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The 8 Best Slipcovers of 2021

Final Verdict

For a standard sofa, the Easy-Going 4-Piece Soft Stretch Couch Cover (view on Amazon) is an unbeatable option, as it provides a neat, defined look and allows you to wash individual cushion covers if they ever get dirty. If you're hoping to cover a sectional, the Subrtex 2-Piece Sofa Cover (view on Overstock) will fit most L-shaped couches.

Material

The main appeal of a slipcover is its durability, so you'll want to look for one that's made with easy-care materials. Popular options include cotton, polyester, canvas, denim, and linen. Polyester and microfiber slipcovers are typically the least expensive options, while linen, denim, and canvas tend to be priced a bit higher. Cotton and linen have a breezy, more casual look, while canvas and denim are more heavy duty and are best for pet owners or those with kids.

Fit

Consider how you want your slipcover to fit, as the fit directly impacts the aesthetics. Traditional slipcovers come in one piece that cover the entire sofa and aren't exactly the most stylish options. Other slipcovers come in multiple pieces, with additional covers for cushions. This makes the overall appearance much more cohesive, though it is a bit harder to put on and take off because it's not just one piece.

Care

The most important part of a slipcover? Ease of care. Make sure you choose a slipcover that's machine-washable. Plus, how often you'll need to wash it will influence the material and fit you choose. Slipcovers for furniture pieces that aren't used very often can be a lighter weight and come in multiple pieces, while frequently used slipcovers should be a heavier weight and be easy to take on and off.

FAQ

  • To properly measure your piece of furniture for a slipcover, start by measuring from one widest end of the piece to the other widest end. For example, when measuring a sofa, measure from the outside edge of one arm to the outside edge of the other. If you want to purchase a slipcover with a ruffle or skirt, you'll also need to measure the space between the bottom of your couch and the floor.

    If you don't mind a looser-fitting slipcover, approximate measurements will do. But if you're looking for something more form-fitting, you'll need exact measurements.

  • If your slipcover has excess fabric on the bottom, there are ways to ensure it's tucked in securely. First, make sure the cover is centered upon first placing it and free of any wrinkles. You can tuck any extra fabric into the crevices of the couch, including the arms and cushions.

    There will also be something on the bottom of the cover that keeps it in place—you'll need to make sure those are pulled and secured as tightly as possible. You can opt for a slipcover with materials like anti-slip foam for extra security.

  • You can wash most slipcovers in the washing machine, but you should only wash using the gentle cycle on cold with similar colors. Some slipcovers can also be put in the dryer. Always read the care instructions on the label first to check it is safe to put in the washing machine. If it's not, you might have to have your slipcover dry-cleaned instead.

This article was written by Camryn Rabideau, a freelance writer who’s an expert on all things home. She’s taken several courses on interior design and furniture, and she has firsthand experience testing sofas, as well as other pieces of decor.

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If You Can’t Bear to Buy a Couch, Try a Makeover

The Pragmatist

Growing up, I remember peeling myself off friends’ vinyl-covered couches and feeling lucky my house didn’t turn people into Colorforms characters. Now, with my furniture yielding to assaults from children, dogs and a cat, the big question is, where I can lay my hands on some vinyl?

I understand that upholstery isn’t meant to be permanent. I’m just not ready to drop $700 on a new slipcover to replace the one that was supposed to keep our sofa budget at zero. Nor, as we enter the countdown for a party, do we have much time to stitch together something brilliant of our own to cover the couch and a pair of equally moribund chairs.

So with little time, money or vinyl on hand, I sought counsel from three upholstery specialists: Jessica Smith, professor of fibers at the Savannah College of Art and Design; Dabney McAvoy, owner of Dabney McAvoy Home, a store and design service in Great Barrington, Mass.; and Brooke Ulrich, owner of All Things Thrifty, a home-decorating blog.

With a mix of temporary and more permanent fixes, they said, homeowners can make their upholstery passably attractive without wasting entire weekends and paychecks. As a bonus, I found that do-it-yourself reupholstering isn’t too hard, as long as you follow a few basic tips and choose a good starter project to build some skills. More on that later.

I started by approaching a chair that I bought nearly 20 years ago, and which now serves as a microfiber scratch-and-sniff catalog of all the things my children ate in the one place they weren’t allowed to. It’s unclear how many times they flipped the cushion to conceal their crimes, but I’ll set the over-under at 50.

