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Project Sofa 1 SOFA, 11 DESIGNERS, 52 PILLOWS

Plus don’t miss the debut of our 12 new sofas and 17 designer pillows!


Cover Illustration of the Quinn Sofa and Sedgewick Bar Cart in Roxy's NYC Apartment by Ashley Brooke Designs

*Enter for a chance to win your own custom illustration on www.cupofte.blogspot.com!


A note from our founder When I first started thinking about PROJECT SOFA, 2013 was fast approaching. I found myself increasingly retrospective about all the wonderful things that had happened in the past year and all the bright possibilities that lay before me with the coming of the new year. Fresh starts are like blank canvases waiting to be splashed upon, the opportunity to make your mark in a way that no one else can. In this eager spirit, I present to you the first look book of 2013, PROJECT SOFA. I’ve invited an incredible group of designers to make their very own design mark. Our brand new, tufted CHARLOTTE SOFA, upholstered in “blank canvas” white serves as an energizing fresh start and the backdrop for an amazing display of creativity and style that is reimagined 11 times over in each designer’s own unique way. You’ll also find a first look at all our NEW SOFAS(12 TOTAL!) and NEW PILLOW COLLECTION, boasting some of our favorite fabrics handpicked by the designers themselves. Once again, I thank you for all your kinds words, enthusiastic cheering on, and for being the reason Society Social has the opportunity to splash about as much color as we please in the coming year! Cheers to you, and in the vibrant spirit behind PROJECT SOFA, cheers to all the bright possibilities to come in 2013!

xoxo,

Roxy


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Sarah Lederman www.chevronandstripes.com

Sarah Lederman is currently a student at New York School of Interior Design and an intern at Bunny Williams, Inc. She’s taking on exciting smaller projects this summer and plans to offer full-service design packages after graduation!

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What is your current favorite design trend?I’ve been see-

Design Style Icon? Albert Hadley, Bunny Williams, Miles

ing the Martinique Banana Leaf wallpaper from the Beverly Hills Hotel all over the place recently and I love it!

Redd, Jonathan Adler, the list could go on forever...

Favorite shelter read? I’m a huge ELLE Decor fan. And while I read Architectural Digest in print, I happen to really love their website. It’s well organized and you can dig into the archives, which is where I find some of the best inspiration / pinning material!

What’s one thing people may not know about you? I was a fine arts major in college and every once in a while I’ll pick up the paint brush again.

Favorite city? To live in, NYC. To dream about living in, Florence. 

Favorite bloom? I’ve recently fallen in love with Paperwhites! Signature scent? Diptyque’s Do Son What would we find on your bar cart? You mean my Madison Mixer? My vintage bamboo handled ice bucket, a mint julep cup filled with striped straws, and some of the fixings for our favorite libations.

Favorite all time fabric? Brunschwig & Fils Les Touches I collect... Treasures from the sea - shells, coral, stones.

Secret small joy... Museum hopping between my afternoon classes. Favorite thing about your home? My working fireplace— something I’ve ALWAYS coveted.

One thing you want to accomplish in 2013? A big one—to launch my first business!


Tangerine Ming Mustard Color Block Pillow

Oh La La Links Ochre Herringbone Throw

P R O J E CT SOFA: SARAH’ S CHARL OTTE


Chinoiserie Hot Pink

Missoni Gold Autumn Herringbone Throw


Lauren & Suzanne McGrath www.goodbonesgreatpieces.com

What three words best describe your style? Eclectic, colorful, fresh

What is your current favorite design trend? Faux bois wallpaper (especially by Nobilis)

Favorite bloom? Ranunculus  Signature scent? Tom Ford Jasmin Rouge I never leave home without...La Mer lip balm 

What’s one design faux pas that people should avoid at all costs? Using the same fabric for your curtains as your pillows! 

Fashion Style Icon? Carine Roitfeld 

How long have you been in the design industry, and how did you get started? Suzanne started in the early 1990s

Favorite all time fabric? Brunschwig & Fils Les Touches 

Design Style Icon? Tom Scheerer

working for Cullman & Kravis. Lauren started while co-producing our blog, then book, and got hooked!

