When it comes to buying a sofa for your home, you are left with two options; either buy something traditional or go for a modular design. I personally don’t have anything against traditional sofa sets but they consume a lot of space and that is what itches me. I being in my late twenties and someone who lives alone would rather prefer something like the Flez 2 modular sofa over a bulky sofa, which is difficult to move around.
Designed by Nick Potter, the Flez 2 is a modular sofa system that suits modern needs like flexibility or modularity. Placed in the center of the room, the sofa can easily be a conversation starter or can even be used as comfy furniture to binge-watch movies with your friends.
The design looks really fabulous to me. What stands out to me the most is the fact that the designer didn’t opt for a flat-pack design, like most of the modular sofa sets, rather has made it a little curvy. Each module or cushion comes in a triangle shape and can be placed adjacent to the other models. The cushion fits like a jig-saw puzzle and makes the Flez 2 an expedient couch.
In a nutshell, this is an excellent piece of furniture for urban homes where space has always been a concern. Flez 2 can be disassembled and reassembled in no time and it’s lightweight to allow it to be moved from one place to another effortlessly.
Boasting a triangular shape and curvy nature, the sofa is an absolute peach adding to the aesthetics of your room. Poised on a wooden plank, the modular sofa set is available in an array of colors: blue, white, and green. Price and availability details are still awaited.
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