We’ve tried scrubbing it with various detergents and spot cleaners, only to be left with soap film surrounding the stains like bull’s-eyes. For such jobs, Ms. Ulrich suggested steam cleaning, which sounded to me like overkill. But a Hoover Spot Scrubber, a mini steam cleaner that sells for $80, seemed worth a try.

Ms. Ulrich said to use it more than 24 hours before a gathering, to give fabrics time to dry, but mine needed more time because a faulty attachment spewed a cascade of cleaning solution onto the chair instead of steam.

It diminished most of the stains, at least, setting up Ms. Ulrich’s next strategy. “Put a cute little pillow on that chair, and people won’t notice anything else about it,” she said. “And put a throw blanket across the back, too.”

I picked up a $30 Ursula throw at Ikea and, to truly do this on the cheap, bought supplies to make my own pillow, including $8 worth of Benzy fabric, a $3 pillow stuffer and some iron-on fabric tape (Singer brand, $2). Ms. Ulrich suggested using Olfa 28-millimeter rotary cutters ($13) and an Olfa 12-by-18-inch cutting mat ($16), because, she said, precision cuts are crucial to making a good pillow.

The cutters sliced the fabric with astonishing ease and exactitude, but I was a little more astonished at how they sliced my finger, three times, without my noticing. Luckily, the steam cleaner was still nearby to lift the crimson stain.

When I was done, the pillow looked surprisingly good, and the chair was passable.

Next came a dining room chair, which had a seat cushion that my wife had upholstered a few years ago and that was now badly stained. I eyed the leftover Ikea fabric, pulled out the staple gun (Arrow T50, $25) and, before I could do any real damage, reviewed Ms. Smith’s advice on reupholstering.

The best piece: “Take your time getting the old fabric off, because you’ll need that to create a pattern for the new one,” she said.

I pulled off about five staples and another 20 nails that my wife had evidently resorted to after running out of staples, and used the old seat cover as a template. I then used a diagram from Ms. Ulrich’s site to plan the stapling.

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Unlike other upholstery jobs, this can be done solo, because you can pull the fabric tight with one hand and staple with the other. A tight fit is key to avoiding shoddy-looking ripples, my panelists said.

Then again, pulling too hard on the fabric can leave it in shreds. That’s less of a threat if the seat has rounded corners, like mine; for people with sharp-cornered seats, Ms. Ulrich suggested laying cotton batting over sharp edges first.

After setting the fabric in place, I blasted 50 staples into the chair because more seemed better to me. But when I turned the chair upright, I saw that I’d pulled the fabric so tight it compressed the cushion noticeably — to the point where Luca, my youngest son, deemed it “a little weird looking.”

But whatever. I had two upholstery-improvement jobs done in the span of a morning.

The biggest hurdle lay ahead: the slipcover couch. This one required at least a week’s worth of planning to tackle properly.

My first task was to visit the showroom of the manufacturer, Raymour and Flanigan, where a saleswoman whispered that I should check online before paying her “around $700” for a replacement slipcover. I did find one for a better price: $699.

Next, at Ms. McAvoy’s suggestion, I asked a saleswoman at a local fabric shop if she might know someone willing to stitch one for me. She said yes, but that it would probably cost around $500, not including roughly $200 for the fabric.

Ms. McAvoy said that if you live in a bigger city and have time to wait, you could most likely find someone willing to sew a slipcover for less.

“Or, if you want something last minute and you have some fabulous fabric, just throw it over and tuck here and there, and it’ll look great,” she said. “It has a casual look, but a little more modern and updated.”

Ms. Ulrich agreed, and said that you can slip PVC piping deep in the couch’s seams to keep the fabric in place.

I tried this with the biggest, least-expensive piece of fabric I could find: a $20 Ritva curtain set from Ikea with two panels measuring 57 by 98 inches. It wasn’t even close to big enough.

With three sets of curtains, sewing skills and some courage, I might have given it a shot. Lacking all three, I hustled for alternatives.

Two decent ones emerged. The first was SureFit, which sells elasticized fabric slipcovers for living room furniture. I tried a pair of two-piece slipcovers for the sofa, a Stretch Suede and a Stretch Pique, each $130.

The covers conformed easily to my sofa’s dimensions, but with our fat, slightly lumpy pillow cushions, the snug fit looked bad. If I’d had more tightly stuffed cushions, or maybe if we didn’t have a sofa with a pillow back, it would have worked well. As it was, the sofa was a good fit for the playroom.

