1. Serena & Lily Spruce Street Sofa ($2,898)
For high-quality construction in an online sofa, no one tops Serena & Lily. Just be ready for a multiweek wait on orders, a no-return policy, and prices that run to $7,000 for Italian leather. Buy it at Serena & Lily.
2. Can Sofa by Hay Design ($2,695)
This innovative French-designed sofa is shipped in easy-to-assemble pieces and "takes cues from camping furniture, right down to the Coleman-esque canvas upholstery." The day bed–size seat cushion feels like a sturdy futon. Buy it at MoMa.
3. Joybird Briar Sleeper ($1,819)
"A do-it-all piece" from an online brand that really pays attention to build quality and value, this cushy sleeper delivers midcentury style, a range of fabric choices, and a 365-day return window. Buy it at Joybird.
4. One King's Lane Brooke Sofa ($2,395)
This sofa is "as comfy as it looks, with feather/down fill" and "super soft" velvet covering. Because it's also treated with a high-performance stain repellent, "it's a great option for pet owners." Buy it at One King's Lane.
5. Article Ceni ($999)
Article sofas excel at subtle midcentury style and "offer a solid mix of quality construction and comfort at a great price." You need to like firm cushions, though, and the Ceni itself sits fairly low. Buy it at Article.
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