10 Italian Leather Sofas And Their Versatile Designs

Italian leather is associated with quality and styles, especially when it comes to furniture. When buying quality leather furniture you need to know what to look for. There are ways to tell whether or not that’s real leather and to test its quality and durability. But you don’t have to worry about all that if you’re purchasing one of these elegant and versatile designer sofas.

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Portfolio is a sofa designed by Ferruccio Laviani. It has a highly flexible and versatile design, allowing one to use it either as a modular or fixed system. This also allows it to be suitable for small spaces. The versatility of the design, however, doesn’t make comfort any less important.

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Carlo Colombo designed a system of sofas called Park, with aluminum frames and back structures and padding made of multi-density polyurethane foam. The seat and back cushions are covered in Italian leather. The whole system of sofas is highly durable and yet lightweight.

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The Borderline sofa by Mauro Lipparini impresses with its harmonious design and combination of materials and textures. Its linear design is simple and features a glossy steel support frame. The seat cushions, back and armrests are covered in leather and complemented by a set of fabric accent pillows.

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This is the 1700 Jelly sofa. It was designed by Gianluigi Landoni and the name actually describes it pretty well. It’s a casual, soft and cozy piece of furniture with no visible frames or structures. It has raw cut edges and colored yarn stitching that emphasizes its casual and natural look.

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By contrast, the Patmos sofa designed by Terry Dwan has a really lightweight and fresh look. This is a modular sofa which includes a series of leather seats and wooden blocks which can be organized in various ways. This makes the design highly versatile.

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The Slab sofa has a design with subtle architectural influences and which combines the linearity of simple shapes the softness of the materials used in its construction to get an overall harmonious look. It was designed by Mauro Lipparini.

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Featuring a strong internal structure made of solid pine and poplar plywood and a metal frame, the Caresse Fly 2 seater sofa designed by Alessandro Dalla Pozza is ideal for small spaces and elegant interior designs. It’s a piece of furniture that would look quite nice in a home office. The upholstery is available in both fabric and Italian leather with completely removable covers.

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Yang is a sleek leather sofa designed by Rodolfo Dordoni which impresses with its simplicity and highly comfortable structure. It offers a dynamic seating system where geometric lines meet gentle curves and soft volumes to create a one-of-a-kind design and experience. The most interesting detail is the series of offset elements which can be combined in a variety of ways and which include ottomans and side tables.

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This is Fly, a simple sofa with a modern design created by John Hope. It sits on a floating metal platform which gives it a timeless and classical look. The soft cushions can be used as ottomans or extra seats if so desired.

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Meet Alison, a sofa available in three different sizes and able to adapt to a variety of designs and decors thanks to its simple and unpretentious design. It’s upholstered with dark brown Italian leather and it’s a timeless piece.