For cosy snuggle times at home, our affordable fabric sofas give you years of comfort in lots of styles, from modern to traditional. Hover over a style you like to view all of our available colour options, or use the colour filters above if you have a colour in mind. Most sofas have covers that you can machine-wash or dry-clean, so you can rest easy when the kids munch chocolate in front of the TV. And for when the makeover bug bites many models have the option of new covers.
We have a huge range from small two-seater sofas to large corner sofas that can seat your entire extended family. You can even design a sofa to fit your space with our modular sofas.
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Fabric sofas and seating – comfortable and affordable
Welcome to our big choice of timeless and contemporary fabric sofas and armchairs. You’ll find everything from footstools to three-seat sofas, in many different styles, colours and sizes - and at prices so comfortably affordable they won’t disturb your afternoon nap on the chaise longue! You can find different materials to increase your comfort level - like memory foam or feathers. Life can be tough on furniture, with accidents involving chocolate just waiting to happen. So most of our fabric sofas and other seating have removable covers that you can machine-wash or dry-clean. And so you can relax even more, most of our fabric sofas and armchairs have a 10-year everyday quality guarantee and some even have a 25-year guarantee.
Easy changes with fabric sofas
Most of our fabric sofas and armchairs belong to a series, so you can put together your own suite easily. Keep an eye out for series names like or KIVIK or KARLSTAD or EKTORP. You can also find lots of other home furnishings that go with our fabric sofas, too – from tables and lamps to rugs. Our KARLSTAD and EKTORP series even have their own matching cushions for extra comfort. If you want a new look in your living room, a lot of our fabric sofas and other seating have covers that you can take off and replace with new ones. Or why not go for a modular series? You can combine it one way and then change it around or add to it when you feel like it.