Sweeping Manhattan views from sofa.com’s Chelsea showroom

It must be pretty cool to be British these days, given Queen Elizabeth’s II Diamond Jubilee, the 2012 London Olympics and Danny Boyle’s genius opening ceremonies, the ever popular Duchess of Cambridge, heck, they even won a medal in men’s gymnastics! So, why wouldn’t they be able to revolutionize fashion, and even more so, home décor?

I received a kind invitation from Formula PR to attend the launch of British brand sofa.com into United States, and more precisely into New York City. Yes, please!

So, off I went to their sassy new Chelsea showroom inauguration, a hip industrial space offering not only  the traditional fish and chips, but also unexpected magnificent views of New York City. Dressed appropriately for the occasion, I smoothly blended in with the furnishings:

So, what’s so special about this British sofa company, you may ask? The New York area is already overly saturated with furniture companies. If you care about your money and quality service, like I do, then you will really appreciate sofa.com. They offer free delivery, a sample “comfy pack” sent to your home for easy online order, and a two-week free return policy. I wish they were around a year ago, when I purchased a sofa that proceeded in falling apart a few months later …

By far, my favorite one is the Decartes sofa:

This tufted mustard yellow chair is pretty classy as well:

So, don’t delay stopping by the loft-like showroom, where you will be greeted with a savory tea or cappuccino, a courteous sofa concierge, and kids entertainment.

Out of all the cool perks of buying your furnishings from sofa.com, the one I think is most inventive is their pillow bar, here below:

Thank you Formula PR for the invite, and thank you sofa.com for the lovely gift bag goodies:

For more info, read my article British furniture brand sofa.com opens first U.S. showroom in New York’s Chelsea.

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