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10 Modern Sofas Available Right Here in Toronto

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These modern sofas, all carried by local retailers, will transform any space you put them in

Looking for a modern sofa in Toronto? Look no further. With brands like Muuto, Vitra and Roche Bobois, there’s no shortage of stunning seating suitable for any space. Better yet, they’re all available from local retailers.

Modern sofas - the Avalanche sofa by German label COR

Avalanche

Aptly named for its tumbledown backrests, the Avalanche sofa, by German label COR, transforms to accommodate aggressive lounging around, just fold and forget. Available in multiple fabrics and finishes at Büro Klaus.

Modern sofas - Vitra's modular Grand Sofa

Grand Sofa

Despite its generous proportions, Vitra’s modular Grand Sofa treads lightly, featuring slender side and back walls and an aluminum base. The open design enables users to adapt it to them, rather than the other way around, while a clever sofa tray fits atop the arm or back rest, so drinks and knick knacks are never far from hand. Available at Studio b.

modern sofas - Alesso Sleeper

Alesso Sleeper

Just like after eating big meal, undoing the belt – well, belts – of CB2’s Alesso Sleeper lets it all out, with the seat unfolding to allow for a good night’s rest. Available at CB2.

Lowlife modular system

Lowlife Sofa

The Lowlife modular system designed by Numen/For Use for Prostoria combines various backrest heights and seat depths for a highbrow lounging experience. Available at Augustus Jones.

GUS Soren

Gus Soren Sofa

Geometric forms, rounded wings and a raised base make the Soren sofa from Gus Modern a Scandi-inspired keeper. Available at Stylegarage.

Odea by Roche Bobois

Odea Sofa

Resembling a wave crashing ashore, Roche Bobois’ sea green Odea sofa makes a splash in any modern den. The ultra-cushy four-seater is upholstered in Trevira CS’s Sole fabric and padded with bi-density foam. Available at Roche Bobois.

modern sofas - Carmo Sofa

Carmo Sofa

By pairing hyper-soft foam-back cushions with handsome piped detailing, this modular sofa system delivers an ideal combo of substance and style. Opt for an extra-long sectional configuration so the whole family can kick back. Shown in a beige felt, it’s available in over 100 upholstery options, including various leathers. Available at BoConcept.

Scope Sofa - by Denmark’s Softline - Modern Sofas

Scope Sofa

This compact, mid-century-inspired seat by Denmark’s Softline features a removable fabric cover for easy cleaning. Available at Urban Mode.

Muuto’s modular In Situ sofa

In Situ Sofa

With no fewer than 30 pre-designed configurations, Muuto’s modular In Situ sofa contains multitudes, at least one of which is bound to be the perfect fit for your home. But with nine modules and deftly concealed connective elements, it’s a cinch for buyers to make their own arrangements, too. Available in multiple fabrics and colours. Available at Drechsel Studio.

Big Island Sofa

Big Island Sofa

Norwegian duo Anderssen & Voll took inspiration from sunny beach retreats to design this sublime modern sofa. Deep and cushy, it will lull even stressed urbanites into a state of blissful relaxation. Available in a variety of vibrant upholstery options. Available at Büro Klaus.

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