Recent or all time favorite client find? Abstract art

Favorite shelter read? Lonny 

I collect...chairs

What’s one thing people may not know about you? We

Favorite thing about your home? It’s full of all of things

are obsessed with finding good food wherever we are. 

we’ve collected together over the years.

Favorite city? London 

One thing you want to accomplish in 2013? To go

Secret small joy…Chocolate chip

from the 1970s 

to Soul Cycle more!

cookies from Yura Cafe down the street from our office! DESIGN ER SPOTL IGHT


Pink Pagoda

P R O J E C T S O FA: L AUREN & SUZAN N E’ S CHARL OTTE


Sky Blue Greek Key Lumbar


Liz Caan www.lizcaan.com

What three words best describe your style? Enchanting, energetic, fearless

What is your current favorite design trend? I’m loving artisanal furniture, customizable and artful wallpaper, fabrics from boutique vendors and artists.

What’s one design faux pas that people should avoid at all costs? Matching all their wood or metal finishes. Mix it

Favorite bloom? Peonies I never leave home without...my glasses! What would we find on your bar cart? Alcohol with attractive labels! A swanky bottle opener, stylish cocktail picks, upscale glassware, and a silver bowl of nuts.

Fashion style icon? Aerin Lauder 

up people!

Design style icon? Miles Redd

Favorite city? Paris

I collect...vintage Swiss object posters. 

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Favorite all time paint? Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter. I use it all the time!


Throw in Bellflower Polka Dot Charcoal Inky Stripes

P R O J E CT SOFA: L IZ’ S CHARL OTTE


Grafitti Black Inky Stripes

Custom Lumbar in Designer’s Guild Taru Lime


Naomi Stein www.designmanifest.blogspot.com

What three words best describe your style? Preppy,

I never leave home without... My tape measure and iphone.

bohemian, vintage

Gotta photograph and measure all of the treasures I find!

What is your current favorite design trend? I love that

Secret small joy? Fancy candles! I like to burn them with

eclectic style is really being embraced right now.  People are open to mixing modern, traditional, chinoiserie, rustic and global influences.

wild abandon.

How long have you been in the design industry, and how did you get started? 8 years! I saw potential to develop the design division of my father’s construction company. I approached him and started learning the ropes while going back to school to study interior decoration. Now we are a full service interior design and construction firm. I love that I design rooms and he turns them into a reality!

I collect... I’ve gotten really into crystals and I have this vision that I want them sprinked throughout my home in unexpected places.

Recent or all time favorite client find? A vintage ebonized commode I found for my clients’ living room. I took me 6 months to track down an affordable one but it was worth it!

Favorite thing about your home? Hard to choose as there are so many darling elements, but I love my working fireplace!

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One thing you want to accomplish in 2013?...Finish my cottage renovation this year while maintaining a balanced, fulfilled life!

What would we find on your bar cart? I’m more of a beer and wine girl, but I do love me some tequila! I’m thinking for the new place I may stock my cart with various high-end tequilas and throw a little tasting party. Pretty glasses are a must too.


Custom pillow in Schumacher’s Shanghai Peacock

Betwixt

Navy Greek Key Lumbar

Bleeker

P R O J E C T SOFA: N AOMI’ S CHARL OTTE


Eddie Ross www.eddieross.com

What three words best describe your style? Worldy, personal, eclectic

What is your current favorite design trend? Brass Bamboo

What’s one design faux pas that people should avoid at all costs? Rugs that are too small for their spaces. How long have you been in the design industry, and how did you get started? 10+ years. I was styling my friend Chris Madden’s house for a House Beautiful shoot when the producing editor invited me in to interview for a position on staff. Four months later, I had my own column, Weekend Shopper, for which I’d travel to flea markets around the country giving new life to old things.

Favorite shelter read? Of all my favorite reads (and there are many), I always look forward to my print copy of Martha Stewart Living. I have every issue since the magazine began.

What’s one thing people may not know about you? The only classes I ever got A’s in was Home Economics.

I never leave home without...My iPhone. I’m lost without Instagram.

What would we find on your bar cart? An 1890s etched crystal decanter, 1970s Italian Lucite and brass bar tools, and a brand new cocktail shaker with 18-kt. gold details from Joseph Altuzarra for Target.

