A simple sofa that is enveloping and comfortable, Santa Monica finds its distinction from the removable covers that change seasonally.
August 15th, 2011
It suits a casual and chic lifestyle; casual for its comfort and informal character and chic for its refinement. Santa Monica offers a “mix and match” of covers, cushions and accessories.
Structure in moulded polyurethane with inserts in polyurethane foam in different densities. Precovering: parts in cotton cloth with inner padding in feather and parts in polyester padding.
Final stretched covering removable in fabric and non-removable in leather. Non-stretched with final slipcover covering removable in fabric.
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