Raven Ultra-Light Sofa



Everyone will be truly amazed on seeing this sofa collection called Raven as they are ultra light sofas that are characterized by its peculiar unique shape, and material used. These furniture sets are intended for both the contract furniture market as well as consumer market. Design of this sofa is amazing as the shape is molded on a thin tubular steel frame.

The living room is the most important room in the house because usually it’s the place where family members and friends gather to chat or simply to spend some time together. So it’s important to have a very comfortable sofa. As the bed is the most important furniture from the bedroom and it even contributed to its name, the sofa is the most important furniture piece from the living room, because that’s the place where you spend most of your time. So it’s not easy to choose the right design.

This sofa has a very interesting design and shape. The very thin steel structure seems so fragile, but it’s actually more solid and durable than it seems. And the actual sofa in molded on that structure and had a very fluid shape. It’s also very comfortable to sit on. This would be a great addition to a modern or contemporary living room. It will quickly become the central point of attention.


Published by in Sofa and Chair, on March 17th, 2010

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