Do you want a vintage-looking tufted green velvet sofa without having to search second hand stores to find one that actually looks cool? This Midcentury couch has that antique look, yet the velvet is not worn out. (Plus, you get a super comfy memory foam fill!)
Note: Having said that, I must mention that this futon bed only measures 73″ in length and 44″ wide. Therefore, it doesn’t provide a great guest bed for tall people. Plus, one person will sleep more comfortably than 2.
Green Velvet Sofas Compared:
Compared to other Midcentury style sofas like West Elm’s Crosby Sofa, the Novogratz can save you over $1,000.
In addition, Crate and Barrel has an olive velvet tufted sofa that costs over $2,000!
Granted, both of these brand-name furnishings are 1-2 feet longer in length. (Think of them more like 3-seater sofas as compared to the 2-seater Novogratz Tallulah.) Plus, they use high-end designers and upgraded materials – but how much money do you want to spend?
However, the Novogratz Tallulah has a Multi-Functional Design…
Although the chic Tallulah may seem “cheap” compared to these more expensive versions, it does offer some distinct advantages. For example, you can use it as a guest bed. In addition, it features a “split-back” design, which enables you to recline both sides of the couch separately.
And, you might prefer a smaller, more compact sofa for your living room anyways. Large furniture can sometimes overwhelm average-sized rooms or block walkways. Not to mention that smaller couches can be easier to move and sometimes more convenient.
Specs for the Green Velvet Sofa Futon:
- Futon Dimensions: 83″ Long x 33.5″ Wide x 32.5″ Tall
- Sleeping Dimensions: 73″ Long x 44″ Wide x 11.5″ Tall
- Weight: 116 lbs
- Color Options: Green, Blue, Grey, Light Pink
- Frame Material: Wood
- Sofa Fill: High Density Memory Foam
- Upholstery: Button-Tufted Velvet
- Weight Capacity: 600 lbs
- Model #: 2144979N
- Manufacturer: Dorel Home Products 1-800-267-1739
- Assembly Required (Minimal)
- Buy the Green Velvet Futon Here
Green Velvet Sofa Color:
The green velvet fabric looks more like a darker olive color rather than a light kelly or lime green. Some might call it moss, forest or hunter green.
In addition, you may want to check out the Novogratz tufted vintage sofa.
It comes in a deep emerald green, however, the upholstery fabric is velour rather than velvet.
It has a very similar design and size, but the back is curved and the color is slightly different than the Tallulah Futon Sofa.
I think plush, green sofas look great in libraries and home offices. In addition, colorful sofas and chairs can act as powerful statement pieces in more neutral, contemporary or modern homes.
Plus, their antique style lends them well to shabby chic, eclectic or even more traditional interiors. They can go from casual to elegant and everything in between.