Modern DIY Sofa – Eric Dalpiaz

Here is the best DIY sofa design ever seen, made by Eric Dalpiaz. Foam on all sides of various thickness, different for seat, back, and arms.I really like this modern sofa and I will try to make one but smaller for my home. This sofa is made of hardwood and MDF frame, has elastic straps for the seating and they will support the weight of the person sitting there and make them feel comfortable. The foam placed on this frame is covered with an eco upholstery that is also stain resistant, which is a good thing in the living room, especially if you have small children or absent-minded friends.

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The sofa is made of six different pieces that come together and make up this comfy sofa for four. And to make the interior design of the room with this sofa in even more interesting and post-modernist in style the designer also added an unusual coffee table made of concrete. I wonder how he will move this coffee table closer or farther from the sofa.



Published by in Sofa and Chair, on October 5th, 2009

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One Response to “Modern DIY Sofa – Eric Dalpiaz”

  • Palliser Leather Recliners says:

    Its very nice collection of different and latest style sofas. people always look for this type of modern sofa for their home. So everybody want to buy it for their home.

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