Explore 28 Top-Rated Sofa and Couch Styles

Whenever you visit a furniture shop, there are always a few styles of the sofa on display - but, sometimes, there can be so many styles that it's entirely confusing! We know that choosing the right furniture for your home can be tiring and takes a lot of effort and patience. Hopefully, this guide will help you out.

Basics on Sofas

Finding a perfect sofa or couch is similar to finding a good restaurant, since everyone has different tastes. Some people like traditional style sofas that can provide their home with an antique look. In contrast, others want to add a high-tech feature-loaded sofa that can match the techy vibes of their house.

Whichever style you may choose, you will have to face the quadratics of finalizing one option for yourself. And to make this equation easy, we have done the entire research for you. In this post, we'll go through the most famous sofa designs with their histories, types, and materials that may be utilized.

What’s the Difference Between Sofa And Couch?

The first question that strikes our mind whenever we hear the words "sofa" and "couch" is: what's the difference between them? So, before starting with the different types of sofas, let's quickly go over this.

A sofa is a piece of furniture designed to give your room a luxurious and dignified look. In contrast, a couch is more casual and informal in appearance.

A couch can be placed anywhere in the room, like in front of the television or near the window. Meanwhile, a sofa has to be kept at a distance from those objects because of its formal look.

Materials used in construction are also different for both these pieces of furniture. A sofa is generally made of hardwood frames covered with expensive fabrics like silk, velvet, and leather. On the other hand, a couch comprises a wooden frame with less expensive fabric covers.

Furthermore, a sofa is a piece of furniture that adjusts to the needs of two or three individuals. On the other hand, the couch can fit three to four people as they are softer and comfier.

Different Styles of Sofas and Couches

Now that we know the difference between a sofa and a couch, let's explore all the popular styles of sofas and couches available in the market right now:

Sectional Sofas

Big furniture for big gatherings.

Sectional sofas came into existence during the Victorian era. Essentially, small pieces of sofas were aligned and put together to form a complete unit. They got upgrades with time, and during the 1950s, they took on the appearance we know today.

They have a seating capacity of 3 to 5 individuals on average, but if you get one custom-built, it can go up to 7 or 9 seats. The sofa pieces have fixtures, commonly screws, to hold them together.

Ideal for:  Sectional sofas are perfect for big families as they have a good seating capacity. If you have frequent guests at your home, these sofas can also come in handy as additional people can be seated on them.

Types:

  • Sofa Chaise
  • L-Shaped Sectional Sofa
  • L-Shaped Sectional Sofa with Chaise
  • Modular Sectional Sofa
  • U-Shaped Sectional Sofa
  • The Pit

Materials:

  • Polyester
  • Faux leather
  • Genuine leather
  • Microfiber
  • Chenille
  • Velvet
  • Cotton
  • Twill
  • Stripes
  • Plaid

Sleeper Sofas

Multifunctionality never hurt anyone.

Sleeper sofa beds were introduced to the market in the early 1900s, and since then, they have become quite popular. They have a dual functionality (sofa and bed), which is ideal for small spaces.

Materials:

  • Wool blend
  • Linen
  • Leather
  • Velvet
  • Natural fibers
  • Synthetics
  • Performance fabric

Ideal for: Typically, they are placed in the living rooms. You can place them in small spaces, as they serve dual purposes.

Moreover, sleeper sofas have a great variety of options to choose from. We'll cover some of them below.

Pull Out Sofa Bed

Two in one.

As the name suggests, you just have to pull out the bed from under the sofa's mattress for this type of sleeper sofa. Unlike a futon, the back of sleeper sofas remains upright, and only the bed is folded under the sofa's sitting portion. This sleeper sofa has been around for a long time and is useful in houses with frequent guests visiting. These sofas are a great sleeping solution for guests and children.

Convertible Sofa

Just when you thought there's only so many ways to turn a sofa into a bed.

Convertible sofas have the unique feature of transforming into a bed. With this type, the back and arms of the sofa are lowered, and then it is converted into a bed by adding a mattress on top. This type of sleeper sofa is ideal for small apartments as it takes significantly less space when converted into a bed. However, couch pillows are used as mattresses in this case instead of a dedicated mattress. They also aren't as comfortable as the pull-out bed.

Futon

Down to earth.

Futons are the most popular type of sleeper sofas. Futon is a Japanese word meaning a mattress filled with cotton, wool, or other natural fibers. Both the name and the technology originated in Japan.

