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2024 Trends: Sofas

5 Living Room Sofa Trends to Watch in 2024

Sofas are having a moment. From cool and minimalist to cozy and cocooning, one of our home’s biggest investment pieces is the talk of the design word. The recent introduction of new shapes and silhouettes has been attributed to many things: an interest in vintage style, a Covid-era desire to cocoon in cozy and safe spaces, and our evolving tastes that reflect the way we live today: relaxed yet sophisticated, easy but still elegant. It’s the year of the sofa, so read on to discover the 5 trends shaping sofa designs in 2024.





Curvy, Sculptural Sofas

Shapely, organic sofas are a great way to bring a contemporary feel to your space. They also add a touch of softness after years of boxy sofa designs. Corner or circular sofas lend themselves to conversation circles and are ideal for entertaining or when watching movies at home. Their softness also adds a nice contrast to a room’s more angular architecture.




Modular Sofas

No other piece in your living room will offer the flexibility that a modular sofa will. Arrange it to seat two people or extend it into a vast L or U shape to accommodate a crowd. A modular sofa adapts to its surroundings and the evolving needs of the home. Move it around to suit your space – or your mood.




Low Profile Sofas

From big-name Italian furniture houses to mass brands, low-profile sofas are so 2024. Slick, cool and effortlessly elegant, they help a room feel more open. For those who appreciate everything vintage, they also evoke a 70s lounge vibe.



Rich, Saturated Colours

While earthy neutrals will always remain popular, there’s a growing interest in deep, saturated colours such as forest green, one of 2024’s hottest colours.

Investing in Quality

Mass-produced furniture has been popular for years due to a budget-friendly price point, but the fast furniture trend is being replaced by a  growing awareness of sustainability and the  environmental impact of disposable items. Expect to see a growing trend of investing in quality sofas made using recycled or upcycled materials, and that will have a lesser environmental footprint.

"For the next 25 years ahead, we are developing a new vision for sustainability based on designing for circularity and lengthening product lifespans.” - Ethnicraft