When the weather is dreary and all you want to do is relax at home with Downton Abbey on repeat, comfortable furniture is key to making your day a success. All of these sofas and chairs made coziness their number one priority.
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Not only is this giant pillow chair big enough for multiple people to sink into, but it's made out of premium shredded Durafoam, which distributes your body weight evenly for extra comfort.
If you enjoy curling up on the couch in a giant sweater on the weekends, you'll love this chair made out of overstuffed knit tubes. It was designed by Vega Tankun of , who specializes in "crafting comfort."
You'll never need an extra throw blanket when you have the COLE chair. Russian furniture designer, , designed it with quilted wings so you can cover yourself when there's a chill in the air.
If you want to rock yourself to sleep like a baby, look no further than this chair designed by that allows you to roll back and forth with ease. Sigh.
This is the furniture version of the comforting feeling of a warm and cozy hug. It's called The Inchworm and lets you snuggle into soft cushions after a long day.
Even though this big green thing look like a blanket, it's technically a couch — that you can warp around yourself. Just stuff yourself inside the and you're all set.
If all you need is a warm hug after a bad day, you need this couch that is designed by to wrap around your body to provide ultimate comfort and happiness.
Never satisfied with one position? You need this sofa that molds into different shapes. It was designed by and we're particularly fond of this taco-shaped set up.
No pillows? No problem. The side of this half circle-shaped sofa (designed by ) pulls in so you can curl up inside of it when a scary movie has you clutching the arms in fear.
This unique piece of is made out of 120 soft balls that you can rearrange to fit your comfort needs — plus, you can sit or lay on it and even move into different rooms easily.
Talk about an unconventional chair: This bird's nest-inspired piece designed by features soft egg-shaped pillows in a circular shell. Even better? It fits between two and three people.
Sometimes you don't want to hunt for a blanket, which is why this with a built-in cover (designed by Hanna Emelie Ernesting) is made for cold weather movie watching.
If you want to feel like you're drifting around on a cloud, you need this that hangs from the ceiling and will gently rock back and forth as you drift off to sleep.