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coupole bleue Stool
coupole bleue
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coupole bleue is surreal enticement into a wonderworld of formal diversity. This irresistible composition of curved back, soaring body and textile combination creates imaginative variety:
charming the way the wave-shaped backrest hugs the sofa body, making it possible to lean up against asymmetrically rising lower and higher back element. An allround groove marks the expansive cubic surface whilst loose armrest cushions placed on left and right create a soft, textile look. Practical feature: a square mini-table can be docked either in the centre of the groove or on the corners. Sitting and lounging or relaxing and reclining – coupole bleue playfully fashions transitions. Simply place the rounded rest elements wherever they are desired – they also act as comfortable headrests when stretching out. Higher rest elements make for a witty alternative when inserted into the groove. The sophisticated design allows for one of these rest elements to be used as a link, combining two coupole bleue sofas into a corner ensemble. And coupole bleue entirely without rest elements in a flattering dream fabric mix appears minimalist and simply heavenly: the soft padded quilted base in grey-beige subtly matches the white back and side element covers. Alternatively, the body cover can be snow-white in textured fabric to correspond with delicate, natural coloured rest element and cushion fabrics. All covers are removable. Different leg designs customise and distinguish coupole bleue sofa compositions: dainty angled legs or filigree round legs produce gossamer-light vibrancy. Runners made of metal or metal and wood create luxurious accents. White varnished wooden runners emphasise the lighter-than-air character.