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Chesterfield Loveseats

One of our most admired styles, the Chesterfield loveseat is the perfect sofa for cosy nights in. These intimate 1.5-seater sofas have just enough room for two to cuddle on and they’re the ideal choice for when space is limited.

Explore our exquisite collection of Chesterfield loveseats today to find a beautiful new addition to your home.

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Here at Sofas by Saxon, we have an unrivalled collection of Chesterfield loveseats for you to explore, lovingly handcrafted by our team of experts in our Lancashire workshop.

The perfect fit for two, or the ultimate relaxation experience for one, 1.5-seater sofas are incredibly popular in homes across the country. The compact style is ideal for when you’re looking for a sofa for a small space, or simply as a statement piece in addition to your existing furniture.

Once you have chosen your cuddle sofa style, our expert team will craft your new piece of furniture with the utmost attention to detail and your exact requirements. You can choose from any of our premium fabrics and leather, or even supply us with your own to create a bespoke snuggle sofa for your home.

Get in touch with us today to discuss your requirements and allow us to turn your dream into a reality.

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What is a Loveseat?

Loveseats (or cuddle sofas, as they are often referred to), are 1.5-seater sofas that have been designed for two people to snuggle upon. They are in-between a sofa and an armchair, making them the perfect addition to any living room.

What Size is a Loveseat?

Standard loveseats measure around 52-inches wide, however, this can vary slightly depending on the style. Our Knightbridge loveseat, for example, is a comfortable 55-inches wide!

Why is it Called a Loveseat?

You may be wondering why a 1.5-seater sofa is often called a loveseat. The name ‘loveseat’ originated from the 19th century, when these ‘oversized chairs’ were taken advantage of for courting, allowing couples to sit very close together without it being deemed indecent.