9 ways to style your L-shaped or corner sofa


Do you have the misconception that L-shaped or corner sofas are old-fashioned? These gorgeous homes will change your mind.


An L-shaped sofa doesn’t need to be pushed into a corner. You can use its shape to zone a space; for example, the sofa below frames the living room.


When placed in the middle of a room, the back of the sofa also gives your sideboard something to rest against, other than a wall.


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A corner sofa can hide the clutter of powerpoints and all the cables connected to it!


With such a beautifully decorated living room, who wouldn’t want to lounge on a spacious L-shaped sofa?


L-shaped sofas come in many shapes and sizes. We like this classical, tufted fabric sofa!


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You can also use the length of your sofa to gauge how long and wide your wall-décor or shelving should be.


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This corner sofa is velvet and green – two bold elements that many homeowners are afraid to experiment with!


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What do you think of this blue-hued living room?


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We like how corner sofas allow for a cosy and comfy nook – these pillows make it even more inviting!


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