The last option was a heavy cotton slipcover from Contourelle.com. I ordered the Arizona model ($180), a semitailored single-piece slipcover big enough that I could tuck it in for a good fit. The heavy fabric concealed our couch’s lumps, and a couple of inexpensive pillows from Ikea nicely disguised the fact that this was an emergency fix costing roughly $200.

I had what looked like a new couch, a passable chair and an O.K. seat, all for around $250.

Sadly for my children, the Colorforms solution may now be permanently off the table. But weird upholstery? Definitely more of that coming down the pike.

Sours: https://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/28/garden/if-you-cant-bear-to-buy-a-couch-try-a-makeover.html
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How to Make a Couch Slipcover Part 1

 

Making your own couch slipcover is a great way to update an old couch, change the color, or be able to wash out marks made.  I made these couch slipcovers in white duck canvas, which is definitely a little harder to keep clean.  I have since personally switched to beige slipcovers and they seem much easier to keep looking nice.

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I did it!  It was a little rough going in the end but I powered through and finished.  What a conquest!
Do you remember my original couch?

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It actually doesn’t look half bad in this picture…but believe me, the material was terribly worn and the dirt was just ground in.  I might have revitalized it if I’d paid someone to come clean it professionally, but I was really tired of the red.  It is very limited in my decorating.

So I decided to get a slipcover.  But after looking around a lot on the internet, the most affordable one for me was still kind of expensive and not really what I wanted.  And after I made my wing chair slipcover, I knew I could make one for my couch.

I wanted white canvas.  I debated white for a VERY long time and still decided in the end that yes white will be a little more maintenance, but I can always bleach stains out of it and I really wanted white!  And after having a white rug, I thought “Well a couch slipcover has to be easier to keep clean than a rug!”

The thing that finally sold me on the white slipcover was the idea from The Inspired Room of using quilts on top of your couch.  This really opened up my eyes to the possibilities of “dressing up” your couch with quilts!  Now I’m planning on making lots more quilts for my couch, especially for all my favorite holidays.  I made this zig zag quilt for the standard every day one.

So I saved up some money and bought my fabric.  I got 10 oz white cotton canvas from Fabric.com. I consulted their upholstering guide to figure out how many yards to buy.  I knew that I was going to make individual cushion covers for both the seats and the back rests so I added some more yards.  I bought 22 yards.  And I got too much.  I think I still have like 3-5 or more yards left over.  But that will be handy if something gets ruined and I can make matching throw pillows!

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Cushion Covers

For my couch slipcover, I started with all the cushion covers first.  I knew it would be the most straightforward and would ease me into the project.  I cut out very large pieces of fabric and pre-washed them (which was a pain but the fabric shrunk quite a bit in the wash!)  I did not want to make a custom fit slipcover and then wash it and have it not fit at all…which it wouldn’t have.  It was terribly wrinkled so I had to iron a lot of it which was very time consuming.

The first thing I did was tear the cushion backs off the back of the couch, since they were sewn on.  I just got my seam ripper and went to town.  This is how it looked:

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Pretty scary right?  I had to sew some white felt onto the back of the back cushions to keep all that stuffing in.  I sewed it by hand so it took some time.  Then I also hand sewed the brown thingy back onto the couch back.

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(I haven’t sewn it yet in this picture.)

After doing all that, I sewed the couch cushion covers.

To see the tutorial on how to make the piping click here

To see the tutorial on how to make the cushion covers click here

 

Slipcover Body (Front)

The next step after the cushions was to cover the rest of the couch.

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First I cut huge pieces the length and approximate width of the couch and kind of rested it on the couch, putting a few pins in the top to keep the fabric from sliding down.  Then I draped another large piece over the arm rest, although I didn’t pin that piece to the large couch piece. I did the arms separately first.

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To make the arm fronts, I took two large long rectangle pieces and pushed a few pins in to hold the piece up as I traced the shape around with a fabric pen.  After tracing, I cut them out (two layered pieces of fabric so I could get two identical arm fronts) with about a 1″ buffer outside the pen to allow for the seam allowance and piping.  Then I sewed on the piping and made sure to sew the piping on opposite directions (you don’t want your arms to be facing the same direction.)

After I sewed the piping on, I turned them right side facing the couch and pinned them to the arm pieces…it really was pretty simple.  Just make sure that you pin everything inside out.

 

After doing the arms, I pinned the arms to the main couch piece.  To get a better idea of where exactly to sew, I traced a line with my fabric pen.  This always helps me so much since my edges are always really jagged and uneven (until I trim them later.)  I then sewed those together.

