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2 Seater Sofas

The 2 seater sofa is a smaller sofa available in a wide selection of fabric types, ranging from opulent damasks and modern geometrics to bold colours and subdued plains, as well as aniline and top grain leathers.  They also come in a selection of traditional and modern styles to suit all manner of living rooms.  Some are casual for everyday use, while others are showstopping living room centrepieces.

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Why should you choose a two seater sofa?

The 2 seater is a highly versatile form of seating which suits a variety of rooms thanks to its smaller dimensions.  A more compact sofa than the 3 or 4 seater, a 2 seater sofa is a good choice for a smaller living room or for adding comfortable seating to other areas of the home such as the playroom, conservatory or guest room.  A small settee can also form part of a living room set in a larger lounge.

What are the different styles of 2 seater sofa?

The two seater sofa is also versatile in its style and functionality, with different models including useful or attractive design features to suit various requirements and types of décor.

2 seater recliner

A 2 seater recliner sofa can be a useful way to incorporate comfort and relaxation into a small space, since its footrest folds away to make additional room.  An excellent way to unwind, recliners range from a simple reclining back and footrest to power recliners that can be adjusted to the millimetre to meet your comfort needs.

Manual recliners are cheaper and cheaper to maintain because their parts cost less to replace.  Power recliners require less lower body strength to close and have greater longevity because they are opened and closed in a controlled way.

Button back 2 seater sofa

A button back 2 seat sofa exudes classic style.  Not only is it a popular style for traditional sofas, it’s a favourite amongst classic contemporary range as well, which use its sophisticated look to outstanding effect.

Pillow back 2 seater sofa

The pillow back is a cosy and comfortable alternative to a standard back sofa.  Its well-stuffed cushions offer plenty of support and also add a splash of colour and interest to the room, often coming in an assortment of hues and materials.

Contemporary 2 seater sofa

A contemporary style sofa takes up less room thanks to its more minimalist design, sometimes incorporating space-saving straight or slender arms to maximise seating room.  Some opt for a smart, ultra-modern design with timeless appeal, while others match current trends with angled arms and feet or a stylish curved back.

High back 2 seater sofa

High back 2 seater sofas offer even more spinal support than a pillow back and require less maintenance.  These sofas are associated with a more traditional look and are also suitable for more formal occasions.

2 seater sofa beds

A 2 seater sofa bed is an excellent choice for a smaller home as it provides an extra place to sleep guests if you don’t have a guest bedroom.  Make sure to check the measurements for the entire sofa bed before purchasing, to ensure you can fold out the bed completely in your room of choice.

What fabrics are available?


A 2 seater fabric sofa boasts three key benefits: temperature regulation, choice and cost.  Though it of course depends on the fabrics you choose, a fabric sofa will generally come at a lower price point to a leather sofa.  As fabric also comes in patterns, there’s a wealth of additional options available to suit your room.  Finally, fabrics regulate temperature better than leather, making them cooler in summer and warmer in winter.


The epitome of sleek sophistication, a 2 seater leather sofa has timeless style.  Though it comes with a bigger price tag than fabric, a top grain leather will pay for itself as it requires less maintenance, being easy to wipe over with a cloth when spills occur.  If you favour a uniform look, a top grain leather will also show less variation in colour.

By contrast, aniline leathers are more expensive but come with the most prestige for their natural quality.  Aniline leathers show more colour variation, giving every single sofa a distinctive, one-of-a-kind quality.  Aniline leathers feel and look fantastic, but require more upkeep than top grain leathers.

Children and pets

Family life can place extra pressures on your sofa, so it’s always a good idea to plan ahead when picking your sofa colour.  A mid-blue or grey 2 seater sofa won’t show stains as clearly as other colours, particularly light colours, allowing your sofa to last a bit longer.  Patterns are also a useful option in this regard.  These options are useful not only for the living room but for also for playrooms.

If you’re a pet lover, it might be worth trying to match your sofa colour to your pet’s hair or fur as this will make the sofa lower maintenance.

Making an impression versus everyday comfort

Bold colours or more traditional sofa styles such as the chesterfield come into their own when wowing guests.  That said, it can be wearying to walk into the same bright colour scheme on a daily basis, and some contemporary and traditional sofas prioritise style over comfort.  As such, they are best kept in less-frequented rooms used primarily for entertaining.

For daily use, it’s wise to pick a more subdued colour that will relax you after a long day at work and is easier on the eye.  The Reiko Fabric Sofa comes in a range of soothing greys and neutral tones.

Changing with the times

Some customers like to switch styles frequently.  This can be managed by buying a cheap small sofa that’s more cost effective to replace.  However, an alternative is to purchase something in a neutral colour which can suit a wide variety of furnishings.  Whenever you feel like giving the room a makeover, you can use throws and cushions to switch things up, rather than replacing the whole sofa.

What are the dimensions of a two seater sofa?

There is no straight answer to this question, as sofa sizes vary from style to style and even from model to model.   Roughly speaking, you can expect a 2 seater sofa to be anywhere between 140cm and 200cm.

If you fall in love with one of our sofas, please take care to check the dimensions before committing, and ensure it can fit not only in your room of choice but through your doorways for delivery purposes.

Though every sofa is unique, traditional high back sofas like the Parker Knoll Albany tend to be small, making it easier to get in and out of them.

Classic contemporary sofas can vary tremendously, but tend to feature a lower back that makes them appear daintier, as with the Toni Midi Sofa.  Angled legs and button backs are popular features of this sofa style.

Modern sofas like the Natuzzi Editions Alvia may have imposing dimensions to impress and provide a focal point for a big living space.

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