Fashion Style Icon? The costume designer Adrian Design Style Icon? Tony Duquette Favorite all time fabric? Suzani prints

Favorite city? London Favorite bloom? Antique garden roses. Classic and beautiful.

Recent or all time favorite client find? For myself, a set of six needlepoint pillows from the 60s

Signature scent?

I collect... Everything under the sun.

Fresh cut grass

Secret small joy? Peanut Butter M&Ms Favorite thing about your home? My partner Jaithan. One thing you want to accomplish in 2013? Produce our first book. DESIGN ER SPOTL IGHT


Golden Cheetah Print

Charlotte customized in our Navy Velvet

Suzani Throw

P R O J E CT SOFA: EDDIE’ S CHARL OTTE


Want to get your own

look like Eddie’s Navy Velvet Charlotte?

Browse our fabric gallery, take your pick, then email us for pricing info at contact@shopsocietysocial.com


TWILL


VELVET


BRUSHED CANVAS

LINENS


SUNBRELLA™ INDOOR/ OUTDOOR

Don’t be like the rest of them, darling! Choose from hundreds of fabrics and make your very own designer mark!


Caitlin Wilson www.caitlinwilsontextiles.com

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What’s one design faux pas that people should avoid at all costs? Hanging frames too high on the wall!  How long have you been in the design industry, and how did you get started? Since 2006, after graduating from college and completing a program at Parsons.

What’s one thing people may not know about you?  I’m addicted to Pure Barre!

Favorite city? San Francisco Favorite bloom? Peonies Signature scent? Flowerbomb by Viktor & Rolf. What would we find on your bar cart? Flowers, wrapped candies and mint limeade.

Design Style Icon? Celerie Kemble I collect...dishes. Secret small joy? Manicures.

Recent or all time favorite client find? A mid-century brass bamboo legged coffee table complete with a carrera top. Best eBay find ever! Favorite thing about your home? the people in it.


Pink City Maze

Navy Deco

P R O J E C T SOFA: CAITL IN ’ S CHARL OTTE


Navy Souk Trellis Navy Fleur Chinois

Blue Cheetah Lumbar


Irene Lovett www.designstiles.me

What three words best describe your style? Fun, colorful,

One thing you want to accomplish in 2013? To be more

affordable.

active in the way I support other women. I’ll start small with giving other women genuine compliments; I usually keep them in. But it’d be great if we all really could just quit these weird jealousy and inferiority complex issues we have toward each other.

What is your current favorite design trend? Originality. Favorite shelter read? House Beautiful, Elements of Style; Erin had major influence in my starting my blog. Before I even get out of bed, I check out her new post. Every morning.

What’s one thing people may not know about you? I listen to Electric Dance Music every time I drive, on high volume. It’s always a party in my car. When people get in, I change the station and pretend it never happened.

Favorite city? Los Angeles. It’s home. Favorite bloom? Hot pink coxcomb.

What’s one design faux pas that people should avoid at all costs? Being overly matchy-matchy. Don’t be afraid to mix things up! The matchymatchy look isn’t indicative of one’s personality.

I never leave home without... chapstick. Design Style Icon? Tamara Kaye-Honey for her playful, modern approach to design. And she’s genuinely nice.

I collect... quirky home accessories. Secret small joy... I kind of like it when my husband goes out of town because I’ll be sneaky and eat fast food.

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Blue velvet

Peacocks and Petals

Pom Pom Throw

Heart It

Custom pillow with Quadrille Zen Coal Off White fabric and Calico Corners Piping

P R O J E C T SOFA: IREN E’ S CHARL OTTE


Get Roxy’s look!

P R O J E CT SOFA: ROXY’ S CHARL OTTE


Luli Sanchez Abstract Art

Robert abbey gourd lamp

Orangerie Rose

Oh la la links

Olive Greek Key Lumbar

Fuschia Peak

Ginger jar

Fretwork Table (coming soon!)

Leopard cowhide rug


Barrie Benson www.barriebenson.com

What three words best describe your style? Colorful,

Favorite shelter read? WSJ Off Duty-- Deborah Needleman’s

modern with a touch of the South

fabulous creation. She is also the editor of the New York Times Style Magazine, T, another favorite. I love them all: Veranda, World of Interiors, Elle Decor… The blogs I love to read include Style Court, Smitten Kitten, Serious Eats, GOOP, Peak of Chic…

What is your current favorite design trend? Local flavor and personality mixed into one’s home...not a trend but that is always my inspiration.