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Slipcover Body (Back)

To do the back side, I used safety pins to hold up the large piece of fabric so I could cut it to the approximate size and then I repinned it (with regular pins) more accurately and sewed the back on.  Actually really easy!

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Starting to come along!  Next post will be the bottom skirt part and the velcro on the back.  And the finished result!!!

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Click here to see Part 2 and the Slipcover Reveal!!  You might also want to see How to Make Cushion Covers and my Wing Chair Slipcover!

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Black Bear Family Mountain Sofa Cover

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Product Care InstructionsMachine Wash
Item Weight5.85 Pounds (2.63 kg)

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BEST Couch Cover 2021 (TOP 10)

Best Couch Covers to Give Your Sofas New Life

Have an older, unsightly couch that you’re embarrassed of but can’t afford a new one? Instead of having the couch reupholstered, have you considered finding a brand-new couch cover for it? Couch covers are great because they can fit perfectly over a couch without having to pay for reupholstering or buying a new one. Covers for your sofa also come in many different colors and patterns, so you’ll hardly be able to tell you have a cover on!

Since there’s a wide variety of options for couch covers, we’ve taken some of the guesswork out of choosing an appropriate cover for your living room with these top five couch covers you can find online. While you’ll have to take your couch’s measurements to ensure your selection is a good fit, you can rest assured that each of these options will totally revamp your living room without breaking the bank.

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#1Easy-Going Stretch Sofa Slipcover 1-Piece Couch Sofa Cover

Easy-Going Stretch Sofa Slipcover 1-Piece Couch Sofa Cover

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  • Material: Spandex and polyester
  • Product Coverage: Can cover up to 81 inches
  • Weight: 3 pounds
#2

PureFit Super Stretch Sofa Slipcover

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  • Material: Spandex and polyester
  • Product Coverage: Can cover up to 90 inches
  • Weight: 3.18 pounds
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Easy-Going Sofa Slipcover Reversible Sofa Cover

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  • Material: Microfiber
  • Product Coverage: Can cover up to 78 inches
  • Weight: 2.64 pounds
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H.VERSAILTEX Stretch Sofa Covers Couch Cover

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  • Material: Lycra jacquard knitted fabric
  • Product Coverage: Can cover up to 96 inches
  • Weight: 3.32 pounds
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RHF Velvet-Sofa Slipcover

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  • Material: Velvet and fabric
  • Product Coverage: Can cover up to 115 inches
  • Weight: 3.14 pounds

Top 5 Best Couch Covers

We’ve taken the liberty of finding the top five best couch covers for you, so you don’t have to! All five of these amazing options are backed by glowing customer reviews and come from high quality manufacturers. Don’t take our word for it, just check some of these out and see for yourself. Your next couch revamp could be just a click away!

1. Easy-Going Stretch Sofa Slipcover 1-Piece Couch Sofa Cover

Specs:

  • Material: Spandex and polyester
  • Product Coverage: Can cover up to 81 inches
  • Weight: 3 pounds

Best all-round couch cover: Editor’s Pick

When looking for a cover for your sofa – especially for a larger one – its elasticity is key. With this Easy-Going Stretch Sofa Slipcover, you can’t go wrong as this material will stretch beyond its initial size to effectively cover a large couch with no issues.

The material is made with 20 percent spandex and 80 percent high-quality polyester, which is designed to stretch, yet is super soft and comfortable. This particular product can cover up to 81 inches of couch altogether. It will keep your couch safe from daily wear and stains, and the best part is there are 37 colors to choose from.

This sofa cover can be easily fitted in just 10 minutes, and you don’t have to worry about multiple people helping you with it – that’s how easy it is! This is a one-piece couch cover that’s both machine washable and dry-able. The manufacturer also offers a 30-day “No Question Asked” warranty in case you aren’t completely satisfied with your product.

Pros:

  • Easily fitted
  • Made of spandex and polyester
  • Can cover a large couch with ease
  • Comes in a variety of colors

Cons:

  • May slip on certain couch materials, e.g. leather

Who should buy this?

Anyone who needs a one-piece easy to use couch cover that could be installed easily by one person.

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2. PureFit Super Stretch Sofa Slipcover

Specs:

  • Material: Spandex and polyester
  • Product Coverage: Can cover up to 90 inches
  • Weight: 3.18 pounds

Best one-piece couch cover

With this PureFit Super Stretch sofa slipcover, you’ll have the best one-piece couch cover you can find. It’s made from super stretchable materials that will ensure even a three-seater sofa is completely covered. It can stretch up to 66 inches and cover a width of up to 90 inches. You can also select from a variety of 18 colors to suit the decor of your desired room.

