Small on space, big on impact
Choose a small but perfectly formed sofa and you can be certain you won’t be compromising on style or comfort
Big plans for smaller rooms
Three ways to maximise your space
Measure, measure and measure again before buying a new sofa. Note alcoves, fireplaces and doorways and check the depth of your new piece too – you don’t want to have to zigzag round the sofa every time you fancy a cuppa!
Utilise ‘dead’ space – small pieces such as armchairs, loungers and footstools often fit neatly into alcoves or behind doors. Under a staircase is the perfect place for a snuggler or two seater.
Choose sofas and chairs with legs, such as our Lou range. Keeping the bulk of the furniture off the floor helps create a sense of light and space in a room.
Whether your sofa is big or small, it’s important to think about how it fits in your space
Our sales advisors share their tips
Bright can be right in small spaces – try an accent chair in a jewel tone, such as our Peace range, to create a stunning focal point for your room.