How long have you been in the design industry, and how did you get started? A little over 15 years. I worked for a hotel design firm and designed hotels from Germany to New Orleans. 

What’s one thing people may not know about you?  I was a college swimmer. 

Favorite city? New York

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Favorite bloom? Dahlias Signature scent? I really get tired of all perfumes but I do spritz on a few Tom Ford and Diptyque perfumes. I have a ‘no perfume’ rule in the office…so I have to abide.

I never leave home without...forgetting something. What would we find on your bar cart? Hendricks Gin and homemade brandied cherries that I make each Christmas for all my peeps.

Fashion Style Icon? A little Hanelli Mustaparta, a little Lauren

What’s one design faux pas that people should avoid at all costs? a suite of furniture I collect...china, shoes and linen bar napkins. Secret small joy? Cooking in my kitchen and hoping at least 2 out of 3 like it!

Favorite thing about your home? The family that lives

Bush Lauren, and a little Iris Apfel.

inside!

Design Style Icon? Miles Redd, William Haines, Jacques

One thing you want to accomplish in 2013? Handle all

Grange

Favorite all time fabric? Chaing Mai Dragon from Schumacher in any color. I do not seem to get tired of it.

Recent or all time favorite client find? A Robsjohn-Gibbings suite of furniture in the basement of a client’s grandfather’s house just waiting for a home!

problems with more Grace! 


Custom lumbar in Claremont’s Makeba in Carob with electric red seed welt

Malachite

P R O J E C T SOFA: BARRIE’ S CHARL OTTE


Heather Roberts www.hhinteriors.com & www.ivyandvine.com

What three words best describe your style? Vintage, preppy, eclectic

What is your current favorite design trend? Lacquered walls...enough said!

What’s one design faux pas that people should avoid at all costs? Don’t ever paint walls without getting at least 4-5 samples up and look at them at all times of the day before deciding.

How long have you been in the design industry, and how did you get started?I started my design business in 2007 after leaving my old career in Magazines. Ivy and Vine was born in Summer 2012, a fun complement to HHR interiors.

Fashion Style Icon? My good friend, Katie Hobbs who owns the online retailer, Les Nouvelles. She always knows how to look amazing even when we go antiquing. Design Style Icon? Billy Baldwin Favorite all time fabric? Michael Devine’s Gramercy. After seeing it in Aerin Lauder’s East Hampton House in House and Garden 2007 I was hooked!

Recent or all time favorite client find? Vintage Bamboo

Favorite shelter read? Lonny What’s one thing people may not know about you? I played Women’s Ice Hockey in high school and college.

Favorite city? New York City. Lived there for 12 years!

Metal Etagere from the 60s. We just finished a big job in Austin, Texas and the client loved this for displaying her family photos.

I collect...Foo Dogs Secret small joy? Le Petit Ecolier Milk Chocolate LU cookies –

Favorite bloom? Peonies – they were my wedding flower.

love these guys!

Signature scent? Santa Maria Novella Honeysuckle.

Favorite thing about your home? I have a 1940s home in

I never leave home without... My measuring tape. I’m always on the hunt for cool things and I never know if I can fit them in my SUV!

What would we find on your bar cart? Lots of bottles of Cotes du Rhone, monogrammed cocktail napkins and vintage bottle openers.

Atlanta. It has all of the original details and bones, including the original checkered floor in the foyer – very Dorothy Draper!

One thing you want to accomplish in 2013? To spend more time with my three little kids. Work sometimes takes over and I can’t be with them as much as I would like!

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Orange cashmere throw

Custom Quadrille China Seas in Light Turquoise

Ivy and Vine Cowhide

P R O J E C T SOFA: HEATHER’ S CHARL OTTE


Bailey McCarthy www.peppermintbliss.com

What three words best describe your style?  Whimsical, kooky, fun.

What’s one design faux pas that people should avoid at all costs? Playing it too safe. Your home should reflect your personality. I doubt many people with high self-esteem would describe themselves as “beige.” How long have you been in the design industry, and how did you get started? I have been decorating for four years now, and I got started as the assistant to an interior designer in Chicago. I have always loved decorating but had never considered it as a career until working for her.

