Modern Sofas We Love

The living room sofa is one of the most important furnishings in a home. It has to be inviting, comfortable, and set the tone for the decor of the interior. From bright to neutral, sculptural to streamlined, these sofas offer something for every design seeker.

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Sexy, mysterious and uninterrupted lines give this sofa highly acclaimed glamour. Upholstered in lux velvet, cast antique aged brass metal resembling a thorn bush branch serves as a base to a sumptuously lounge sofa.

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Designed to perform in a matter that indulges the eyes, the Geisha‘s curves grace a room with the extravagance and poise of a Kyoto Geisha. Fully upholstered tight back Sofa with soft tufting on the cushions. A polished brass band wraps the piece leading to a modern & sleek polished brass foot complimenting a fully upholstered black velvet structure.

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Hermes, from Greek Mythology, God of boundaries, travel and communication was the inspiration of HERMES 2 Seater Sofa. This modern contemporary furniture piece is the result of a message that traveled through time and space, gaining shape. The message is clear – break every boundary regarding interior decoration. There are no limits for HERMES 2 Seater Sofa, you choose the ambience and this modern contemporary furniture piece adapts itself to it.

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Inspired by a 1950s sofa designed by Milo Baughman, the Button Up Sofa is a sophisticated furnishing that prominently displays the sofa frame and cushions.

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Created by designer Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen, the Onkel (Danish for “uncle”) Sofa combines the ornate and curvaceous upholstered sofas of the 1950s with the refinement of contemporary Nordic design. To signal the marriage of these two sources of inspiration, the back cushion is seamlessly integrated into the sofa’s frame, lending cohesive elegance and refinement to this thoughtful design.

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The Baker Sofa was originally designed by Finn Juhl for Baker Furniture Inc. in 1951. The sofa is comprised of sculptural components that were inspired by modern free art. The Baker Sofa has an upholstered body that is divided into two sections that rest on a simple wood frame crafted in rich walnut. This technique—separating the elements from each other—was devised to create a visual lightness within the sofa.

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Nori seaweed is characteristic from Egypt, beautiful as only marine nature can be and honored in this exquisite velvet Single Sofa to fit the most demanding taste.

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A part of the ercol Originals collection, the Studio Couch was designed by Lucian R. Ercolani in 1958. The versatile sofa is defined by its attractive steam bent frame comprised of tapered spindles, arched arm rests, and a rounded frame. The Studio Couch was designed for both function as a large sofa and as an extra single bed for guests.

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Designed by Russell Pinch for The Future Perfect, the Goddard Sofa blends bohemian glamour with superlative comfort. A sprung back and seat provide support while plush cushioning enables luxurious comfort. The sofa’s silhouette and walnut legs add understated elegance to any room’s decor.

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Inspired by her experience growing up in the 1970s as the daughter of an interior decorator, designer Lindsey Adelman created the Tardi Sofa—smartly named because “it took a damn long time.” The sensible silhouette is punctuated by the sofa’s playful colorway, evoking an element of surprise and irreverence while adding visual intrigue to any decor.

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