Placement: Locate Your Angles

You basically have two choices when it comes to having two couches in one area: position them facing each other across the space, or alongside each other at a ideal angle. Two couches coming together on a corner brings immediate coziness around a TV set or fireplace, while confronting couches might be better suited to entertaining and more formal dialog clusters. Knowing what will work best for your area is key to creating the two sofa seem good for you. (And don’t forget: you can always rearrange it afterwards!)
Choice 1: 2 Sofas Facing Each Other
For this living space, the Austin Design Crew utilized two matching Andes Sofas facing each other, then anchored the space using two leather Lucas Swivel Chairs on the opposite end. See more here.
Option 2: Two Sofas at a Ideal Angle

Safas coming with all the corner create this magnificent lofted living space in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, feel homey and inviting.
Color Combos: Mix or Match
If you’re starting from scratch and opting to get a super-polished, cohesive appearance, buying two matching sofas might be a good thing to do. It’s a nice alternative to some classic sectional, particularly if you feel as if you might want to play around with the positioning. Think you’d rather mix it up? That works too! For a foolproof way to make it look cohesive, try pairing a light colored leather couch with neutral-colored fabric sofa in a similar style. Odds are you already have one or the other, so if you are just looking to add a second couch to the mix on your living space, you’re already halfway there!
Choice 1: Match Your Sofas

Pairing fitting sofas in an L-shape matches a large living space and is a great method to create the illusion of a sectional, but still have the versatility of individual couches, based on Fight Stylist Andrew Webb from the Greensboro Design Crew, that worked on this home in North Carolina. These fitting Mid-Century Monroe Chaise Loungers are immediately glam in this Palm Springs Design Crew job. See more here.
Choice 2: Choose Sofa That is Leather, One That’s Not
In this 1930’s Charleston home, pillows that match help pull these couches together. See more here.
In this Cincinnati home, the proprietor’s green couch matches the plants along with the leather Axel Sofa matches the corgi!
The Woven Pixel Rug goes the excess mile to tie these sofas collectively in this Kansas City home. See more here.