Favorite shelter read? Oh lord. House Beautiful for print hands down, and then Matchbook Magazine for digital. I love Lonny with all my heart. 

What’s one thing people may not know about you?  I am actually quite handy. 

Favorite bloom? Ranunculus.

Design Style Icon? Miles Redd, Celerie Kemble, Amanda Nisbet.

Favorite all-time fabric? Scalamandre. China Seas. I collect... lambs. Not living ones- yet. Gah! A girl can dream. Secret small joy? It’s not the secret, or small, but Britney & Beyonce are my girls and keep me inspired and motivated.

Favorite thing about your home? How collected and personal and homey it feels. I feel like I have finally settled into my own style.

One thing you want to accomplish in 2013? To see Biscuit Bedding in homes around the world!

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Herringbone Throw

China Seas Pillows

Teal Greek Lumbar

P R O J E C T SOFA: BAIL EY’ S CHARL OTTE


Fuchsia Ikat Silk Pillow


Lisa Ehrlich www.hamptontoes.blogspot.com

What three words best describe your style? Classic, timeless, and infused with modern day finesse

What’s one design faux pas that people should avoid at all costs? Designing a home with the latest trends. How long have you been in the design industry, and how did you get started? In 2006, I made a career change to follow my passion for interior design. It was my desire to combine my innate design skills with my internship at the venerable Bunny Williams to one day start my own interior design firm. That dream and goal has been realized.

Favorite shelter read? I thrive on indulging in anything design related, whether it be a shelter magazine, an online digital mag, or the plethora of blogs available...they are all favorites!

What’s one thing people may not know about you? I am a boarder... snowboarder, paddleboarder, and wakeboarder!

Fashion Style Icon? Grace Kelly Design Style Icon? Albert Hadley, Bunny Williams, and Kelly Wearstler

Favorite all time fabric? I’ve spent too many days in the D & D Building in NYC to have just one favorite textile. There are so many beautiful choices! I do gravitate towards animal prints, I like at least one in every project.

Recent or all time favorite client find? I’m someone who truly loves every single detail of creating a space for a client, that I find it hard to pick one favorite find. Instead I’ll go with my excitement to have learned about Society Social. Your offerings are fabulous, chic, and priced well. Every home could use at least one Society Social piece!

I collect...I keep all of the love notes and little doodles written to

Favorite city? New York City

me by my six year old daughter and four year old son.

Favorite bloom? Oh my, I like them all. Just one? How about

Secret small joy? Eating caramel!

peonies, aren’t they so lush and pretty?

Favorite thing about your home? That it is a place full of

Signature scent? I never wear perfume; I prefer to smell freshly showered.

happiness.

One thing you want to accomplish in 2013? This year I am

I never leave home without...My smile and my handbag. What would we find on your bar cart? When entertain-

working on taking my business to the next level. I look forward to creating new opportunities and continually growing my business.

ing it is filled with wine offerings, however day-to-day you’ll find beautiful empty crystal decanters, a vintage ice bucket, and party “coffee table” books. DESIGN ER SPOTL IGHT


Indigo Herringbone Throw

Metallic Brush Pillow

Navy Greek Key Lumbar Pillow

P R O J E CT SOFA: L ISA’ S CHARL OTTE


“I got my Quinn sofa this week, and I just wanted to tell you how much I love it. It is PERFECT - really well made, great fabric, and super comfy!  – Shannon, TX, The Quinn Sofa IN LOVE with my chairs! You are going to be my new go-to girl for all my new furniture! -Elizabeth, IL, Two Marilyn Lounge Chairs in Pink Love my Marilyn sofa!  I’ve had it for a few weeks now, and it’s amazingly comfortable! I’ve received so many compliments too! -Jaimee, MA, The Marilyn Sofa “My chair just arrived!!! It is absolutely darling and just perfect! The delivery service was great as well. I’m so in love with my pink chair, thank you! -Devon, TX, The Marilyn Lounge Chair in Pink “It is fantastic! It looks great, and the guys did a great job dropping it off. Since it’s white, they even asked to wash their hands before they removed the cover, which we really appreciated.” -Brooke, NC, The Marilyn Sofa in White


MEET OUR NEW SOFAS

presenting SOCIETY SOCIAL SOFAS

classic, timeless, traditional, roll arm, scalloped, tufted, feminine, tailored, track arm, tight back, polished, pretty, flared, spacious, comfy, quality, skirted, chic, resilient, streamlined, tapered, charming, contrast piping, modern, colorful... search no more!


