Dramatic, eye-catching and buttery-soft, there’s nothing like a velvet sofa when it comes to the “wow factor”.
Whether as a living room anchor or accent piece, the velvet sofa adds depth and personality to a room in a way that no other type of sofa can compare to – all while being comfy to lounge around on.
And to make things even more enticing, anyone can get their hands on one!
Despite how rich and luxurious these sofas may look, you’ll find that they don’t have to be expensive. Even at modest prices below $500 can the not so modest velvet sofa be found, and they’re always looking like they should cost way more.
Need more convincing? See them in action for yourself and acquaint yourself with all there is to love about velvet in this giant list of gorgeous velvet sofas for every budget.
Hopefully by the end you’ll have fallen in love and chosen one of them to bring into your own living room.
Velvet sofas under $500
At just $370, this tufted wing-back loveseat looks far grander than it has any right to be. It’s just like a mini throne for two!
Colors: Black, Brown, Grey, Red, Blue, Purple, Green
You can’t ask for more from a sofa that cost $380. Jewel tones and metallic-gold legs will easily make this piece stand out even in the most colorful of living rooms.
Colors: Blue, Green, Pink, Yellow
A Wayfair classic! The Womble has been the staple budget velvet sofa for many velvet lovers. For good reason too – it certainly looks more expensive than $400 with it’s classic mid-century design and tufted bench cushion.
Colors: Black, Blue, Grey, Yellow, Purple
Take on lazy afternoons with a couch that will bring the snooze right out of you. Gorgeously blush pink, the fact that it converts into a daybed is simply a bonus.
Colors: Pink, Blue, Grey, Green, Light Brown
Velvet Sofas From $500-1000
Unusual? Yes. A little attention-grabby? Also yes, but this fresh take on the classic round arm Chesterfield is a head turner for sure.
Colors: Black, Blue
Leave it to trusty IKEA to come up with their own velvet sofa. They’ve even gone done it with the extra flair and ornamentation compared to their usual designs. We’re all for it!
Colors: Blue, Grey
Mid-century fans on a budget will love the cutting outline of this sofa. Sharp lines and even sharper legs makes the Brooke rather chic for a velvet sofa. Get it straight from Rivet, Amazon’s own furniture brand!
Colors: Teal, Green
Down to Earth and relatively un-ostentatious, the West Elm Bradford speaks to the minimalist in you… if minimalism was somehow compatible with velvet sofas that is.
Colors: Blue, Black, Red, Pink, Yellow, Turquoise
Velvet Sofas From $1000-$1500
Stand up for the severely underappreciated grass green color with a velvet sofa that’s seemingly more seat cushion than anything else.
Colors: Blue, Green, Grey
Fabulous is the word that comes to mind when looking at this gold-legged, richly hued velvet couch. The extra detailing and sleek lines just make it all the more to die for.
Colors: Blue, Green, Grey
Nothing screams “look at me!” like this grey velvet sofa that’s more like a work of art than furniture. Call it the very definition of a statement piece with its wild design and intricate details.
Colors: Grey, Green
Those feeling fancy but not too over the top might find the right balance in this pastel blue, less-than-conventional curved sofa.
Velvet Sofas From $1500-$2500
Another globally available velvet sofa straight from IKEA. Grand, deep, and oh so very snuggly, the Stockholm sofa captures all the spirit of what a velvet sofa should be.
Colors: Blue, Grey
Trust Crate & Barrel to come up with this stylish and elegant piece. It’s one hundred percent fancy and zero percent tasteless.
What better way to introduce your new couch to your friends than by having them sleep on it, which is just what you can do with Joybird’s Elliot sleeper sofa.
Colors: Blue, Yellow, Grey, Pink, Green, Purple, Teal
Article does it again with this mid-century inspired sectional velvet couch. It may not look too different than some of the velvet sofas under $500, but you’d better believe that this couch will long outlive them.
Colors: Blue, Green, Gold Yellow
Velvet Sofas From $2500+
With rounded arms to cradle you and an extra inviting shade of pink, this snuggly looking couch from Antropologie looks perfect to curl up on to binge the latest Netflix series.
Never go wrong with the timeless Chesterfield design. The sturdiest couch on the list, this gorgeous pink Chesterfield is built with the same attention to detail as the original models of the past. Expect it to last pretty much forever.
What’s better than a velvet sofa? A velvet sectional sofa. Make it extra large while you’re at it like this huge Decker sectional from CB2.
Colors: Blue, Olive, Green, Grey, Red, Beige, Yellow
Bonus: Make your own velvet sofa – $400+
Don’t see a velvet sofa on this list that catches your fancy? Consider making your own!
Whether you’re redesigning your original sofa or searching for a new one, you can turn most normal sofas into their velvet-self with a bespoke velvet slipcover. Just like this Farlov sofa from IKEA:
As a bonus, you’ll guarantee that you and your butt enjoys what’s underneath the fabric, on top of having the option to remove the slipcovers for easy machine washing.
Visit our website and check out all the various colors and slipcover styles we offer to design your perfect velvet slipcover: