Sack Sofa from Marc Sadler

This sofa over here reminds me of the times I went camping. The resemblance with a sleeping bag is striking and in some way this is good thing. Those who got out in the nature and explored the wild mountains know that in the evening when you are tired of walking across narrow pats and rocky trails the sleeping bag is the ultimate comfortable experience. In those moments you forget all about fluffy pillows, nice and warm silk sheets or leather armchairs. When you snuggle up in that sack you are in heaven. Inspired from that design this new sofa reminds you that comfort is not something you take for granted.

So when somebody walks into your living room and sits on that couch, it will automatically appreciate the true meaning of comfort. Another thing people will probably do is stand straight and not lean backwards because in their mind there is an already formed picture that tells them that those pillows are not stable.

Although the backrests are removable this is after all a sofa and you can trust in it fully. Made for pure comfort this sofa doesn’t have a pretentious design that will go perfectly in a classy, elegant interior, but I bet you that Marc Sadler’s sack sofa is going to be perfect in a young man’s interior who has just moved into his very first one bedroom apartment.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on July 25th, 2012


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