Denmark, Early 1960s A rare, extra-long iteration of Grete Jalk’s sculptural sofa for France & Son, this four-seat features sinuously contoured slats that create a spectacular line from behind. The flared armrests are upholstered, like the original sprung cushions, in
United States, 1960s Milo Baughman created this 1960s case sofa for Forecast Furniture. Two gorgeous panels of Brazilian rosewood frame the upholstered seat and give the piece the clean lines typical of the designer’s work.
Denmark, 1950s Hans Wegner designed this high back sofa, model GE 375, to be reconfigurable as a two-seat with matching easy chair. The strapping is new; the upholstery is original.
USA, 1970s This sofa is by Milo Baughman and features blue velvet upholstery and a wide polished chrome frame.
Denmark, 1960s This leather sofa is in the style of Borge Mogensen. It is upholstered in worn brown leather that adds to its comfort and aesthetic appeal.
Denmark, 1960s This unique sofa was designed by Arne Vodder. It features a teak base and legs and a large bank seat with sculptural arms. The sofa has been newly reupholstered in Maharam wool textile.
United States, 1950s Edward Wormley designed this elegant sofa, model 5138, for Dunbar, with two large seat cushions and four down-filled back pillows. It has been newly reupholstered in a lustrous sea green textile and its mahogany base expertly refinished
Sweden, 1960s This Folke Ohlsson sofa comprises an upholstered seat in an exposed oak frame that features brass hardware and stained feet.
Italy, 20th century This sofa was designed by Vico Magistretti for Cassina’s Maralunga series in 1973. In 1979, the series won Italy’s Compasso D’Oro award for Industrial Design. The sofa features very comfortable seats with an adjustable backrest at each
Italy, 20th century This three-seater sofa was designed by Vico Magistretti for Cassina’s Maralunga Series in 1973. In 1979, the series won Italy’s Compasso D’Oro award for industrial design. The sofa features very comfortable seats with an adjustable backrest at
Sweden, 1950s This sofa was designed by Folke Ohlsson and manufactured by Dux. It features a teak frame and a very comfortable and large seat, which has been newly reupholstered in vintage textile.
Denmark, 1960s This sofa was designed by Grete Jalk and manufactured by Cado. It features an exposed teak frame and seats that have been reupholstered in Maharam’s Hallingdal textile.
Denmark, 1960s This settee after Borge Mogensen features a comfortable black leather seat on dark wood legs.
United States, 1950s Edward Wormley designed this sofa, model #6329, as part of his famous Janus Collection for Dunbar. Set on a sturdy mahogany base, the sofa’s deep angularity gives it an arresting look and makes it a comfortable piece
Denmark, designed 1957 This stunning sofa will make a statement in any setting with its striking angled arms and contrasting upholstery. The Model 57 was introduced for the first time in Tivoli in 1957 and more than 40 years passed
Denmark, 1960s This black leather sofa in the style of Borge Mogensen is in excellent original condition.
USA, 1965 This long and elegant sofa was designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar and was manufactured in 1965. It has been newly reupholstered in Knoll textile (Ferry: Highlands), and it features expertly refinished walnut legs.
Denmark, 1960s This sofa was designed by Hans Wegner and manufactured by Getama. It is constructed of solid oak and features the original upholstered spring cushions.
USA, 1950s This sofa is an early design by Florence Knoll. It is very comfortable and has been previously reupholstered in Knoll textiles.
USA, 2009 This classic sofa, designed by Florence Knoll in 1954, is upholstered in deep blue Sabrina leather over a steel frame.
USA, 2001 Designed by George Nelson and Irvining Harper and manufactured by Herman Miller, the iconic Marshmallow Sofa was first introduced in 1956 and has remained a staple of modern design. This cheerful example is upholstered aubergine leather.
Sweden, 1950s This diminutive sofa by Carl Malmsten features gently curving lines and is upholstered in a bright, cheerful emerald green.
