Between the prices of luxury furniture brands and the ill-quality of mass-produced pieces, the search for a new sofa can be a daunting task. Interior Define Sofas is hoping to take the stress out of your next purchase with their line of well-crafted designs. All of their furniture comes from factory to front door, so they can deliver you made-to-order furniture, without destroying your budget. Styles are a mix of classic, modern designs and are totally customizable, from length, to fabric, to configuration, ensuring that they have something to accommodate any aesthetic.
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Handcrafted from solid walnut in a Montreal studio, the Korgis Record Cabinet is an understated media storage solution. The shelves sit atop plated satin brass legs, with solid brass handles for the drawers. The vinyl itself sits in front loading drawers that slide out for access to the records behind, and the cabinet is available in several different configurations to meet your individual storage needs.
"Sleeping on a cloud" is a long-used mattress cliche. The Elysium Chair might actually deliver, no bed required. It was developed by Dr. David Wickett, a British inventor and designer who spent ten years studying the relationship between posture and gravitational force, earning a PhD in bioengineering along the way. As a result, it has a carbon fiber skeleton, with springs fused at precise locations and tensions and a series of foams to offer an unrivaled level of support and pressure relief. The seat is then mounted on a virtual cam that makes reclining completely effortless, providing a weightless experience at a 25% recline no other chair can provide. Handmade in Cambridge and limited to just 20 units.
Sometimes the best designs are so obvious in retrospect it's hard to believe they're original. Such is the case with the Stephen Kenn x Victorinox Stepladder Chair. Made from powdercoated steel and aged vegetable-tanned leather, it has a sling-style seat that's both comfortable and promotes good posture. Ingeniously, and in typical Swiss Army fashion, the frame pivots forward to transform the chair into a stepladder, making this piece of furniture far more useful than traditional dinner table seating.
Whether you're looking to use your space more creatively, or just get the most out of your studio apartment, Ori Robotic Furniture is a great solution. The name of the product gets its name from Japanese Origami and the tech comes out of the MIT Media Lab. Each unit has the ability to slide gracefully in your space by simply pushing a button on the Ori dial, which then transforms the room from a bedroom to a living room, to a office in seconds. As apartments in the city get smaller and smaller, products like Ori become more important to making a smaller space comfortable and classy.