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4 Furniture solutions to make your home feel more intimate

Creating a space that feels homely and inviting is easy with the right furniture pieces, all you need to look out for is furniture that make you feel good and that is supremely comfortable.

Have a look at our top picks of furniture items that are perfect for intimate living.

Ultimate comfort

Probably one of the most comfortable sofas yet, with a cleverly designed backrest that extends backward for deeper seating. The Belmont is available as a comfy armchair or a spacious sofa.

View our collection of comfortable sofas here.


Do you occasionally have a friend or relative who enjoys spending the night? Make them feel welcome by adding a sleeper couch to your space, the Hampstead sleeper couch is perfect – adding function to a small space without compromising on style or comfort.

View more sleeper couch options here.

Sit back and relax

The Michigan is the ultimate relaxation chair, perfect for those lazy Sunday afternoons or a movie night with the kids. This spacious leisure chair will make your space look and feel more inviting.

Michigan leisure chair

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Personal connections

Looking for a way to get the family together? Dine in style with a few Claremont dining armchairs and the Salisbury dining table, forget eating in front of the TV – encourage conversation and create personal connections with a specially defined area for dining.

Claremont dining armchair

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Read more: How to make your space feel more intimate (and why it’s important)

“A house without an intimate touch is not a home, but merely a shell that you live in.”

When you walk into your home you should feel welcome and be able to relax. Furniture plays a big role in creating a space that you feel comfortable in, with the right pieces you can encourage conversation, add a warm and inviting atmosphere and much more.

The one thing to remember is that you should always be the one making the final decision on what furniture and decor you buy – because you will be the one who has to live with it.