1970s sofas are back in style
Alfred extra large cognac leather sofa by James Harrison, found at CB2, was designed to let the soft, tumbled leather take center stage, with clean profile and minimal with rounded wing-like arms and a shiny chrome base. Center stitch arm detail showcases quality craftsmanship. Alfred is perfectly worn and ready to lounge while rich leather will continue to patina with character, year after year. Luxe leather meets livability in this lo-profile, high-style sofa ready to enrich your space.
Rue II apartment sofa with its streamlined design by Jannis Ellenberger is light on its midcentury feet. It is defined by soft curves, sheltering profile with gently sloped arms hugs a cozy spot for two with a tight seat and back. Tailored to perfection, piping traces every fluid line and neat fitted pleats accent the arms. Compact footprint maintains its elevated style on tapered maple legs washed in a grey/brown stain that reveals the natural beauty of the wood.
Designed exclusively for CB2 by Londoner Leonhard Pfeifer, the Lawndale black leather daybed with chrome base needed to achieve a lived-in look. So they searched and searched until they found the perfect leather: Rich buffalo from rural India, dyed and tumbled for a soft, supple feel. As soon as this daybed is delivered, it'll feel like you've had it for a long time. Leather will continue to develop rich patina and character, year after year.
Fred Segal brings its fearless fashion attitude home in this modern version of a Chesterfield sofa. A clean-lined frame crafted of warm acacia wood pairs up with tufted midnight blue cushions in a rich velvet blend. The sit of this Hollywood midnight blue velvet sofa is firm and supportive, true of a European-style sofa. Slightly pitched back cushions and side-arm pillows add comfortable support, brass side rails finish with elegant edge. ■