If you happen to be on a budget, shopping for a sofa can be a real nightmare. Overstuffed leather and pleather abound, as well as row after row of shapeless couches meant for people who like to sink into their furniture and stay there. Finding a piece with clean lines, quality construction, and good fabric is nearly impossible—until now. Thanks to designer Edgar Blazona and his residential furniture company TrueModern, you can enjoy timeless modern shapes “all at a price you can afford.”
Luna Sofa. Designed by Edgar Blazona. Manufactured by TrueModern.
Retro Sofa Inspired by Danish Design
TrueModern believes in Modernism for Life. Their furniture interprets classic mid-century designs. The company’s line of sofas, all designed by founder and CEO Edgar Blazona, is “comfortable, livable and versatile, fitting in almost any home.” One of these pieces in particular, the Luna Sofa, is as beautiful as it is simple. Inspired by Danish design, Luna Sofa features button tufting on the back, slanted wooden legs, and a boxy shape—all details that lend it “a retro feel.”
The well-proportioned Luna—it measures W 84” x H 31” x D 36”—comes in five fabric options, all in a versatile 100% polyester fabric: Charcoal, Chocolate, Dolphin (Medium Grey), Mouse (Greyish Khaki), and Ivory. The sofa’s legs are available in two wood choices: honey and espresso. Luna Sofa includes that lovely mid-century detail—button tufting. And who doesn’t love tufting? Luna’s back and bottom cushions are removable, which helps with cleaning. An added benefit for people who like to buy domestic is that Luna Sofa is made in USA.
About the Manufacturer: TrueModern is a furniture and textiles company that produces modern, minimalist furniture at an affordable price. The company was founded by Edgar Blazona in 2005, specializing in products for the residential market. The company makes a line of kids’ furniture as well, which is intended to appeal to parents who don’t want to compromise modern style or quality craftsmanship. Current CEO Edgar Blazona is known for his “clean lines and impeccable workmanship.”