Pimlico Camel Brown Top Grain Leather 3-Seater Sofa with Ottoman

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Overall: 84"L x 36"D x 34.5"H
Weight Capacity of Each Seat: 250 lbs
Seat Depth: 23"
Seat Height: 21"
Armrest Height: 25''
Leg Height: 6.5"
Weight: 129.4 lbs


Ottoman Length: 26"
Ottoman Depth: 21"
Ottoman Height: 17.5"
Leg Height: 6.5"
Weight: 23.8 lbs
Weight Capacity: 300 lbs

Product Details

Sleek top grain leather sofa with a streamlined look to update your apartment, living room, or office. Scandinavian design that will withstand daily wear and the test of time. Each hide is unique and will vary in depth of color. The American genuine leather offers buttery, supple and smooth feel with natural textures and scuffs that patina well. This small-scale sofa provides vintage appeal by featuring stunning premium stitching details. Matching loveseat, chair and ottoman available to tailor your space for your taste.

Upholstery Material

Upholstered with natural genuine leather, which is skin-friendly,water-proof, scratch-resistant and fire retardant.

Frame Material

Crafted of solid wooden frame, paired with dark walnut sofa legs that emphasizes stable and sturdiness. And the legs height offers easy floor cleaning.

Loose Back Fill Material

Fluffy back cushions filled with recycled fiber and polypropylene cotton, and cloud comfort feather down seat cushions wrapped in removable leather covers, formulated for lasting cosy and soft sit.

Attached Seat Construction

High density polyurethane foam on pocket coil seating, with sinuous spring suspension for ultimate comfort and durability.

Natural Color Variations

As a top grain aneline dyeing natural material, genuine leather will always have slight color variation from piece to piece, and natural mark like scar,this is the beauty of nature, not defect.

Partial Assembly

100% tool-free. Simply unfold the backrest and attach the sofa legs.

Our Approach

“At Mojuraa, we share the same values in our approach to the "art-of-making", referred to as “monozukuri" (ものづくり) in the Japanese philosophy of craftsmanship. We engineer a modular design around our customer's experience reasonably, rather than a warehouse pallet or shipping container extremely.”

Andrew Chan,
Chief Designer

Andrew Chan,
Chief Designer