This rounded sofa features checked black leather with woolen seats. It can be detached into two pieces for shipping.
This leather sofa was produced in Swtizerland by de Sede. It is model number DS - 2011 and is made from a steel construction with grey leather upholstery and with two loose cushions covered with grey fabric.
This de Sede DS-85 daybed can be transformed into a double bed. It is upholstered in ecru white creme fine soft aniline leather. It features a circumferential tubular steel frame. The sofa or daybed can be pulled out to reveal sleeping space for two. The leather is in very good condition with a voluminous and comfortable seat padding.
Original Vintage DS 80 daybed from De Sede of Switzerland. Built in the 1970s and upholstered with patchwork aniline leather with bolster cushions standing on a slatted black wooden frame. The daybed has detachable wooden side and back rests and is extremely comfortable.
This pair of sofas features a quadrangular structure of tubular metal and white leather upholstery. One sofa has four cushions and the other has three.
- German daybed from the 1950s - From the first owner and in original condition - Comes from a holiday apartment - Features a Teddy fabric cover - Seat is very comfortable and cozy - Stands on metal screw-on legs - Clean, very stable, and ready to use
This daybed, also known as the Living Platform, consists of anthracite leather on a satin chrome frame. The seat slides forward out from under the backrest to transform into a full-width single bed.
Ein klassisches Klappsofa aus den 60er Jahren, mit einem Fach unter der Sitzfläche. Sofa auf Original Federn, komplett restauriert. Liegefläche - 94,5 x 186 cm.
This set consists of two sofas seating five people in total, plus a resopal table which can be attached left or right. The set features steel frames and chrome feet. It has been newly padded and reupholstered with an open-pore natural aniline leather in a cognac color.
This set was designed by Gerd Lange for de Sede Switzerland, circa 1985. It consists of a two-seater sofa and a lounge chair with thick black leather upholstery and a chromed tubular base. This set has not been in production since 1991, and is reminiscent of the Memphis style. It is signed and labeled underneath.
This vintage cognac leather sectional sofa with hocker was made in the 1960s.
This sofa was produced by Percival Lafer in Brazil in 1961. It features a wooden frame with lime green leather upholstery, which has become patinated over time.
This vintage sofabed features a golden brass base and new upholstery.
This three-seater sofa from the 1960s was designed and produced by Eran in Denmark and features original brown leather upholstery.
Sturdy sofa made from thick leather by the Italian company Molinari.
This model DS47 leather two seat sofa was produced by de Sede.
A 1950s Danish ´´GE-1´´ daybed and footstool by Hans J. Wegner for Getama. With a padouk hardwood frame, brass hinges, and a steel reclining mechanism, this piece was Wegner´s first design for Getama. The piece has been reupholstered in soft Kvadrat ´´Field 182´´ fabric, and the Getama makers mark is stamped to the underside.
This mid-century Beaufort daybed sofa from the 1960s was designed by George van Rijk. It features a backrest that can easily be flipped over to create a mattress. The sofa features a heavy aluminum frame and original upholstery. The mattress can be set-up as a divan bed as well, and remains in a good vintage condition.