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Crave Worthy: Paul McCobb Velvet Sofa

As I've mentioned before, I have a slight addiction to velvet furniture. This Paul McCobb velvet sofa ($5,000) is no exception. McCobb, who was known for his practical, flexible designs, worked in the US after WWII and catered to middle-class buyers, though since then his designs have been more coveted (and pricey). This vintage McCobb sofa is upholstered in a dreamy celedon hue, and features gorgeous curves, button tufting, and pretty plunging arms. I'm also rather attached to those slender legs as well. If you're in LA, head over to NoHo Modern to test this beauty out in person.

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otay otay 8 years
Not sure about the color, I like it tho.
mlmoreno47 mlmoreno47 9 years
Okay George Costanza!!! :)
ElleJay ElleJay 9 years
LOVE it, but not the price!
sgdish sgdish 9 years
The price is why I look for vintage pieces and have them re-upholstered.
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
Wow...
i-am-awesomeness i-am-awesomeness 9 years
so nice! Why are all the nice pieces(pieces I like) so expensive? Cheap furniture, like Ikea furniture is really modern and I like homey, comfy furniture like this couch. Not fair!
sbaum555 sbaum555 9 years
Totally crave worthy sofa. NoHo Modern also has some beautiful ceramics if that's your cup of tea. Also on the pricey side, but if you're able to pay $5000 for a sofa maybe you can fork over the $950 for a vase as well!
sgdish sgdish 9 years
Pretty sofa, but not so pretty price!
Liss1 Liss1 9 years
$5,000? No thanks!
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