You can easily transform your old couch into a brand new one with this PureFit sofa cover, and you can easily protect your furniture from pet stains, spills, scratches, pilling or damage. This cover features no-skid elastic at the bottom that’s non-slip and guaranteed to stay in place. It also comes with foam anchors to slide into your couch easily, and these slipcovers will stay tight without snagging, shifting or slipping.

You can fit this to your sofa in no time, and you’ll be amazed at the finished product. It’s so sleek and easy to use, no one would suspect that it’s actually a cover. This product is machine washable and comes with a six-month return window in case you’re not totally satisfied by your new sofa cover.

Pros:

  • Easy to use
  • Made of spandex and polyester
  • Comes with foam anchors
  • Comes in a variety of colors

Cons:

Who should buy this?

Anyone who needs a new couch cover that can be quickly fitted without the risk of sliding or slipping.

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3. Easy-Going Sofa Slipcover Reversible Sofa Cover

Specs:

  • Material: Microfiber
  • Product Coverage: Can cover up to 78 inches
  • Weight: 2.64 pounds

Best partial couch cover

In case you don’t want to have to cover the entire couch and you’re just looking for a cover to cover the higher traffic areas of the couch from pet damage or spills, you could easily use this partial couch cover for great protection. Another option from Easy-Going, this product is great for protecting the couch’s surfaces from pets, small children and everyday wear and tear.

This sofa cover spans up to 78 inches over the seating area and is elegantly textured with a thick, quilted microfiber. Water-resistant and unlikely to fade, the slipcover is also reversible so you can choose your favorite color and switch it over whenever you choose. The elastic straps in this cover prevents sliding and has longer arm flaps to ensure the fabric is tighter around these most commonly-used areas.

This reversible partial cover includes two foam pipes to be tucked into the grooves of the couch, so that it stays perfectly in place. Machine washable and easy to care for, Easy-Going gives you another great choice that’s perfect for families with small children or pets.

Pros:

  • Easy to use
  • Made of microfiber
  • Comes with foam anchors
  • Two colors in one

Cons:

  • May not be enough coverage

Who should buy this?

Anyone who just wants to protect the high-traffic areas of the couch from pets or small children.

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4. H.VERSAILTEX Stretch Sofa Covers Couch Cover

Specs:

  • Material: Lycra jacquard knitted fabric
  • Product Coverage: Can cover up to 96 inches
  • Weight: 3.32 pounds

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Best basic couch cover

The H.VERSAILTEX stretch couch cover is the best basic couch cover you can find in today’s market. It’s easy to use, easy to clean and provides plenty of protection at an affordable price. Similarly to our #3 pick, this sofa cover is ideal for a household with pets or small children.

This slipcover comes in a lycra jacquard knitted fabric and is a great one-piece fit for all kinds of couches. Crafted from durable and high stretch fabric, it would best fit sofas up to 96 inches. There are a variety of sizes with this brand, so it’s best to measure your couch to find your preferred size. The cover will protect your furniture from spills, stains, tearing as well as everyday wear and tear.

H.VERSAILTEX offers you a sofa cover that is textured with a fine checkered pattern for both added elegance and durability. The cover includes thick elastic loops to cover the base edges and keep it securely in place. This cover definitely won’t slip around or lose its grip and is easy to pop in the washing machine.

Pros:

  • Easy to slip on
  • Made of lycra jacquard knitted fabric
  • Comes with elastic straps
  • Comes in a variety of colors

Cons:

Who should buy this?

Anyone who is maybe starting out with a new couch cover as this one is so easy to use.

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5. RHF Velvet-Sofa Slipcover

Specs:

  • Material: Velvet and fabric
  • Product Coverage: Can cover up to 115 inches
  • Weight: 3.14 pounds

Best velvet couch cover

The RHF couch cover is unique in that they offer high-quality covers in velvet material. This cover may seem a bit unusual, but as velvet has become more popular in recent years, this is a great way to keep up with the trends in your very own living room.

It comes in various sizes and pieces so you can easily transform your entire living space if you choose, and the bold colors make for a great centerpiece to your living room for years to come. Strapless and slip-resistant with an elasticized bottom, this slipcover will stay in place without any hassle.

The RHF Velvet-Sofa Slipcover is also machine washable and comes in many great colors to choose from. The color range includes beige, black, brown, burgundy, chocolate, dark gray, ivory and navy. Once you feel how soft and plush this velvet material is, you’ll see why these velvet couch covers are rising in popularity.

