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Steal of the Day: Anthropologie Ditte Sofa

I've had my eye on this brilliantly printed Ditte Sofa ( on sale for $1,799.95, was $3,498) for many moons now. The adorable fabric design is by way of Marimekko, and the Teflon-coated canvas will help to ensure that any coffee stains or unfortunate wine accidents will wash right out. With a kiln-dried hardwood frame and a polyfill-down blend stuffing, this sofa will be both wildly attractive and wonderfully sturdy. I can just imagine it in a floral conservatory or refined greenhouse, can't you?

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sbaum555 sbaum555 8 years
I think this is really pretty, but I worry that it's so specific that it would be easy to tire of.
cutesy11 cutesy11 8 years
i wish anthro made more affordable furniture for their target market--young professionals and crafty chics... i happen to be both :)
nomadreader nomadreader 8 years
It's still ridiculously far outside of my price range, but I love this couch. Maybe one day I'll have furniture that's not a hand-me-down!
allthingsgrow allthingsgrow 8 years
I work at Anthropologie, and that couch is so freaking comfortable. I always want to sit on it, but alas, I am not allowed. It also comes in yellow.
hanako66 hanako66 8 years
beautiful!
hanako66 hanako66 8 years
beautiful!
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