All Sewn Up: Upholstery Trend

All Sewn Up: Upholstery Trend

Defined, colorful and contoured; upholstery seams have become an important design feature, highlighting forms and adding volume to armchairs, sofas and ottomans.
Bend sofa Patricia Urquiola BB Italia_1

Contrasting stitching runs along the irregularly shaped but sculptural seams of Patricia Urquiola's Bend sofa for B&B Italia. The modular design is made up of  a series of curvaceous components, including seats, ottomans and corner elements, that join together to create flexible seating solutions for the home and office.

Ghost collection Paola Navone Gervasoni

Both beautiful and practical, the sofas, armchairs, poufs, chairs and beds that make up this family of upholstered furniture, feature removable covers with exaggerated seams available in matching or contrasting colors. Designed by Italian designer Paola Navone for Gervasoni, Ghost is available in a wide range of fabrics.

Otto poufs by Serax

Created by Belgian designer Marie Michielssen for Serax, the Otto poufs are available in two sizes and a choice of white , blue , gray , orange or red each with contrasting stitching along the seams.

Long Island by Roche Bobois

The fully removable fabric covers of the Long Island sofa from French brand Roche Bobois have a contrasting a piping detail that provides a tailored finish.

M.A.S.S.A.S.-Sofa-System Patricia-Urquiola Moroso_4

The well-defined seams of Patricia Urquiola's M.A.S.S.A.S. modular sofa system for Moroso highlight the asymmetric fabric placement.

 

Posted September 6, 2013 by Editor

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