In the seventeenth century, the floor of Japanese houses was made of rice straw, also known as "tatami." These floors were lightweight, and the Japanese invented futons by filling cotton and wool into the bedclothes to build bedding that could go well with the flooring. These floor mattresses were only limited to the wealthy of Japan at first. The seventeenth-century also saw the Industrial Revolution. Cotton manufacturing was boosted drastically, and ordinary people could obtain this mattress.

Futons were very comfortable for sleeping or simply lying down on. This came into knowledge of American soldiers first as they used futons during the Far East mission after World War II. The American GIs explained how relaxing the futons are and how easy it is to carry them. American manufacturers got some inspiration, and they decided to combine this bedding with a bed structure. Eventually, upgrades took place, and this structure got converted into a sofa.

Now the contemporary futon can be used as a sofa during the day and then converted into a bed at night. You can fold Futons back or release them downwards, which will give you more room. Once released, it becomes a flat, large, cushioned surface for sleeping.

Bunk Bed Sleeper

Going upward to save space.

This sleeper type has a bunk bed on top of the sofa. Once you open it, the bottom portion becomes a bed while there is still an upper bunk where another person can sleep.

The best thing about this type of sleeper sofas is that they take very little space when closed and provide twice the sleeping space when opened. You can use them in cabins or vacation homes where you need to save some space.

Daybed

They just keep going.

A daybed is not precisely a sofa, but it is mainly used as one. Daybeds look like a couch with three sides and no backrest or armrests. Moreover, they're almost identical to a chaise lounge with one difference that it has a back and structure on three sides.

However, one problem is that they aren't ideal for tall people. The general length of daybeds can accommodate children and shorter people. If you are tall, you might have to sleep with your legs elevated all night. They are usually placed in the living room or guest room to provide seating during the daytime and can be used as a bed at night.

Chesterfield Sofas

Elegant and regal.

The origin of Chesterfield Sofas can be traced back to the Victorian era. Lord Philip Stanhope, the 4th Earl of Chesterfield, was the one who got these sofas designed and upholstered. The main aim behind this design was to create a piece of furniture that one can sit on without crumpling their clothes.

That is why these sofas have an equal height for the back and armrests with button tufting, which doesn't let the user sink into the sofa. Moreover, there are deep welts present all along the edges, which also add to the sofa's structure.

Types:

  • Two-seater Chesterfield Sofa
  • Chesterfield club chair
  • Chesterfield Sofa Bed
  • Chesterfield Queen Anne Armchair

Materials:

  • Pigmented leather
  • Aniline leather
  • Semi-aniline leather
  • Wool
  • Harris tweed
  • Velvet
  • Linen

Ideal For: You can use these Chesterfield sofas in Living rooms, libraries, and offices. You've probably also seen them in pubs with a 90's theme.

Camelback Sofas

Always the eye catcher.

The existence of Camelback sofas dates back to the eighteenth century. Camelback sofas are the product of Thomas Chippendale furniture design studios of Great Britain. This furniture was specially designed for the mansions of that time. Another reason for camelback sofas' popularity was the perfection of Chippendale in craftsmanship. They were known for carving out the best-looking Camelback sofas in a Rococo style.

The name of this sofa is because of its hump-like structure present at the backrest. This hump is either in the middle or towards the end. It gives an elegant and royal look to your room and can make it look like a piece from some king or queen's palace.

Modern Camelback sofas generally have just one or two humps instead of three. Also, the legs of these sofas are usually exposed and made of wood. You may even witness some Camelback sofas with wood on top of the backrest and armrest.

Moreover, an Authentic English Camelback sofa features queen Anne-style claw-and-ball feet. The characteristics of Camelbacks include elegance, light, and natural curves, which make them stand out. You can even find these sofas in bold upholstery with graphic prints that bring up the traditional look.

Materials:

  • Velvet
  • Leatherette
  • Leather
  • Wooden
  • Silk
  • Microfibre
  • Textured fabric

Ideal For: You can use these sofas in living rooms, drawing-rooms, and guest rooms. If you want to give a luxurious look to any of these rooms, then a Camelback sofa is your best bet.

Lawson Sofas

A more modern take.

