Sunsets, autumn leaves and citrus fruits – what do they all have in common? Orange, of course. And we love this colour when it comes to creating a statement space. An orange sofa is an invigorating addition to any living room, whatever the season. If you aren't sure how to add such a bright piece to your lounge, don't worry, we've got all the tips you need to make it work for you. So, whether you're after those hotel-at-home vibes with Tuscan orange or you want to go all out with a tangerine orange sofa bed, our talented MADE Studio team have created something for everyone, and every home. Go on, have a scroll.
Colour combinations MADE easy
You'll be surprised at the number of shades that pair well with orange. Opposites attract, so if you're creating a blue and orange living room, you've made a great choice as blue is this colour's counterpart. Opt for a burnt orange sofa to team with blue floor coverings or drapes to achieve instant impact. Jewel tones like red, green and purple make for a rich, vibrant space, so choose textiles in deeply pigmented tones that will bring out the best in your orange sofa. If you're going with a pastel scheme, try a seat in dusty apricot. And if industrial's your thing, take a look at our sofa beds in retro neon shades.
Go from seat to snooze in seconds
If you're in the market for an orange sofa bed, you've come to the right place. Look out for click-clack sofa beds and nifty fold-out designs – simply unfold, flip out the legs and you're good to settle in. If you're exploring studio-suitable options and put-me-ups, choose a compact style to convert to your bed at sleep time. You can even find single sofa beds that go from comfy armchair to snooze-worthy single bed in next to no time.
The answer to luxe lounging? Velvet
Super-soft velvet is just as good to look at as it is to touch, so we think it's the ultimate, luxe furnishing fabric. If you go for one of our velvet orange sofas, you may want to cancel your plans – you won't want to leave your perch. Look out for boxy sofa beds from single to large double sizes, as well as curvy, Art Deco-inspired pieces with brushed brass legs and matching velvet cushions. And if you've got plenty of space, consider a corner unit with Chesterfield-style buttons, an elegant wooden trim and so much room for all the family.