The Sixpenny Neva Sofa has everything you'd look for in a couch. It's slouchy yet structured, casual yet sophisticated, and equal parts comfortable and stylish. Don't get us wrong — we are totally in favor of investing in this sofa if it's within your budget. (Check out our product review.) However, with its two-seater starting at $2,599 and its beloved chaise sectional starting at $4,949, this purchase certainly isn't feasible for everyone. With that in mind, we rounded up nine similar models that embody everything we love about Sixpenny's elevated classic.
(Note: If you can support the original maker, we are always in favor of that, but if you're not able to splurge right now, here are our favorite budget buys.)
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Urban Outfitters really outdid itself with this nearly identical sofa. Between the flanged seams, low-profile design, plush back cushions, and killer price, the Maia Sofa is a serious no-brainer. Plus, it's available in four colors. (Note: Flanged seams refer to the extended strip of fabric that serves as a trim on the upholstery.)
Have your heart set on a sectional? We totally hear you. Luckily, the Maia comes in this L-shape version as well. Just like the traditional sofa above, it's offered in four upholstery shades: cream, green, mustard, and terra cotta.
Joss & Main's modular reversible sofa includes an armless chair, two corner chairs, and a roomy ottoman. The sustainably sourced set features a solid pine wood frame and stainless steel black-finished legs. Plus, the thick armrests add to its coziness. Shoppers rave that the "fabric is soft, cushion plush" and the "chair [is] very lightweight."
L-shape sofas aren't reserved for ultra-large living rooms. Keep it petite with this 84-inch modular best-seller from Albany Park that's plush, easy to assemble, and offered in nine stunning hues and fabrications, including a trending white boucle.
Handcrafted and made to order, Anthropologie's Meriwether Sofa represents customization at its finest. Choose from six fabrics, including velvet and linen, as well as six colorways. Plus, if you're in a hurry, Anthro often has a couple of premade, in-stock models that ship in two to four weeks.
Castlery couches never disappoint. The Verona's deep seats and low-slung frame make it the perfect spot for curling up and taking a nap. Plus, the sleek, brass-plated legs will add a little extra something-something to your living space.
Featuring flanged, down-filled back and seat cushions and a removable skirted slipcover, this West Elm beauty is stylish, comfy, and constructed to last. On a scale from one to five (five being the firmest), West Elm places the seat firmness at a one. Offered in four sizes and a variety of colors and fabrics, the perfect couch for your space awaits.
If you're all about customization, Interior Define is a go. Choose from dozens of fabric options in addition to depth, size, type of seat cushions, and cushion fill. You'll only be charged for what you want, making it a viable option at a variety of price points.
Latitude Run's double-cushioned masterpiece embodies modern farmhouse home decor at its finest. While this model strays the most from Sixpenny's design, it still features all of our favorite components from the Neva: its low-profile silhouette, iconic flanged seams, and thin arms.