Living room seating isall about the comfort, and for bibliophiles comfort involves having a sweet place to read and an equally sweet place to keep a stack of books. The Connect Sofa by Joan Rojeski offers a comfy place to rest your weary bones while giving your books a nice little nook of their own.
joan rojeski connect sofa
The super-soft reclining sofa provides plenty of space for reading and for working, with flat armrests that are perfect for supporting the novel you can’t put down. Plush armrest cushions lift off to become lap rests for notebook computers. And behind each armrest is an indentation just for keeping books and periodicals close at hand.
reclining sofa with book pockets
Connect’s simple but functional aesthetic is an expression of the designer’s wish to create furniture that is the ultimate in comfort and well-being. Of course, a feeling of comfort and well-being will probably be much easier to attain if you use the Connect for relaxing with a good book rather than working.
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