when investing in a new living room furniture piece.
WHAT DO YOU REQUIRE FROM A SOFA?
When choosing a new sofa, you should think about how you prefer to use your sofa. If what you like doing best is sitting and drinking coffee whilst chatting to friends and family, then choose a sofa with a high back. If you're more into lounging on a sofa, then you should go for a sofa with extra depth and soft cushions. Also consider if you will be using your sofa as a place for guests to sleep as well. Perhaps a sofabed is a better option for you.
HOW BIG SHOULD YOUR SOFA BE?
A corner sofa, a 2-seater or 3-seater sofa or something completely different? Once again, that depends entirely on your needs. If you need space for the entire family, then a sofa with a chaise longue is a perfect solution, providing extra room for cosiness up in the living room.
A NEW SOFA FOR A SMALL LIVING ROOM
If you're looking for a new sofa for a small living room, you should go for a 2-seater sofa with high legs. The legs will create a lighter ambience in your living room. Also consider going for a bright-coloured sofa, as darker colours have a tendency to ‘steal’ the light in a room, therefore making the room seem smaller.
GO FOR A FABRIC SOFA FOR UNIQUE DESIGN OPTIONS
Fabric sofas come in a huge variety of materials: plastic, synthetic fibre or natural fibre. There is an abundance of colour combinations and design options, making a fabric sofa a versatile choice for many homes. A fabric sofa that has been treated with fabric protector is also a durable choice and a long-lasting sofa solution. These sofas can seem a bit cosier but are often more difficult to clean than leather sofas.
WHERE TO POSITION THE SOFA IN A LIVING ROOM?
The available space, the inflow of light and the layout of a living room are just some of the issues to bear in mind when deciding on where to position your sofa. Direct sunlight affects sofas, and fades even the most colourful sofas, therefore it's a good idea to avoid positioning your sofa in direct sunlight.
Tip: You can use masking tape to measure how much space a new sofa will occupy in a room. This will provide you with a better indication of whether there is enough space in your living room for the sofa of your dreams!