The Best Sofas Under $500
A sofa below $500? affirmative, it's doable. I set myself to the challenge of making a roundup of engaging sofas for fewer than $1,000 greenbacks, and was pleasantly stunned by variety of appealing choices I found. Therefore now I believe I’d up the ante a small amount, and drop the value even lower. Take a look at what I found.
1. LOGAN CORNER SOFA FABRIC JUMBO CORD
Logan corner sofa is designed for living well. With a jumbo-cord fabric design that not only adds texture and depth to your living spaces, but that stands up to whatever family life throws at it. This hardwearing and comfortable range is the perfect accent point for your modern home and is available in a range of neutral colours and functional seating options. Personalise this contemporary look with vibrant cushions and throws.
2. HUGO 3 SEATER SOFA CHENILLE FABRIC SCATTER BACK
The HUGO family has a large selection of 2-Seaters, 3-Seaters and Corner Sofas in a contemporary classic design. All are available in neutral and grey colour groups and additionally two variations of back types to satisfy the custom support you prefer. A hardworking neutral that adds layers of comfort and style to your modern home. Stretch out on movie night, curl up with a good book, or simply recharge after a tough day at work.
3. INDIANA 3 SEATER CUP HOLDER LEATHER SOFA BED
This indiana three-seater sofa bed has a click clack action, is comfortable and easy to adjust. When in sofa form, the arms can adjust into different positions The sofa provides convenient and comfortable seating for two people.
4. HILTON 3 SEATER PU FAUX LEATHER SOFA BED
This brand new faux leather Hilton sofa bed is available in black or brown high quality padded faux leather. The sofabed's unique feature is the adjustable cup holder arms. These can be set upright or flat and provide perfect comfort. The legs are powder coated. It would make a stunning addition to your home. It can be used in a bedroom or the living room and will provide an extra bed in your home. This sofa bed uses a click clack system.