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Modular Styling

It’s simple to style your home with inspiring furnishings from a quality brand. Opt for contemporary pieces that won’t clutter your home but will leave it cool, calm and sophisticated.

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In a day and age where we are surrounded by colours of every shade imaginable, it can be a refreshing change to go back to the basics and embrace minimalist and contemporary ideas and designs in our homes. Luxury home furnishing brand BoConcept showcases modern collections from a wide range of designers, including this sophisticated and modular seating collection. The Milos sofa is a modern and casual-looking sofa, which plays on the effect of the check pattern and stitches. It is both soft-looking and tight in its expression, with light legs to enhance the modern touch. This particular sofa has had every detail considered. It gives you the freedom of making different sofas from the same units. The sofa concept itself is very manageable and consists of 12 different modules, which can be combined in many different ways. The modules are fully upholstered and the

armrest has the same angle as the back, so wherever you sit will be comfortable. The ottomans, which come in two different sizes, make it possible to create a very flexible solution, so the sofa can be adjusted to the occasion. Try and connect the sofa and the ottoman to create a lounging unit, or use the ottoman freestanding to create seating capacity for even more people. BoConcept offers the Milos sofa in a broad variety of more than 80 different leathers and fabrics, so no matter what your style is, you will be able to find a suitable colour and material. It’s worth noticing, however, that the Milos sofa is especially beautiful covered in leather, where the distinctive stitches stand out even more. Spice up the sleek look of the sofa by adding your own favourite cushions — in a matching or contrasting colour. E Call 17 564-319.

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