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The concept of a sofa both stylish and inexpensive sounds like an oxymoron, but it doesn’t have to be. It just takes some digging—and we did it for you. Team Domino found a convertible futon in a pale pink linen that easily wipes clean with a cloth, a slipcovered score that’s both comfy and machine washable, and—for the frequent movers—a two-seater that packs up neatly into a box. The best news: They’re all less than $1,500. ’Tis the season for curling up in comfort with a good book or your new favorite Netflix series.  

If You Want to Spend $500

Whether you favor a minimalist design (with a built-in table for your snacks) or something more in line with what your grandma would have (read: skirted and made for napping), we’ve found an option for you. 

If You Want to Spend $800

A white sofa is timeless, but no one said that has to mean boring; bring in some texture with a rattan-backed settee. Though if neutrals aren’t your cup of tea, these mossy and sage green picks will liven up any space. 

If You Want to Spend $1,000

Go luxe with Interior Define’s burgundy velvet treat (don’t worry; it’s a performance fabric that’s both kid- and pet-friendly) or, if it’s going to be a tight squeeze, check out Burrow’s charcoal love seat. It folds up neatly, making moving day a breeze. 

If You Want to Spend $1,500

Think of your sofa as the jewel of your living room: Crate&Barrel’s long, tufted piece is made for family movie nights, while Anthropologie’s extra-plushy love seat is destined for a sunroom or country-chic cottage.

Introducing Domino’s new podcast, Design Time, where we explore spaces with meaning. Each week join editor-in-chief Jessica Romm Perez along with talented creatives and designers from our community to explore how to create a home that tells your story. Listen now and subscribe for new episodes every Thursday.