This furniture style was named after Thomas W. Lawson, who introduced this design in the early 20th century. Thomas was a financier, businessman, and novelist who was fed up with high-backed Victorian-style sofas that were famous during his period. Therefore, he decided to build a sofa that was three pillows long, had soft cushions on the back, and padded seats with well-positioned armrests.

Lawson sofas have a boxy and rectangular structure, making them look somewhat like a cubicle. These sofas consist of cushions that are placed on each seat with loose backs. The main aim behind this design was to make the user feel relaxed without letting them sink into the sofa.

Moreover, Lawson sofas have straight track arms and run parallel to the backrest and the seat. This gives these sofas a more streamlined look. The most popular style of Lawson sofa is the English roll arm which has a tight back with rounded arms that are rolled outward.

Materials:

  • Cotton
  • Linen
  • Velvet
  • Wool
  • Leatherette

Ideal For: These sofas are generally used in formal living rooms and studies. You can also use them in your bedroom as they provide the utmost comfort, or even commercial spaces like waiting and reception areas.

Mid-century Modern

A good choice if your home sports contemporary décor.

There is a little story behind the name of the Mid-century modern sofa. In general, after reading the name, the thought that comes to mind is that they are very old-style sofas. However, they are from the early 20th century, and Cara Greenberg was the first to name this style officially. She wrote a book in 1984, "Mid-century Modern: Furniture of the 1950s," which characterized the elegance and simplicity of this type of furniture in the house.

This sofa style also gets its inspiration from Bauhaus architecture when they migrated to America after World War II. The postwar construction of homes incorporated Mid-century Modern sofas as coordinating furniture. Moreover, the technological advancements at the time brought forth new materials like plexiglass, plastics, and lucite, which were used to build the Mid-century Modern sofas.

This design aims to bring more functionality and simplicity to the furniture. This sofa style is very angular with low backrests, clean lines, and tapered legs. In addition, the choice of material ensures a distinctive look and easy maintenance.

Material:

  • Wood
  • Metal
  • Vinyl
  • Glass
  • Plywood
  • Velvet fabric

Ideal For: You can use these sofas in your living room and den as they provide a very retro and chic look to the house. You can also use them in your office space as they have a very modern and sleek look.

Contemporary Mid-century Modern Sofa

For slightly more futuristic designs.

This style is a combination of both traditional and modern designs. As the name suggests, it is a mid-century sofa with a contemporary touch. Building on the basics of the Mid-century Modern style, this style does some things differently, such as the incorporation of sharp angles and modern material.

This design aimed to bring together the best of both worlds and create a timeless piece of furniture. You can treat them as a standalone style, but they are an elaborated version of the Mid-century Modern style. This type of sofa generally has a low profile and is an ideal addition to a modern house with a sleek design.

Material:

  • Leather
  • Fabric
  • Wood
  • Metal
  • Plywood
  • Vinyl

Ideal For: The contemporary Mid-century Modern sofa can be a classic addition to your house with a trendy touch. You can place them in the living room to bring out a modern and sophisticated look.

English Rolled Arm Sofas

A true classic.

The design of the English rolled arm sofas can be traced back to the 18th century. They were introduced and popularized by George Smith, and this historical design is still in high demand. The older variations feature tight upholstery and a "T" shaped cushion seat. However, you will find a looser look in modern adaptations, with chunkier arms. Some of them have such low arms that they may appear armless.

What sets this style apart is their unique rolled armrests that give them a very distinct look. The other features include a tight back and turned legs. The English sofa is somewhat similar to the Bridgewater style with a difference in tautness and arms.

Ideal For: If you are looking for a vintage and classic sofa, this is the one for you. You can place it in your living room or den to give it an exquisite look.

Bridgewater

All dressed up.

Bridgewater sofas are popular for their casual look and can blend with almost any kind of interior décor. The style is also known as birch-arm or English three-seater. They have their arms slightly rolled on the side, which is lower than the back of the sofa. Other notable features include a softly rolled back, padded loose cushions, and a tailored skirt that conceals the legs. Some modern variations can leave the skirt to show the legs and feet.

This style also includes a slipcover that fits under the seating, and you can place the seat cushions on top. The slipcovers are often made with a contrasting fiber that adds a distinctive look and protects the sofa. Materials like velvet or rayon fabric can give it a more traditional look. If you are looking for a sofa that provides a contemporary look and comfort, Bridgewater is your best bet.

