Make no mistake about it: right now, less is more. With the resurgence of love for the mid-century modern movement and all its airborne simplicity, not to mention the financial realities of the times in which we live, small is now big. With that said, today’s roundup of love seats brings an artful touch to the classic sofa, making each curve mean just a little bit more since there’s less space to work with to begin with. Love seats, in and of themselves, are sort of like the little black dress of decorating: all built on the same foundation, they can go in a zillion directions… but sometimes the most beautiful ones are also the most basic. Unlike the little black dress, though, these sofas built for two come in an array of bombastic colors — all the more perfect for adding a measured pop of color to a small space that could use a little character.
The Calypso Lounge Chair by Jon Goulder
Midcentury Modern Loveseat by William Haines
The Alcove Love Seat by Bouroullec
The Aria Love Seat by Haiku Design
The Arissa Loveseat by KI
The Exposition Loveseat by Alphaville
The J Loveseat by Colber
The Jane Loveseat by Gus
The Villa Loveseat by Baker
Union Jack Loveseat by Zuo Modern
Union Jack love seat found at Zuo Modern.