11 Most Pinterest-Worthy Corner Sofas To Shop Now – From John Lewis To Soho Home

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best corner sofas

by Ruby Barry |
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If you've been Pinterest mood-boarding your dream living room since 2010 (guilty), there's no doubt that you're constantly on the lookout for the best corner sofas to complete your relaxation sanctuary. Corner sofas, also known as L-shape sofas, are one of the best styles of sofa to add to your living room thanks to the utter comfort they provide, and incredible design. If you choose the right one, that is.

Much like the trending bouclé sofa, corner sofas are a home decor staple, and have become a preference for those looking to stylishly fill the corner of their living room. Why? Well, most importantly, they look good. Particularly styles from designer brands such as Soho Home, and Swoon, as well as old faithful brands such as John Lewis, which offer sofas that perfectly balance style and practically, and are guaranteed to to see us through the next hundred years (at least).

Best corner sofas at a glance:

Editor's choice: Odell Modular Corner Sofa, £9,075 on Soho Home

Best corner sofa for a large space: Aspen Large Corner Sofa, £2,699 on Marks & Spencer

Best velvet corner sofa: Dunelm Zoe Velvet Corner Chaise, £999 on Dunelm

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Wondering whether an L-shape sofa is the best choice for your home? Corner sofas are most suited to informal living rooms, as they're perfect for lounging and embarking on a five-hour Netflix binge. Due to their size, we recommend placing a corner sofa in a larger living room to avoid crowding, but they're also great if you're dealing with an awkwardly shaped space as they can fit perfectly in a corner.

From stylish designer options from Soho Home to budget-friendly picks from Argos, Grazia's guide to the best corner sofas is the only place you need to shop online. Look out for plenty of sofa deals below where you can get great discounts on the original price thanks to spring savings.

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Editor's Choice

Soho Home, Odell Modular Corner Sofasoho home

Fully upholstered in rich velvet, this modular style from Soho Home allows you to configure the size and orientation of your individual living space with four modules, including a corner module.


  • Unique cut-out arch back
  • Available in ten colours
  • Feather-wrapped foam cushions


  • Assembly required

Best corner sofa for a large space

M&S Aspen Large Corner SofaM&S
Price: £2,099 (was £2,699)


Everyone dreams of a cosy L-couch, and M&S's best-selling Aspen sofa has hit the nail on the head. Available in three fillings - bounceback, relaxed feather or relaxed fibre, you can customise the fabric and look of this sectional as much as you like. The deep seats mean you can properly curl up, and the wide square arms lend themselves well to the contemporary design.


  • Customisable colours and filling
  • Deep seats for extra comfort


  • No other configurations available

Best curved corner sofa

Heal's Lilli Left Hand Curved Corner Sofaheal's

The curvier the sofa, the more futuristic your living room will look. Live in 2084 with Heal's Lilli sofa, available in a variety of fabric types, such as velvet, linen, cotton or (our favourite) bouclé.


  • Created exclusively for Heal’s by Danish design studio Says Who
  • Available in all Heal’s upholstery fabrics
  • Hassle-free returns


  • Delivery fee for orders under £5000

Best budget corner sofa

Argos, Habitat Joshua Self Assembly Left Hand Corner Sofa - Greyargos

If you're looking to buy an L-sofa but don't have the luxury of space, Habitat's Joshua sofa is a great choice. Featuring a simplistic Scandi design, and soft-touch fabric, this is the best option for everyday seating. It's available in light grey, charcoal and blue to suit every home and style.


  • Other configurations and colours available
  • Space-saving and affordable
  • Delivered in just one box, and easy to assemble


  • Hinges not super high quality

Best retro corner sofa

Orla Kiely Ivy Fabric Right-Hand Corner Sofa barker & stonehouse
Price: £2,579 (was £3,039)


The Orla right-hand corner sofa is straight out of the '70s, available in a right or left-hand configuration. Available in a spectrum of impressive hues, this gorgeous retro number by Orla Kiely brings together comfort, quality and character.


