We might be spoiled for choice here in the HB office, but we still have our sofa favourites. The HB team confess their couch crushes - and why they love them.
1. Neo sofa, King Living.
This stylish modular sofa gets HB editor Sarah Burman's tick of approval.
"I love collapsing on my couch at the end of the day. I saved up my pennies and bought it on sale about a year ago and I love it with all my heart."Sarah Burman
2. Maddox 2.5 seat sofa in Spectrum pumice, Freedom.
We love the gentle sloping arms, sleek profile and tapered legs as much as we like the price.
3. Andy sofa, Jardan.
The sumptuous profile of this luxe velvet sofa is reminiscent of the elegant art deco age.
"I love the rich luxuriousness of this fabric mixed with the perfect symmetry of the design"Wendy Moore
4. Carlo mid-century sofa in Dusty teal, West Elm.
With a nod to mid-century style, the teal tones bring this sofa bang up to date.
It's all about the Millennial pink, not to mention the deep seats and moveable back cushions.
"I can't believe it's Ikea. Love the colour, love the shape, love everything about this sofa."Jane Parbury
6. Sketch Algard 3 seater sofa, Globe West.
It's the high quality fabric combined with a sturdy build that makes this a 'forever' sofa.
7. Wegner 236 sofa, Great Dane.
An icon of the 21st century, this Hans Wegner sofa leads the way in enduring Scandinavian design.
"This is the ultimate Scandi statement piece"Christina Beischl
8. Dreamer velvet couch, Pop and Scott.
Available in a range of on-trend colours, this is a beautiful buy for those who want to support small Australian designers.
9. Wilfred sofa, Jardan.
The extra-generous soft cushioning on the arms and back makes this gorgeous sofa one to snuggle up in.
"Wilfred and I are best friends"Rachel Peters
10. Zaza sofa, King Living.
It's the flexibility of the modular design that makes this sleek design one of our favourites.
"I spotted the Zaza sofa when it launched at Denfair and it was love at first sight."Holly Byrne
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