Navy blue, it’s a beautiful intersection of feminine and masculine and almost basic enough to be a lush neutral. The perfect color for the king of the living room, the sofa. I’ve been searching high and low for some sofa options and below are the best contenders with their plush cushions and clean lines. I bet you’ll fall for navy too!
High: Jonathan Adler at $3700
I love it’s clean, modern lines, deep seats and you know you’re purchasing quality from Jonathan Adler. The dash of bright white on the legs makes this sofa so fresh. I could lounge in this sofa reading books all day.
Medium: HD Buttercup at $1700
The HD Buttercup is a great option at nearly half the price of the Jonathan Adler piece. The tufting is wonderful and the traditional chesterfield shape makes it an instant classic. Plus, the deeps seats make cuddling easy.
Medium: ZGallerie at $1300
Clean lines and nailhead trim make this a contender. It looks like you can take the back cushions off, which is nice when you need a bit more room, oh and the price is perfection.
This sofa has serious style at a seriously low price point. The color and tufting is delicious and the fact that it turns into a bed would be a great option for guest room / office combos. It is an online exclusive, meaning there’s no testing the comfort level before ordering, which could give you a bit of a pause as this may be just a fancy futon.
Emily Brophy says
So which one did you end up buying? We have Saltillo tile flooring in our great room and I think a navy blue sofa would be a gorgeous central piece to an otherwise neutral room and pair well with the orange-y red.
Barbara Marrin says
I've always loved navy blue sofa's. They aren't easy to come by now, with neutrals and black taking the forefront in furniture. I've accepted the fact that I have to find a second hand sofa that has 'good bones' in interior construction and have it re-upholstered in MY choice of fabrics. Blue is a neutral just like beige or slate grey and will complement traditional homes/decor just as well as grey, oatmeal or black. Blue fits in modern, traditional and transitional decor settings depending on the style of the sofa itself. I'll be much happier when blue and/or navy re-enter the marketplace. I did the same with two Queen Anne type recliners, they were in great shape construction, but I didn't care for the peach upholstery. At $350.00 for the pair, I could afford having both re-upholstered for an additional $200.00 each and have a custom set for our home.