  • Two complimentary scatter cushions
  • Subtle buttonless tufting
  • For every delivery, a tree is planted to offset carbon emissions


  • Covers can only be professionally cleaned

Best velvet corner sofa

Dunelm Zoe Velvet Corner Chaisedunelm

Featuring soft velvet upholstery, piped edging and tufted seats, the Zoe sofa combines vintage and contemporary styling flawlessly. The corner shape makes it easy to put your feet up after a long day and enjoy the softness of the foam-filled cushions.


  • Available in five colours
  • Under £1000 mark


  • Quiet firm, so not as comfortable as other options

Best leather corner sofa

Habitat, Salisbury Leather Right Hand Corner Sofa - Tanhabitat

If you can't resist the look of leather, the Habitat corner sofa is beautifully crafted using top-quality Italian semi-aniline leather. The only assembly required is to slot the backrests on. Simple as.


  • Easy assembly
  • Subtle creasing gives this corner sofa a timeless distressed finish
  • 10-year frame guarantee


  • No faux leather option

Best patterned corner sofa

Soho Home, Vivienne Modular Corner Sofa, Sampfordsoho home

The eighth floor at White City House inspires the Vivienne modular sofa, a perfect solution if you're looking for a patterned style. Upholstered in woven jacquard, it features pleated stitch detailing, cylindrical legs and a wraparound back.


  • Available as a three-seater and four-seater
  • Frame made from hardwood


  • Spot-clean only

Best minimalist corner sofa

Dusk, Hampshire Left Hand Corner Sofa - Beigedusk
Price: £849 (was £1,199)


Go full Molly-Mae Hague with your living room and reel it back to minimalism. A classic piece of furniture with soft, natural lines and a timeless, traditional feel, the Hampshire Corner sofa will blend perfectly into any interior.


  • Great value for money
  • Premium textured weave fabric
  • Over 700 positive reviews


  • Not as plush/comfortable as other options

Best John Lewis corner sofa

John Lewis Retreat RHF 5+ Seater Corner End Sofa, Metal Legjohn lewis

There's nothing quite as good as a John Lewis sofa, so if you've got the room, opt for the dramatic retreat five plus seater. Its comfort is achieved through a foam core and duck feather topper that gives supportive yet luxurious comfort.


  • The Retreat range offers refined aesthetics with contemporary chrome feet adding to its design credentials
  • 67 fabrics and colours available
  • More than 20 quality checks


  • None!

Are corner sofas still on trend?

Speaking to Sarah Link, marketing director at furniture retailer La Redoute, she explained 'With sofa trends continuously evolving, the current sofa-scape is a reflection of timeless design and innovative features that can become the perfect addition to every home.

'Sofas are now taking centre stage in our living spaces, with modular sections multiplying and the armchair being swapped for the loveseat. It’s clear that consumers are basking in the joy of lounging. The trending sofa shapes of 2024 are a combination of classic and contemporary influences, with the corner sofa predicted to be the most popular.

'When it comes to shape, modular sofas, such as the [So’Home Florence Scatterback Woven Right Facing Corner Sofa & Footstool]{href='https://www.laredoute.co.uk/ppdp/prod-350265325.aspx' target='_blank' rel='noreferrer noopener sponsored nofollow'} remain high in demand due to its easy-to-handle components, allowing for customisable arrangements that adjust well to various room layouts.

'Additionally, rounded and curved designs are making a comeback this year, showcasing a softer look and feel to a room, as well as encouraging a sense of comfort and warmth.'

Do corner sofas come in two parts?

Most corner sofas come in two parts for easy transportation but always check on the page what the transit details are. Link continues, 'Corner sofas coming in two parts offer versatility that traditional one-piece designs may lack. The ability to separate the sofa into two sections allows for easier transportation, especially in homes with narrow entrances such as hallways. Moreover, it can simplify maintenance by allowing each section to be moved individually, making it easier to access and clean hard-to-reach areas.'

'Overall, corner sofas with two parts are a practical choice for those seeking convenience and adaptability in their living spaces.'

Ruby Barry is a Product Writer for Grazia, specialising in fashion and beauty. She loves finding dupes for clothes worn in TV & film and is currently binge-watching Succession.

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