Category Archive for: ‘Leather Sofas’

The Cambridge Chesterfield

The Cambridge Chesterfield set is named after Cambridge in England. Cambridge is a city on the River Cam in eastern England, home to the prestigious University of Cambridge, founded in the 13th century. University colleges include King’s, famed for its chapel and choir, Trinity, founded by Henry VIII, and St. John’s, with its crenelated Great Gate. The set is upholstered …

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Houzz Sectional Daybed

-Right-Side chaise and loveseat -Deeply tufted buttons -leather upholstery -Plastic foot glides -Solid rubberwood legs -Wipe clean -Some assembly required Overall product dimensions: 253 – 164 – 89″L x 162 – 90 – 162″W x 90 – 90 – 90″H Seat dimensions: 28.5″L x 30.5 – 28.5 – 6 – 35.5 – 30.5″W x 18″H Armrest dimension: 35.5 – 64″L …

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The Truemann Sofa

The Truemann sofa is a typical french style sofa from the late 50’s. The Trumann is a first in a new range of contemporary furniture coming in 2015. The Truemann is upholstered in Fabric supplied by Hertex Fabrics. The Truemann is available in a 3 , 2 and 1 seater.   The price below represent the specific dimensions. Any of the dimensions can …

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The Kingsborough Corner set

The Kingsborough Corner set is named after Kingsborough in England. The Kingsborough Corner set with 2 division on the left and 2 division on the right, in Brown 100% genuine leather. With the Kingsborough Corner set there are many options to choose from. 3 x 3, 2 x 2, 3 x 2, 3 x 1, 2 x 2 division with …

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The Timberlandia

The Timberlandia, named after Timberlandia based in the mountains of Spain’s Costa Blanca, A majestic sofa is a typical Mediterranean. The Timberlandia is a first in a new range of contemporary furniture blooming in 2015. The Timberlandia is upholstered in Fabric supplied by Hertex Fabrics. The Timberlandia is available in a 4, 3 , 2 and 1 seater, as well as a corner unit with …

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