Are you thinking of changing the sofa? These are the sofa trends in 2024; leather, velvet, curved, modular…
A good sofa must be comfortable above all, but it must also adapt to the available space, respond to your needs, think about the bed models, and design a magazine living room. As it is usually a large investment and they are for (almost) a lifetime, it is necessary that the ‘chosen one’ is your ideal design. If you’re thinking of renewing yours, find out what’s in trends for 2024. There are models for all tastes and styles.
Although it is not the best option for a house with children, velvet is, however, the king of current homes that embrace it without prejudice and incorporate it into both modern and classic environments. Pleasant to the touch, appetizing and elegant, it is worn especially in colors such as pink, plum or green (one of the fashionable shades). Swyft’s Model 02 (in Cuckooland) is also green on the inside, as it is made with materials from well-managed forests or recycled sources and is close to having a zero carbon footprint.
We have said it before. We want a nice sofa, but also a model where you can spend Sunday afternoon sitting or lying down watching the afternoon go by. The Bergamo by Morten Georgsen (BoConcept) is perfect for this purpose, as it combines extraordinary comfort with elegant aesthetics. In addition, his Nordic style never goes out of style and fits well in different styles, even in ‘cocooning’ mode if you accompany him well.
The modular models are as functional as they are timeless and have the ability to respond to your needs and adapt to the available space. Think of them as a puzzle and create the combination that you like. The Savoye (in Cult) is as comfortable as it looks. Spacious and generous, it is perfect for watching TV, reading or taking a nap on the weekend. Don’t be scared by its white color, it has removable covers so it can be washed without any problem.
The interior decoration of this 2024 needs a certain dose of daring to help us create optimistic rooms, where we can recharge our batteries. The Cocoon sofa designed by Sacha Lakic for Roche Bobois fits very well into this current that, without losing elegance, believes that a piece of furniture can contribute to our happiness. Its combination of velvet (another of the ‘must’ of the season) with Kenzo Takada fabric with yellow touches immediately convinces us, as well as its feather and foam cushions or its pine and fir structure.
Leather sofas are a true decorative rollercoaster, as soon as they are the favorites of designers and decorators, they become dethroned kings of the living room and go into the background. The passion for the natural has meant that this year they have all the ballots to succeed and that the brands have not forgotten about them. Obviously we are talking about natural leather, artificial leather is not an option, and in light colors, such as Fritz Hansen’s Lissoni. By the way, although we are fans, we are not thinking of a ‘Chester’ type.
It is one of the classics that, season after season, continues to occupy a place of honor in living room decoration. Suitable for both XL and XS spaces, it favors social life and is perfect for a large family, as it has seats to spare (there are models with seven seats). The Banak Importa Delta stands out for its comfort, as its seats are made of high-resistance foam. In addition, as it is completely removable, it is very easy to always have it as new. Remember that, given its dimensions, it is better to choose it in a neutral color, which does not attract too much attention. If you’ve been won over instantly, it’s now 50% off.
Ideal for second residences or houses for young couples without children. Click by Sancal is that sofa that you would always want to have close at hand, even in a corner of an XL living room because it is as versatile as it is attractive and, despite its lightness, it is tremendously comfortable. Modular, it is assembled, as its name suggests, with a simple ‘click’ and it is ‘flat-pack’, which reduces the environmental impact of its transport.
The perfect option for living rooms without space problems, in which the sofa is, without a doubt, the king of the house. With generously proportioned seats that provide a high degree of comfort, the Gregory, designed by Antonio Citterio for Flexform, is characterized by an original metal base with elastic leather straps and soft cushions. An aesthetic solution that you can have in leather or fabric in a wide variety of colors. In gray it will always be a perfect wild card.
Small, but tough. Designed by Space Copenhagen, the &Tradition Loafer has everything to succeed in today’s home. It has an ideal size (150 x 75 cm) that allows it to fit into rooms of a few meters and in other rooms, its wood comes from sustainable forests and its red color gives a touch of vitality, without losing elegance. An option that is difficult to resist.
The time we have spent at home has made us realize, if we had not already thought about it, the importance of the sofa for our daily well-being. For this reason, the designs for this 2024 are committed to comfort by incorporating relaxation systems that make us not want to leave them, not even to go to bed. This is what happens with the Natuzzi Amorevole, whose technology has three independent electrical mechanisms that allow you to adjust the position of the seat, backrest, footrest and headrest according to your preferences. In addition, it has a USB portintegrated so you can charge your mobile without leaving the sofa.
The curved lines are the great protagonists of the decoration of 2024. They soften environments and reduce symmetry. The ‘bold’ trend is established both in the main pieces and in the accessories, achieving relaxed and charming atmospheres. The Paula sofa from Sofa Company is a real delight. A good option in living rooms of a few meters or in large bedrooms, its voluminous style and its color invite you to rest.
The tyranny of plain upholstery is over. Given its dimensions, fabrics without motifs are normally chosen, which are visually lighter, and color and ‘deco’ brushstrokes are provided through cushions or blankets. However, this year stripes, checks and even flowers take over the fabrics of these pieces, showing that, used well, they can be a good option. The Parker Knoll Canterbury in ecru checks is equal parts warmth and style. We see it in a country house, but also giving a ‘British’ touch in a modern living room.