You either know someone who raves about how comfy the Koala mattress is, or you are that person. Everything Koala makes is like the furniture embodiment of a warm hug from someone you love, including the not one, but three new sofas and another three armchairs the brand is launching.
First they left the bedroom game absolutely shook, and now they’re on a mission to improve our living rooms with the introduction of three stylish and comfy sofas and three armchairs.
Koala is introducing the Modern, Compact, and Coastal sofas in a wide range of sizes and styles.
The Modern is a modular sofa range that has an option to fit every living room. From an ottoman all the way up to an expansive 4.5-seater sofa, the Modern gives you the flexibility to Goldilocks your way to a sofa that’s just right. There’s also a three-seater sofa, corner sofa, and chaise lounge available for every kind of couch configuration.
If your living situation is more of a cramped share apartment vibe, the Compact sofa range is designed to fit into tight spaces without sacrificing comfort. Get it in two colours as either a three-seater or as an ottoman.
And, inspired by the salty sea spray of Byron Bay, the Coastal comes in two colours as a three-seater sofa, ottoman, and as an armchair.
There are also three new armchairs coming to Koala’s range of ultra-comfy furniture.
Just in case you want to add even more stacks on stacks of comfort to your living room, Koala is also introducing its first range of armchairs. The Timber Chair, High Back Chair and Everyday Chair look great with the sofas, so you can get a stand-alone piece or mix and match.
The Modern and Compact sofas and the Timber Chair will launch on August 3. The Coastal sofa, High Back Chair, and Everyday Chair are coming on August 31.
Koala’s 4-hour delivery will apply to the entire range. That means you can order a sofa in a metro area before 2pm on a weekday and watch TV on it that night.
The 120-night trial and 5-year warranty also apply. Plus, for every Koala sofa sold, an endangered Green Sea Turtle will be symbolically adopted through WWF Australia.
(All images courtesy of Koala)
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