Material:

  • Suncaster
  • Cotton
  • Polyester
  • Tweed
  • Denim
  • Metal
  • Wood

Ideal For: You can place them in your living room for entertaining guests or in the drawing-room to create a warm and inviting ambiance.

Cabriole

Baring it all.

Cabriole sofas are characterized by their exposed wooden frame, which is often carved. The arms typically curve inwards with an equal height back, forming a long line from one arm to another. They feature two cushions on the seat and tight, button-tufted upholstery.

Cabriole style was trendy in the 18th century, and its popularity has been on the rise ever since. The name comes from the term "cabriolet," a type of carriage. The carriage also had a similar back and arm structure reflected in its style. Back then, the same concept was also utilized in making chairs, and they were called cabriole chairs.

The Cabriole sofa has a distinct appearance with its exposed wooden legs and frame. The arms and back are curved, giving it an exquisite look. The contemporary variations of the Cabriole sofa feature clean lines and simple designs. You can find the classic Cabriole design sofas without the wood trim.

Material:

  • Polyurethane foam
  • Polyester fiber
  • Cotton
  • Latex
  • Wool
  • Nylon
  • Cotton
  • Acetate
  • Rayon

Ideal For: You can place the Cabriole sofa in your living room, drawing room, or study to create a sophisticated look.

Chaise Lounge

Also known often as a recliner.

The Chaise Lounge sofa gets its name from the French term "chaise longue," which translates to "long chair." It is a type of sofa that features an extended seat, which is often used for reclining or napping. The Chaise Lounge sofa has a long history and was first used in Egypt and later in Greece.

Its Egyptian origin dates back to around 3000. On the other hand, the Greeks used them as a daybed. Later, the Roman Empire used the Chaise Lounge sofa, named "lectus," as a reclining chair during symposiums or social gatherings.

The chaise lounge sofa made its way to France with further adaptations and modifications. They were used by the rich to rest without heading to the bedroom. They slowly became a symbol of luxury, made with costly and rare materials.

Modern chaise lounge sofas are primarily used as a decorative addition to the living room or bedroom. They are also used in offices and hotels and provide a very elegant look. They are considered luxurious furniture, but you can find affordable options.

Types:

  • Bench sofa
  • Victorian
  • Meridian
  • Duchess brisée
  • Recamier

Material:

  • Metal
  • Microfiber
  • Wood
  • Leather
  • Polyester

Ideal For: Place a chaise lounge sofa in your living room or bedroom, and it will uplift the overall aesthetic appeal of your place.

Loveseat

For lovebirds.

Loveseat sofas have an interesting tale. The style debuted in the late 1700s, and the purpose of the seat was not what the name suggests. They were initially designed for women and their dresses. In the Victorian era, women wore billowed and poofy dresses, and the seat was devised to smoothen their clothing. Also, the first loveseats consisted of solid wood and were not upholstered.

Loveseats can accommodate two people, and couples used the chair to sit close to each other without the fear of gossip. That's how they came to be the loveseats, and the term was popular in the 1900s. However, by the end of the 20th century, they were regarded as small sofas that functioned well in small spaces.

You can find all kinds of loveseats with different designs and features in the contemporary world. They are used as practical furniture to be used in small spaces. You can find all kinds of loveseats with different designs, shapes, and materials. Nowadays, people also use loveseats as a part of their outside furniture, in an area for visiting or gathering.

Material:

  • Cotton
  • Wood
  • Linen
  • Microfiber
  • Polyester
  • Velvet

Ideal For: Loveseats are best used in a place with small spaces like apartments and condos. They are also a great addition to offices and waiting rooms.

Divan

Backs to the wall.

Divan or dívány sofas have their origins in Turkey and Persia, and they were originally used as beds. The primary usage of divans goes back to the Ottoman Empire. The name "divan" stems from these sofas being commonly found along the walls of Middle Eastern council chambers called divans or diwans.

The divans were introduced to Europe around the 1800s, and they were on-trend at the time. They were often placed in the living room or bedroom and were used by royalty and nobility.

Essentially, a divan is a sofa without a back, so its ideal position should be right against a bare wall. You can arrange pillows for cushioned support and comfort. A divan can also be used as a daybed and bolsters often accompany them.

Types:

  • ​Sprung Top
  • Platform & Firm Top

Material:

  • Cotton
  • Leather
  • Velvet
  • Polyester

Ideal For: You can place them against the wall of any room with enough space. Other than that, a divan can also be placed in your bedroom at the end of the bed.

