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Solid IKEA Sofa, Armchair and Suite Slipcovers

Solid IKEA sofa, armchair and suite slipcovers are designed for increasing your maximum seating comfort, and to extend the life of your favourite furniture. Choose a stylish colour that perfectly complements your interior décor and style.

Different styles of IKEA slipcovers

Two seater solid IKEA sofa slipcovers are available for all traditional and modern style seating. All designs also include separate covers for the removable sofa cushions.

Replacement solid IKEA sofa, armchair and suite slip covers for modern and traditional 3 seater sofas are available in a wide choice of plain and vibrant colours.

The contemporary IKEA Klippan sofa is available in both 2 and 4 seater styles. The one-piece slipcovers boasts 14 colour options to complement the colour scheme of your living room.

Custom fit replacement covers for dining chairs easily slip over the upholstered backrest and seat.

Slipcover sets for armchairs with wooden armrests are also available in a range of styles.

The popular chaise sofa has a hardwearing fabric slip cover, in a wide variety of different yarn shades.

IKEA suite slipcovers that fit the extendable chair bed have a rectangular shape, with double stitch detail.

Alternative IKEA sofa slipcover options

Stylish bespoke replacement IKEA sofa, armchair and suite slipcovers are available in a wide selection of colours and fabric finishes. The covers feature Velcro fastenings for easy removal and replacement.

Complementary styles of slipcovers

To enhance your seating comfort, and to complement your IKEA sofa slipcovers, choose a matching cover for your footstool. A removable slipcover is available for ottoman style footstools.

The benefits of slipcovers

Replacement covers for your sofa, armchair or suite allow you to alter the look of your furniture.

Solid IKEA sofa slip covers give tired looking furniture a new lease of life and are easy to remove for washing.

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