Denmark, 1960s This sofa by Hans Wegner for Getama, known as the cigar sofa, features a solid oak frame with original spring cushions and upholstery. Corresponding pair of lounge chairs also available.
Denmark, 2008 Designed by Hans Wegner in the early 1970s, the CH103 sofa was initially issued in a limited run by Johannes Hansen. It was reissued in 2008 to celebrate Carl Hansen & Son’s 100th anniversary. Upholstered in rich black
1970s This unique sofa is composed of three pieces of bent plywood that join the two long roll-shaped cushions.
USA, 1960s This classic and beautiful sofa is upholstered in Knoll Textile, “Rivington” color Sapphire.
USA, 1950s This Model 0693 sofa designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller features a single bank seat cushion which can easily accommodate 4 or more people. The chenille type fabric is in excellent condition.
Denmark, 1960s This stylish suite, designed by Illum Wikkelsø and manufactured by CFC Silkeborg, comprises a settee and two armchairs. Original fabric cushions tie onto sleek mahogany frames with a ladder-back design. The armchairs measure 28″ W x 24″ D
Denmark, 1960s This living room set was designed by Ole Wanscher and includes one sofa and two chairs. All items are constructed of a dark mahogany frame and feature the original textile. This set should be refinished and reupholstered. The
Denmark, 1950s Three-seater sofa by Hans Wegner for Getama, featuring elegant oak plank frame and original spring cushions. To capture the original essence of the piece, the sofa has been newly reupholstered in dijon yellow vintage textile.
USA, 1950s This petite settee by Paul McCobb is newly reupholstered in Knoll textile and features tapered wood legs.
Denmark This highback settee, in the style of Borge Mogensen, features a very comfortable seat and durable upholstery.
USA, 1950s This sectional sofa, designed by Paul McCobb, features three elements: a small armless section; a larger, curved section with one arm; and a travertine-topped table. The table is flush with the back of the sofa, allowing this piece
Denmark, 1950s This sofa, in the style of Fritz Hansen, is composed of a steel frame with original geometric upholstery.
Denmark, 1950s Three-seater sofa by Hans Wegner for Getama, featuring elegant oak plank frame and original spring cushions. This sofa has been updated with a two-tone design featuring newly upholstered leather arms that add interest and durability to this piece.
USA, 1979 This comfortable 3-seater sofa is upholstered in Knoll Cato textile in a brilliant red.
Denmark, 1970s This stunning sofa was sold by Illums Bolighus, the renowned and visionary design store in Denmark. It is upholstered in genuine cowhide and showcases the natural variation in color and texture of the material.
Norway, 1950s This sofa is a unique example of modern Scandinavian furniture design with its expressive form and distinguished details. Designed in Norway but Rastad & Relling in 1956. The curved arms provide a surface area for resting drinks, making
Denmark, 1950s Designed by Hans Wegner, this beautiful sofa, with a slat-back and upholstered arms, seats four comfortably.
Denmark, 1960s This sofa features a rosewood slat-back frame with striking grain and sculptural legs. It has been newly reupholstered in Knoll textile. Corresponding lounge chair also available.
Denmark, 1960s This sofa is upholstered in two-tone black and cream fabric. Matching pair of armchairs also available.
Denmark, 1950s This daybed by Hans Wegner has an oak frame with a rattan backrest that lifts up and locks in place to allow for use as a twin bed and to reveal a bedding storage area. Original spring cushion
Denmark, 1950s With an exposed walnut frame, this settee is beautiful from all angles and is very comfortable.
Denmark, 1960s Sofa after Borge Mogensen in rich brown leather that is in excellent condition with no scratches or fading.
USA, 1970s This classic three-seater sofa by Florence Knoll is upholstered in the original rust-colored mohair. Coordinating armchair is also available.
Denmark, 1960′s This rare bank seat sofa by Hans Wegner is upholstered in a vibrant Halligdal wool textile.
