Back seats of a 1966 Mustang GT350 transformed into a comfortable modern couch

Custom Sofa Boasts 30s Bed Frame and Vintage 1966 Mustang GT350 Seats

Creating a custom decor piece is a difficult task at the best of times. It takes both effort and imagination! Even with the right vision, things can all go wrong very quickly. The line between eclectic, artsy, and off-beat, and on the other end of the spectrum, just downright crazy and weird is pretty slim.

Threading this precarious path with both grace and ingenuity is artist Lionel Jadot, who constantly comes up with furniture pieces that turn heads while having a personality of their own. With this gorgeous bespoke sofa designed by Jadot, you get just that and a whole lot more.

Custom and gorgeous Reverso Mustang's Sofa

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Seats of the vintage Mustang end up stealing the spotlight

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Apart from being a great choice for lovers of eclectic style with vintage and industrial touches, the Reverso Mustang Sofa is also a perfect fit for auto buffs. With comfy seats that have been crafted using the back seats of a 1966 Mustang GT350, this piece of furniture will probably end up being the most valuable and loved in your living space.

The eccentric overtones do not stop just there. The frame of the sofa is recovered from an old bed from the 1930s and wooden ceilings by Christophe Gevers.

Closer look at the Indian wood-turning lathe handle of the sofa

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Industrial and eclectic styles com together with this ingenious sofa

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Space for your drinks that can be tucked beneath the sofa

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Space for your drinks that can be tucked beneath the sofa

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With slim and long legs that were originally Danish candlesticks dating back to the ’60s and eye-catching arms made from Indian wood-turning lathe along with other industrial elements, this is a sofa that ends up being the showstopper, no matter where it sits.

Priced at $19,500, one can rest assured that it is one of the many captivating and off-beat pieces that Lionel Jadot would continue to produce for years to come!

Wood from bed frame of 1930's and old ceiling used to create the sofa

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Wooden ceilings by Chistophe Gevers provides wood for the sofa

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