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If your RV renovation is in need of a sleek, mid-century modern sofa to serve as the centerpiece of your Boho-style RV decor, look no farther! These cute couches would look beautiful in an RV!
Tan Leather Sofas for a Boho-Style RV
Real Leather Mid-Century Style Sofa
The first sofa on this list is Poly & Bark's Napa sofa for the reason that I own it myself and absolutely love it. The 72″ size is perfect for two people to sit comfortably. I really like how the cushion is one piece, so you never have to worry about who is sitting on the crack. And, I've never had a problem with this cushion sliding forward and having to be put back in place.
The leather feels great, and I really feel like this sofa was the first “grown up” piece of furniture I purchased because unlike couches I've bought in the past that look good for a while and then start to degrade, this feels like a piece of furniture I'll own for years to come that will just get better with age. I bought this sofa for my house after moving out of my RV, but I have frequently thought it would look so cute in an RV as well.
This sofa comes in black, tan, brown, or navy, and is available in a 72″ option as well as an 88.5″ option. Both lengths are lighter than most RV sofas, weighing 103 pounds and 117 pounds, respectively.
Cheaper Alternatives to the Napa Sofa
If the Napa sofa is out of your price range, or if you prefer vegan leather, here is a sofa in a very similar style that's made of artificial leather, costs about a third of the price, and will look great with Boho style RV decor.
Here's another real leather sofa to consider that's significantly cheaper than the Poly & Bark sofa. It comes in tan or black leather.
This sofa comes with a matching chair and has a center console that flips down and gives you a place to set your drink.
You can see it in an RV in the photo below:
Colorful Sofas to Bring Your RV Makeover to Life
Moving on from brown sofas, let's look at some beautiful mid-century modern style sofas that will add a pop of color that becomes the focal point of your RV!
Bold, Colorful Futons
If you need a place for company to sleep or want to make sure you don't decrease your RV's sleeping capacity, a futon is a great way to have a stylish living area that can still provide an extra bed if needed.
I love the gold color of this Mid-Century style futon, but it also comes in blue as well as a dark orange color. At 71.5″ long, it has plenty of space to add some throw pillows and still seat two people.
This gorgeous velvet futon has adjustable arms and comes in royal blue, emerald green, gray, and pink. At 69″ long, it's bigger than most loveseats, but on the smaller side, making it ideal for a small space.
If you're one of those people who can make pink look amazing, this rose colored velvet futon is just the thing for you.
This copper-trimmed futon is a good one for small spaces as it's only 64″ long. It comes in teal, royal blue, emerald green, pink, gray, and black.
This futon the cheapest sofa featured in this article (I think). It's 65″ long, features a USB outlet on the arms for charging your devices while you sit, and comes in emerald green or royal blue velvet, gray fabric, and black or white faux leather.
Velvet Sofas for Colorful RV Decor
This adorable peacock colored mid-century style sofa is just 58″ long, the perfect size for an RV that doesn't have a lot of space. In addition to the shade of teal shown below, it also comes in blue, beige, gold, and gray.
This velvet sofa comes in two sizes: a 58″ loveseat or a longer 78″ sofa. Its color options are the gold color shown below, as well as emerald green, royal blue, and peacock blue.
Last but not least, here is a small sleeper sofa that comes in several beautiful velvet colors, including emerald green, blue, black, and gray. It comes in a few different lengths, all under 60″, but unlike some of the futons that are really only big enough for kids (or very short adults), it pulls out to a full size bed where an adult can sleep comfortably.
Custom Mid-Century Style Sofa
I have to include one more sofa on this list that I own personally, and that's the Hughes sofa from Joybird.com. I have it in the 64″ loveseat size, but you can also get it in a longer size. It's on the firm side but feels sturdy and well made and I enjoy sitting on it to read almost every evening.
This is a sofa you order custom made to the exact specifications you want–you pick the color, fabric type, whether it has one cushion or two (I definitely recommend just one so you don't have the crack to contend with) and even how many buttons are sewn on it.
Joybird also has quite a few other customizable sofa styles to choose from as well. There are definitely cheaper options out there, but if you have something specific in mind, this is as good way to get the exact color and style you're looking for.