United States, 2012 Custom-made by Machine Age in the style of Edward Wormley and handsome from all angles, this tête-à-tête will promote intimate conversations. Down-filled cushions provide a comfortable seat; the walnut legs end in stainless steel cuffs. It is
USA, 1950′s Elegant tuxedo sofa by Edward Wormley for Dunbar on mahogany legs. Newly reupholstered in Knoll textile in Venue, color: Tabby.
USA, 1950′s This sofa, designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, measures over 9 feet long. The sizable and well-built frame sits atop sculptural mahogany legs.
USA, 1950s This large sofa was designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar’s Janus Collection. Its deep seat and unique angular shape make it an arresting and comfortable lounge piece.
USA, 1950s These armless settees by Jens Risom are composed of a very comfortable high-backed seat that sits gracefully on a simple walnut frame. They can easily be reupholstered in your choice of textile.
Denmark, 1950′s The original striped wool upholstery of this Danish sofa contrasts its dramatic curvilinear lines. The oak arms feature cut-outs that accentuate the sofa’s elegant silhouette.
Denmark, 1950′s Three-seater sofa by Hans Wegner for Getama, featuring elegant oak plank frame and original spring cushions. To capture the original essence of the piece, the sofa has been newly reupholstered in dijon yellow vintage textile.
USA, 1950′s Classic sofa designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, on walnut base and upholstered in Knoll Mariner, black.
USA, 2000 This large J-shaped sectional sofa was custom-made by Vladimir Kagan. It is composed of two segments that are upholstered in rich navy blue leather, and it features a chrome base.
USA, 2012 This piece was custom made by Machine Age in the style of Edward Wormley. It features walnut legs with stainless steel cuffs, and it is upholstered in Knoll Textile in Circa, color: charcoal. Its clean lines and comfortable
USA, 1970′s This modular sofa is extremely comfortable. Can be configured with the separate chair and ottoman on either side or free-standing. L-Sofa Each side length – 60″ Each side depth – 34″ Seat back height (no cushions) – 27″
Italy, 1990′s This Alanda sofa by Paolo Piva features adjustable armrests and headrest. The innovative design allows the sofa to adapt to the user’s comfort. With armrests down the length is 100″.
Denmark, 1960s This black leather sofa in the style of Borge Mogensen is in excellent original condition with no damage to the leather.
Denmark, 1960′s This comfortable sofa by Hans Wegner has original spring cushions which have been reupholstered with Knoll textile. The exposed oak frame makes this piece lovely to look at from all sides.
USA, 1950′s Very comfortable, large enough to seat several people. Great classic look, one of the best of Harvey Probber’s designs.
USA, 1960′s This rare Jens Risom settee features a sleigh base with back rail exposed and gently curved arms. Separate back cushions.
USA, 1950′s Elegant and beautifully reupholstered settee by Jens Risom. Very comfortable.
USA, 1970′s This marvelous sofa is dramatically accented with chrome edging. With luxurious herringbone textile, this sofa is beautiful and very comfortable.
Italy, 1930′s This very elegant five piece sectional sofa system can be configured in any combination.
Italy, 1990′s This quality-made Italian leather sofa has wide comfortable armrests that are sturdy enough to sit on. The sofa comes with two matching throw pillows.
Denmark, 1950′s A rare find for its size, this beautiful piece by acclaimed Danish designer Hans Wegner seats four comfortably.
USA, 1950′s This beautiful early Dunbar sofa has been expertly reupholstered in Knoll textile. With a tufted back and long bench seat this piece has a very elegant silhouette and always looks neat and tidy.
USA, 1950′s This impressive sofa by Harvey Probber features a unique organic curved shape. From corner to corner this piece measures 125″, and the seat depth is 24″.
USA, 1970′s The Omnibus sofa, first designed in the late 1960′s, would become one of the hallmarks of Kagan’s career. Comprised of modular, multi-directional and interchangeable sections, it creates true interior landscapes with a hi-lo perch that offers multi-level seating.