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Design Your Perfect Sofa at Bassett Furniture

Find the perfect new addition to your home decor from Bassett Furniture's incredible collection of elegant living room sofas and comfortable sofas. Whether you're searching for a brilliant accent piece to be the defining room element or a tasteful compliment to an existing aesthetic, you couldn't have chosen a better destination to shop for your next sofa.

Sofa Styles And Designs

Choose from our wide selection of styles, fabrics, shapes, and finishes. Our designers are constantly working on great new sofa ideas to add to our stable of finely crafted sofas for sale. From formal and traditional to casual and contemporary, you'll find a varied selection of sofas that span the design spectrum. You can read more about sectional sofa shapes and configurations, and sectional vs. sofa comparisons in our blog. There's something to satisfy every taste.

Sofas with Unmatched Comfort

No matter what material or style you choose from, each of our sofas is designed to provide you with maximum comfort. To help ensure this level of comfort and luxury, we fit each of our sofas with channeled polyester fill-back cushions, encased pillow cores, and fully upholstered cushions and arms. We also have office sofas to add style and comfort to your workspace as well.

Durable Sofas Built To Last

The men and women who build Bassett sofas continue to strive to meet and exceed the commitment to quality that has characterized the Bassett tradition for over 100 years. Our craftsmen are meticulous from end to end, from assembling the frame to stitching the material. To help ensure high performance, longevity, and maximum support, we make each Bassett sofa with drop-in coil or sinuous wire foundations, thicker laminated hardwood, and an interlocking frame design.

Fabric Sofas

To match your tastes and preferences, you can choose from a wide range of colors, textures, and performance fabrics. With hundreds of fabrics to choose from and various design styles, your options are nearly endless when customizing a fabric sofa.

Leather Sofas

With their classic look that continues to add character even as they age, there are few furniture pieces as timeless as a leather sofa. With several finishes and leather types, ranging from full-grain to gently polished, we can help you find the perfect leather sofa for your next home décor project.

Sleeper Sofas and Reclining Sofas

On top of the luxury style Bassett is known for, our sleeper sofas and reclining sofas provide extra comfort and versatility. Whether you want to nap with your feet up on a weekend afternoon or need a comfortable multifunctional piece in your bonus room for guests, we can help you find a sleeper sofa, leather, or fabric reclining sofa that's just right for you.

Loveseats and Sofas for Small Spaces

If you need a loveseat to accompany your sofa or want a smaller sofa to fit your apartment or studio loft, Bassett has numerous styles and sizes of loveseats, small sleeper sofas, and sofas for small spaces to choose from to fit your space and style.

Which Size Sofa Should You Buy?

The average size of a sofa is from 5' to 6' wide and 32" to 40" in height. A good rule of thumb is to allow one foot of space around your sofa to accommodate traffic and legroom.

If you're looking for a sofa that will grant you a little more sitting space than average, you can opt for something longer from 87 " to 100" or go extra-long one with a length of over 100". A standard sofa measures 25" deep, although most sofas have a depth ranging from 22" to 26".

Sofa Widths

Even though most sofas have a width between 70" and 96", a standard three-seater sofa measures between 70" and 87" in length. The average and most common sofa length is 84".

Sofa Heights

Sofa height is the distance from the ground to the back top of a sofa; this can range from 26" to 36" in height. The high-back sofas are structured with a traditional back angle, while low-back sofas feature a modern style, usually at a different angle.

Sofa Seat Depths

Sofa seat depth is the distance between the seat's front edge to the seat's backside. A standard depth is around 25" on average, although most sofas range from 22" to 26". For average-height individuals, the standard depth of 20" to 25" works great, whereas taller individuals may find best results with a little more depth. Deep-seat sofas have a seat depth of 28" and 35," while extra-deep ones have seat depths over 35". Read more in our blog about the depth of your sofa.

Make Your Own Custom Sofa

At Bassett Furniture, we want you to love your new sofa, not just like it. But, if you just can't settle on one of our existing leather or fabric sofa models, you can also customize one to your heart's content – or even create one from scratch.

We believe that empowering you to tailor or custom design your sofa will help you reach that ultimate level of enjoyment. Take as much or as little control as you'd like in designing your perfect sofa. Our in-house design consultants will help you through every phase of the process.

Visit a Bassett Furniture Store

There are so many excellent sofa options to consider, and the Bassett Furniture website is a great place to begin your search. To appreciate the unbelievable comforts and the fine craftsmanship of our sofas, however, we recommend you experience our store in person by visiting a Bassett Furniture store near you.

F.A.Q.s Related to Sofas

How long do fabric sofas last?

Generally, the fabric will be the determining factor in how long a fabric sofa lasts. In other words, you're more likely to see rips and tears in fabric than have actual structural issues with the frame of a sofa. But thanks to new performance fabrics and other modern materials, a fabric sofa can last upwards of 15 years when cared for correctly.

Which color sofa should I buy?

The color of your sofa can vary widely based on taste and the style of your space. For some, having a sofa that matches everything else is the goal. However, often the best combinations of colors are across from one another on the color spectrum. If you need help finding the perfect sofa color for your space, our interior design consultants are standing by to help you create the perfect look.

How long should a good leather sofa last?

It depends on the quality of the leather sofa you buy, both in the leather and frame construction. A well-built piece of leather furniture can last upwards of 25 years if cared for properly. With that said, your leather furniture pieces could easily become multigenerational heirlooms to pass down in your family.

Is a leather sofa better than a fabric sofa?

Whether or not a leather sofa is better than fabric is all up to personal preference. For some spaces, the leather may clash with the other styles in the room. So in this situation, a fabric sofa may be better because of the variety of colors and patterns available. However, we have multiple leather color options as well, and if leather is your style and fits your space, who are we to tell you which is better? But you can visit our blog to read more about what our designers consider the most durable sofa.

Are leather sofas worth it?

It depends on who you ask, as there is no accounting for personal taste. However, to those who love leather sofas, there's no comparison. Leather sofa connoisseurs love their modern appeal, an upholstery surface that's cool to the touch, and long-lasting durability. If this sounds like you, then we think a leather sofa would undoubtedly be worth it!

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