EILERSEN Streamline HIGH-BACK Sofa - 190 x 91 CM - "Sand" Fabric - 20% Off
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STREAMLINE [HIGH-BACK] SOFA
Design: Jens Juul Eilersen
With Fully Removable Covers
Base Fabric: Sand
Price Group 2
Arm height: 58 cm · Arm width: 9 cm
Total depth (frame): 91 cm · Seat depth: 55 cm
Total height (frame): 88 cm · Seat height: 42 cm
Standard delivery of the sofa comes with 2 head rolls.
Streamline Design by Jens Juul Eilersen: Personalized Elegance...
Experience the timeless allure of the Streamline High-Back Design by Jens Juul Eilersen. Discover the timeless elegance of a simple classic sofa that envelops you in a gentle embrace. With its soft touch and inviting presence, this sofa becomes an embodiment of comfort and style. The round edges of this piece not only contribute to its aesthetic appeal but also infuse it with a distinctively feminine aura, making it a versatile addition that seamlessly complements a wide range of interior designs.
Imagine sinking into the plush cushions, where the blend of form and function creates an oasis of relaxation. The delicate curves not only lend an air of sophistication to the sofa but also allow it to harmonize effortlessly with various decor themes. Whether your space exudes modern minimalism, eclectic charm, or traditional warmth, this sofa effortlessly finds its place.
Standard legs: - 135 x 25 x 25 mm, legs in brushed stainless steel, corner positioned
[Optional Leg: Leg, surface variation: - black lacquered stainless steel (RAL 9004, matte) Available at extra charge]
Composition: 63% cotton (CO), 37% flax (LI)
DO NOT WASH - Dry clean: Perchloroethylene (PERC)
5 years - Covers Sofa Construction - Wear & Tear To Fabric /Leather Covers Is Not Covered
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