Adrian Pearsall Reupholstered Moss Green Boomerang Sofa
Adrian Pearsall, 'Boomerang' sofa, in green Pierre Frey fabric and walnut, United States, 1960s
This boomerang sofa has a unique shape with sinuous lines which create a monumental and inviting look. The backrest holds sloping armrests and a high, embracing back. The soft tones of the moss green fabric enhance the warm walnut base, the reason that this color palette has been chosen by our team. The sofa is a great addition to a living area or dining area, it vibrates a contemporary, cosmopolitan look. It holds the middle between Bohemian and country house. Think 'cozy autumn nights by a fire or a day spent with the family at home watching a Christmas movie. The high quality Pierre Frey upholstery complements this eloquent, timeless design. This piece is finished on the bottom with a walnut edge and small legs that support the piece.
This extraordinary sofa is part of the customized midcentury collection. Every piece is carefully selected by our team for restyling according our philosophy, resulting in a new life for these highly potential pieces of furniture.
The sofa is fully restored and reupholstered by the experienced craftsmen in our in-house atelier. For the upholstery, our team chose carefully for a high quality wool-mix with mohair and alpaca from the Pierre Frey collection.
This is a great example of the almost endless possibilities our team has to offer, and how we can help you with the reupholstery of one of your favourite pieces in our collection.
Adrian Pearsall (1925-2011), trained as an architectural engineer, was a sailor and interior designer. In 1952, Pearsall opened his own furniture company 'Craft Associates. Pearsall designed some of the most sensuous, gracious midcentury design pieces around, sharing many of the design aesthetics by Vladimir Kagan. His pieces are characterized by flamboyant curves, upswept shapes and stretched proportions.