Uptown Elise with skirt

Uptown Emily with skirt

MEET ELISE

MEET EMILY

The classic English Roll Arm sofa­—a timeless look featuring set back roll arms and large loose cushions both conducive for curling up. • Solid hardwood frame • Sinuous steel springs “no sag” • Resilient dacron foam cushions wrapped in polyfiber for maximum quality and comfort • Handcrafted in North Carolina 36”L x 81”W x 38”H

The clean lines and slightly flared arms of our most spacious sofa paired with its large loose cushions make for a sophisticated yet inviting feel. • Solid hardwood frame • Sinuous steel springs “no sag” • Resilient dacron foam cushions wrapped in polyfiber for maximum quality and comfort • Handcrafted in North Carolina • 36”L x 84”W x 40”H

Downtown Elise without skirt

Downtown Emily without skirt

MEET OUR N EW SOFAS


MEET BEAUMONT

MEET HAYDEN

Luxurious, perfectly tufted, softly curved arms–it just doesn’t get any better than a timeless and charming Chesterfield sofa. • Solid hardwood frame • Sinuous steel springs “no sag” • Resilient dacron foam cushions wrapped in polyfiber for maximum quality and comfort • Handcrafted in North Carolina • 36”L x 68”W x 31”H

The track arm sofa­—a classic modern look possessing the versatility to anchor any room. • Solid hardwood frame • Sinuous steel springs “no sag” • Resilient dacron foam cushions wrapped in polyfiber for maximum quality and comfort • Handcrafted in North Carolina • 35”L x 82”W x 41”H

Hayden

Beaumont

M EET OUR N EW SOFAS


MEET CHARLOTTE

MEET PENELOPE

Sweet sloping arms, a tufted tight back, and tailored “T” shaped seat cushions make Charlotte pretty as well as polished. • Solid hardwood frame • Sinuous steel springs “no sag” • Resilient dacron foam cushions wrapped in polyfiber for maximum quality and comfort • Handcrafted in North Carolina • 34”L x 77”W x 36”H

La femme at its finest- a subtly scalloped back and dainty tapered feet. • Solid hardwood frame • Sinuous steel springs “no sag” • Resilient dacron foam cushions wrapped in polyfiber for maximum quality and comfort • Handcrafted in North Carolina • 32”L x 77.5”W x 38”H

Penelope Charlotte

MEET OUR N EW SOFAS


MEET JANE A roll arm sofa for every space, Jane. She’s comfortable and classic, for the home exuding effortless style. • Solid hardwood frame • Sinuous steel springs “no sag” • Resilient dacron foam cushions wrapped in polyfiber for maximum quality and comfort • Handcrafted in North Carolina • 35”L x 82”W x 41”H

Downtown Jane without skirt

M EET OUR N EW SOFAS

Uptown Jane with skirt


MEET MARILYN PETITE

MEET BLAIR

The loveseat version of our most popular Marilyn Sofa. Marilyn Petite features the same feminine curves and tailored tight back with chic piping detail. She’s perfect for small spaces with big style. • Solid hardwood frame • Sinuous steel springs “no sag” • Resilient dacron foam cushions wrapped in polyfiber for maximum quality and comfort • Handcrafted in North Carolina • 37”L x 55”W x 39”H

Slim track arms and a smooth, streamlined silhouette make Blair an easy classic– the very definition of modern, understated style. • Solid hardwood frame • Sinuous steel springs “no sag” • Resilient dacron foam cushions wrapped in polyfiber for maximum quality and comfort • Handcrafted in North Carolina • 35”L x 81”W x 36”H

Blair

Marilyn Petite

MEET OUR N EW SOFAS


And don’t forget about our first debut styles…

QUINN

MARILYN

M EET OUR N EW SOFAS


MADELINE

MEET OUR N EW SOFAS


Society Social pillows

FEATURED IN PROJECT SOFA & OUR NEW DESIGNER ADDITIONS See our entire pillow collection here!


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