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Top Sofa and Chair Trends Arriving in 2021

As we say goodbye to what has been a strange and, dare we say it, unprecedented year for many, the New Year brings with it a feeling of positivity, of starting a new chapter and hopefully a return to some form of normality. And with any new year, comes a look at what we can expect from the next 12 months, including what interior trends are most likely to come our way.



After 2020 saw the popularity of velvet sofas continue at pace, alongside Tuxedo Sofas, deep-seated sofas, and the dominance of pink sofas, what living room trends have the potential to take centre stage this year?

If you intend to revamp your living space, here’s a look at the top sofa and chair trends coming our way in 2021.

Duresta Lansdown Sofa

Country Living Room

Given we’ve all spent a LOT more time at home in 2020, 2021 is all about making sure that our time at home is a relaxing, enjoyable experience. A lot can be said for bringing the outdoors in, whether that’s through house plants and greenery, creating a biophilic design, or through the creation of a country living room aesthetic. For instance, a country-style sofa with a modern twist, like the Duresta Landsdowne Sofa, will undoubtedly prove favourable this year.

large sofa in crushed green velvet


Styles and trends may change but the one thing that remains is that your sofa will always draw the eye, as it is usually the main piece of furniture in your living space. And some like that piece of furniture to make a real statement.

The good news is that in 2021, grandeur is still very much on the table! Velvet is going nowhere, with rich, sumptuous colours like blues and greens looking to be the colours of choice for many. With deep-seated sofas also still predicted to be popular, sofas like the Holland ticks’ numerous boxes, with its deep cushions and velvet fabric options.


With our homes doubling up as offices and schools in 2020, furniture has had to work overtime, with flexibility and storage proving high on the list of priorities for many looking to add to their furniture collection in 2021.

Whether it’s a footstool that offers vital storage like the Darwin footstool, or a chaise like the Launceston, which provides space underneath for you to store items, having a functional piece of furniture with that extra bit of room can make all the difference.


Vintage interiors haven’t ever really gone away, and 2021 will see vintage style continue to play a key role for many when it comes to interior styling. Self-expression is the order of the day this year whereby adding a few vintage pieces helps create a sense of individuality. For those looking at vintage sofas, Chesterfield styles such as the Paisley offer that level of detail with rounded edges, synonymous with eras gone by.



Incorporating stylish accents into your home can help shape your aesthetic. Whether you like the idea of a metal sofa, with metal legs or prefer a more natural style with wooden legs, you can look at using these accents in other areas of your living space, with the likes of your coffee table, television stand and lamps.

Ultimately, 2021 is the year to make the most of any insights learned while being at home in 2020 and utilise them to make choices suitable for your lifestyle. Whether that’s choosing modular sofas, which can change the layout according to the situation, deep-seated sofas which you can sink into after a stressful day, or a sumptuous velvet sofa because you want your lounge to offer that something extra, the choice is yours.