Settee

Sitting solo.

A settee is a piece of furniture with a raised back and arms designed to seat one to three people. A settee is very close to loveseat style in terms of looks; however, historically, they were narrower than loveseats. They were also designed to seat only one or two people as opposed to the spacious three-seater loveseats.

The style is also used to make chairs and small sofas. Settees were common in Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries, and they often had carved wood frames with upholstered seats and backs. Nowadays, settees are making a comeback, becoming popular in modern homes. They don't take up much space and can be an elegant addition.

Types:

  • Bergere
  • Lounge
  • Canape

Material:

  • Wood
  • Velvet
  • Linen
  • Polyester

Ideal For: Settees are ideal for small spaces and can be placed in your living room, bedroom, or even office. They are also perfect for reading nooks and window seats.

Recliner Sofa

Just sit back and relax.

A recliner sofa is a type of sofa that has a reclining feature. It has a lever or a knob that can be pulled to adjust the backrest and footrest. Recliner sofas are very comfortable as they allow you to relax and recline in different positions.

The recliner sofas that we know today can be dated back to 1850 when the French introduced a recliner camp bed. This bed was portable and could serve as a chair, chaise lounge, and bed. Other notable advancements to the recliner sofa were made by the two cousins, Knabush and Shoemaker, in the 1920s. Recliners were often seen in American homes as they were advertised as the perfect furniture for relaxation.

Nowadays, you can find all kinds of recliner sofas with different designs and features. They are available in manual and power recline options, and you can also find them in various materials.

Types:

  • Lever Handle Recliner
  • Wall Hugger Recliner
  • Rocking Recliner
  • Swivel Recliner

Material:

  • Leather
  • Fabric
  • Microfiber

Ideal For: A recliner sofa is perfect for people who want to watch TV, read a book, or take a nap. You can keep them in your living room, bedroom, or even in your office. They go best with your media room.

Tuxedo Sofas

An elegant choice.

Tuxedo sofas get their name from the formal wear of the same name, as they have a similar look. They have a button-tufted backrest and arms that are the same height as the back. The sofa has a clean look with straight lines and no embellishments.

Tuxedo sofas were trendy in the 1920s as they had a modern look. After World War II, they became even more popular as people wanted simple and clean designs. Nowadays, tuxedo sofas are making a comeback as they are becoming popular in modern homes. They have high arms and a straight-cut sofa back with a classy look.

Types:

  • Chesterfield
  • Knole Sofa

Material:

  • Leather
  • Velvet
  • Polyester
  • Leather
  • Cotton
  • Fabric
  • Linen

Ideal For: Since the selling point of tuxedo sofas is appearance and not comfort, they are best for formal living rooms. You can also place them in offices or waiting areas.

Low-Seated Sofas

Not quite a futon, but getting there.

Low-seated sofas are perfect for people who want to relax and lounge around. This sofa style has a low back and seat that makes it easy to sit down and get up. They are also very comfortable as they allow you to stretch your legs out. This style of sofa usually reaches up to a height of 17″ to 18″ (43 to 46cm).

Low-seated sofas were popularized in the Victorian era as they were seen as more comfortable than high-back sofas. Moreover, around the 1950s, they were among the common Western furniture choices. You can also find their inclusion in Japanese culture as part of their minimalist lifestyle.

Low-seated sofas are a popular choice for modern homes in the contemporary world because of their broad utility and comfort. They have a clean look and can be placed in any room. Plus, you can find them in different materials and designs to match your home décor.

Types:

  • Flex Sofa
  • Low Chaise Lounge
  • Low Loveseat

Material:

  • Linen
  • Polyester
  • Velvet

Ideal For: As the name suggests, low-seated sofas are ideal for people who want to lounge and relax. They can be placed in your living room, bedroom, or home theater room.

Pallet couches

Rustic, with a DIY vibe.

Pallet couches are made out of wooden pallets. They are a popular choice for people who want to DIY their furniture. Pallet couches are very easy to make, and you can find a lot of tutorials online. You can also find ready-made pallet couches on the market.

Pallet couches have a rustic look and feel. They are perfect for people who want to add a touch of nature to their home. Pallet couches are also very versatile as you can use them indoors or outdoors.

