Corner and Chaise Sofas

Corner and Chaise Sofas

A place to curl up on to watch TV, a comfy spot to grab five minutes to yourself or sitting soft with your favourite people and furry friends are daily rituals in every home. Choose an L-Shaped sofa unique to your needs and one that will be at the heart of your home for years to come.

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  1. Sydney 4 Seater Left Chaise Sofa

    £4,575.00

    From: £4525 / Available in 29 Fabrics

  2. Dakota 3 Seater Right Chaise Sofa

    £5,145.00

    From: £4995 / Available in 22 Fabrics

  3. New York 2 Seater Left Chaise Sofa

    £4,845.00

    From: £3595 / Available in 35 Fabrics

  4. Dax 4 Seater Chaise Sofa

    £5,075.00

    From: £4995 / Available in 23 Fabrics

  5. Jasmine 3 Seater Left Chaise Sofa

    £6,745.00

    From: £5045 / Available in 26 Fabrics

  6. New York 3 Seater Right Chaise Sofa

    £5,745.00

    From: £4295 / Available in 35 Fabrics

  7. Dakota 2 Seater Left Chaise Sofa

    £4,945.00

    From: £4795 / Available in 22 Fabrics

  8. Jasmine 3 Seater Right Chaise Sofa

    £6,745.00

    From: £5045 / Available in 26 Fabrics

  9. Sydney 4 Seater Right Chaise Sofa

    £4,575.00

    From: £4525 / Available in 29 Fabrics

  10. New York 2 Seater Right Chaise Sofa

    £4,845.00

    From: £3595 / Available in 35 Fabrics

  11. Dakota 3 Seater Left Chaise Sofa

    £5,145.00

    From: £4995 / Available in 22 Fabrics

  12. New York 3 Seater Left Chaise Sofa

    £5,745.00

    From: £4295 / Available in 35 Fabrics

  13. Dakota 2 Seater Right Chaise Sofa

    £4,945.00

    From: £4795 / Available in 22 Fabrics

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High Quality L-Shaped Sofas

Here you will find our eclectic furniture collection filled with treasures sourced from far and wide across the globe. From Japandi furniture and industrial designs to French style furniture and more relaxed, bohemian looks, our range has something to suit a variety of tastes. The collection is also home to our signature mother of pearl and bone inlay furniture, where each piece is carefully handcrafted by expert artisans in India to produce a special heirloom which will last for years to come.  

How to arrange cushions on a corner sofa

There are no hard and fast rules on how to dress an L-shaped sofa with cushions, but here are some recommendations which we find most helpful. 

  1. Find the right size: Use this as an opportunity to experiment with different sizes. Usually, large cushions create a cleaner look and are great for bringing a bold stamp of colour or pattern to an otherwise plain sofa, while lots of small cushions are ideal for bringing hints of different colours to your sofa and can feel more eclectic. 
  2. Think about the shape: A bolster cushion or a few round cushions will bring a playful touch to your sofa. But if you’re searching for a more minimal, clean-lined approach, then a few square or rectangular cushions will work well. 

  3. Consider the quantity: You don’t want to overpower your sofa with too many cushions; it’s best to aim for a well-balanced look. We suggest beginning with around four to six cushions,  with larger ones on the ends, a couple in the middle and small accent cushions in the corner. 

  4. Choose your fabric: This is your chance to play with pattern and texture. Think about what kind of look you’re trying to create with your accessories. Velvet gives a luxurious feel, while linen and cotton are ideal for a natural or Scandi-inspired sofa. 

  5. Layer your accessories: To create a sense of depth, try draping a throw over the arm, then layering large cushions at the back and small ones at the front

  6. Get creative with colour: Decide on the tones you want to include on your sofa. Do you want it to match other items in the room? Or are you looking to include clashing colours for contrast? More neutral colours will create a calm, relaxed look whereas bright pops of colour will bring a lively, uplifting feel to your sofa. 

How to position a chaise sofa

Finding the perfect place for your chaise sofa is usually dependent on the size and shape of your living room and the existing furniture you have. But here are some extra pointers on the best spots for your sofa. 

If you need to make the most of a small space, then try positioning the main part of the sofa against the wall with the chaise protruding out into the room to create an L-shape. This will help you to define your seating area, which is especially helpful in an open-plan living room. 

For those with more space to play with, try floating your chaise sofa in the middle of the room to face a fireplace or TV stand

This is ideal for creating a calm, conversational area which feels welcoming. You can easily use your chaise sofa to help divide a room, too. Place the chaise perpendicular to the main part of the sofa in an open space to create a separate zone.