Pros:

  • Stay put grip
  • Made of plush velvet and fabric
  • Strapless but strong
  • Comes in a variety of colors

Cons:

  • May be too plush for some

Who should buy this?

Anyone who likes to stick to trends and needs a high-quality couch cover.

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Couch Cover Features

While there are so many reasons why someone may need a couch cover, one thing for sure is they absolutely work. Whether you’ve had a cat that’s destroyed the bottom of your couch and you want to hide it, or you have some old stains to cover up, here are some of the key features as to why people purchase couch covers.

Hide Unsightly Stains

This goes without saying, but couch covers are super great at hiding stains. I’m not talking about someone spilling some juice stains, I’m talking about the large, grown darker with time stains that usually can be found in older pieces of furniture. This is nothing to be ashamed of, if you have a solid piece of old furniture that just needs a revamp, a couch cover is great for this kind of makeover.

 

Since these are so easy to use, you can easily slide over a couch cover onto the existing couch fabric, tuck it in so that all the edges are taut, and voila – a new couch, almost. You no longer have to feel embarrassed about an old stained couch and you could even swap out different couch covers given the season or occasion.

Hide Cat Damage

If you are the owner of a cat, or a few cats, you know exactly how damaging those claws can be. If you have fabric couches, you are no stranger to the heartbreaking realization that your cat has used your couch as his personal scratching post for quite some time. Typically, the legs of a couch or the bottom pieces of the couch fall victim to a cat’s claws.

You don’t have to be that upset about it if you can easily hide that kind of damage with a couch cover. It definitely won’t restore your couch back to the way it was before the cat’s treated it like their own toy, but it will definitely hide all the frayed bits and you won’t have to get rid of your cats!

Couch Covers are Versatile

Couch covers are amazing because if you feel like having a red couch for a while, boom, you can. If you are tired of red and want a blue couch, your dreams will come true. Couch covers are pretty cheap considering how much you can swap them out. With so many amazing colors, patterns and designs, you can definitely keep a healthy stock of couch covers and swap them out whenever you feel like the timing is right.

Some families like to bring out the red couch cover for the holidays, others will prefer a nice, dark chocolate color for the fall, or even a burnt orange color to get into that October season feel. Whatever you prefer, there will be a couch cover in that color, you just have to put in a little work and find your ideal shade.

Protect Your Existing Couch

Even if you aren’t trying to cover up couch damage, a couch cover can definitely help you protect your couch or sofa bed from any future damage. Some couch covers even come in spill proof materials, so you can help protect your existing couch with a fabric that won’t allow liquids to seep in as quickly as a standard couch material alone.

This is especially great if you have small children or pets, as both can help make a couch pretty dingy pretty quickly. This will at least help you get your mind at ease knowing that if a spill does happen, you can easily clean it up and it won’t destroy your existing couch underneath.

Easy to Care For

Couch covers are typically super easy to take off, washing in the washing machine, dry in the dryer, and put back on. Many of these don’t need ironing and can be taken off and put back within a day. You definitely could not do anything like this with standard couch cushion covers, as, depending on the design and material, some need to be dry cleaned.

In order to save you some trips to the dry cleaner and to avoid having to use a steam cleaner on your actual couch, just try out a couch cover to make things easier. These pretty much pay for themselves over time and you will definitely save yourself some money by being able to clean these within the comfort of your own home.

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The Wrap Up

There you have it! Some of the best couch covers you can buy online right now. All of these are stellar products with great customer reviews, and each of these covers come in a wide range of colors to choose from. You can easily choose one to complement your existing living room décor, or try a different color for some extra depth or texture.

Since most of these manufacturers offer multiple pieces of furniture covers, you could easily transform your entire living space if you wanted to! If you’re still unsure which sofa cover to choose, you can start by assessing and ranking your needs. For example, if you’re primarily looking to protect your sofa from pets, the partial couch cover from Easy-Going may be your best bet. If your couch is used very often, our full coverage options might suit your needs. Whatever your choice, you can’t go wrong with any of these tried and trusted products!

Recent Updates

May 27, 2021: Updated images for the Easy-Going Stretch Sofa Slipcover 1-Piece Couch Sofa Cover and H.VERSAILTEX Stretch Sofa Covers Couch Cover (products #1 and #4 respectively) to match seller’s website and to reflect updated color selections. Labelled our Editor’s Pick, ranked the top 5 products for clarity and added Recent Updates section.

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