Types:

  • Single Pallet Couch
  • Double Pallet Couch

Material:

  • Wooden pallets

Ideal For: Pallet couches are perfect for people who want to DIY their furniture. You can also use them in your garden or patio.

Sofa Lounger

You'll notice that many sofa types are other sofa types mashed up.

A sofa lounger is a sofa that can be converted into a bed. Essentially, they are a sofa with a chaise lounge design. They are perfect for people who have guests over often or for people who want to use their sofa as a bed.

Sofa loungers were first introduced around the 1950s and became popular because they were versatile and could be used as both a sofa and a bed. They are still popular today for both their comfort and utility. Sofa loungers come in three styles. These are:

Full sofa lounger

A sofa that can be converted into a full-length bed and has a chaise lounge at one end.

Multi-sofa lounge:

The Multi-sofa lounger has two or more sections that act as lounging extensions. You get multiple sofas along with chaise lounge-like extensions.

Single sofa lounger

The single sofa lounger has a chaise lounge extension at one end. It's essentially a traditional sofa with one end that can be used as a bed or for lounging.

Material:

  • Leather
  • Polyester
  • Velvet
  • Linen

Ideal For: Sofa loungers are perfect for people who want a versatile piece of furniture. They can be kept in the living room, bedroom, or guest room.

Knole Sofa

For a noble touch.

The Knole sofa is a type of sofa with arms and backrests that are the same height. They were first introduced in the early 17th century and were popular among the nobility. The sofa gets its name from Knole House in Kent, England, where it was first used.

The Knole sofa, originally called the Knole settee, has a regal look. The "same height arm and back structure" makes them similar to the Tuxedo sofa style. They are perfect for people who want to add a touch of luxury to their homes. Knole sofas are also very comfortable as they have deep seats.

Types:

  • Classic Knole Sofa
  • Modern Knole Sofa

Material:

  • Leather
  • Velvet
  • Linen

Ideal For: The knole sofa is perfect for people who want to add a touch of luxury to their homes. You can keep them in the living room or den.

Canapé

Smaller, but no less comfortable.

A canapé is a small sofa or couch. Emerging in the 18th century, this furniture has a French origin as the word "canapés" itself means "couch." They are elegant pieces of furniture with an upholstered back, carved wooden legs, and armrests.

Canapes were made with quality hardwoods like cherry, walnut, and mahogany. Moreover, their design differs from chaise lounges or divans, which share a similar origin. Nowadays, canapés are used as accent furniture. They are perfect for small spaces as they occupy less space.

Material:

  • Wood
  • Leather
  • Velvet
  • Linen

Ideal For: Canapés are perfect for people who have limited space in their homes. The ideal placement could be the living room, bedroom, or home office.

Recamier

Not many sofas are named for a model.

The Recamier is a sofa with an undulating backrest and an upholstered seat. First introduced in the early 18th century, Recamier is named after the French socialite "Madame Recamier." She sat on a similar sofa for the famous portrait made by French neoclassical painter Jacques-Louis David.

A Recamier is an exquisite and sophisticated piece of furniture. It is preferred by many due to its luxurious looks and elegance. The undulating backrest makes it very comfortable to sit on.

Material:

  • Leather
  • Velvet
  • Microfiber
  • Linen

Ideal For: A Recamier sofa is ideal for individuals who want to enhance the appearance of their property with a bit of luxury. You can put them in the living room or den.

Meridienne

Perfect for that power nap.

The Meridienne is a type of couch that has an S-shaped curve along the backrest. It is similar to the chaise lounges in terms of design. First introduced in the early 19th century, the Meridienne gets its name from the French word "meridianne," which means "midday." Another reason for the name is their typical use: rest in the middle of the day.

The Meridienne is a very comfortable piece of furniture. The S-shaped curve allows you to recline and relax. In addition, the couch is perfect for napping as it provides support to the head and neck. The supported back will enable one to lie back without the fear of falling.

Material:

  • Leather
  • Polyester
  • Wood

Ideal For: The Meridienne is perfect for people who want a piece of furniture to relax and take a nap. They can be kept in the living room or bedroom.

Posted by Pavneet Lobana

Pavneet is a home and lifestyle blogger with a passion for creating beautiful and functional spaces. A self-taught chef, she also loves to cook and share her recipes with others. Whether you're looking to create a cozy reading nook or upgrade your kitchen, she has advice that will help you get the most out of your space.