Modern sofa in the shape of a flower

This amazing, soft and modern sofa fits perfectly in a large, open space. The frameless, striking and unique piece of furniture serves as an eye-catching and adds a great accent to the contemporary interior design by creating a unique atmosphere in your room.

Papposus is the sofa by Edra and designed by Campana Brother Humberto and Fernando. While all of his designs innovative and attractive look, this sofa is a silhouette of the sea creatures inspired and built in a contemporary house.

This sofa is constructed without a frame and polyurethaneand feather filled. It offers a fabulous, soft and comfortable yet chic design for trendy home. The sofa looks just like a flower or a squid and could serve as an interesting element in the living room.

Modern sofa made of soft fabric and stuffed with feathers.

All cushions are soft and extra comfortable. Made of identical material these throw pillows are luxurious and seductive and cleverly combined with the attractive, playful and curious, circular sofa.

Modern sofa in the shape of a flower

This sofa appears similar to a squid

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Luxury and extravagance to spend pleasant moments
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  Royal blue, soft shape in classic style

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Traditional sofa of the same design company
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Modern sofa in the shape of a flower

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