This gloriously plush sofa is delivering an unmatched experience of comfort

When it comes to interiors, choosing an intriguing and interesting design is essential for a memorable aesthetic. Yet our collective desire to make a trend-driven statement at home has led to us prioritising eye-catching visuals over what really matters the most: comfort. Reminding us that, really, we shouldn’t be sacrificing the principal point of furniture for fleeting fashions is the Max sofa from King Living, a plush and welcoming newcomer that’s set to become a living quarters mainstay.

With a focus on simplicity and comfort, it’s no surprise that every element of the sprawling sofa is designed with sublime lounging in mind. Liberal proportions are almost more akin to a bed than a couch, which, when combined with the feather-topped pillows and adjustable-depth back cushions, ensures that every square inch of this sofa serves as a warm invitation to tranquillity. Those still looking to inject a dose of personality into their space can express their design know-how through the individually-tailored, removable seat covers, whether that be via coloured fabric or buttery smooth leather.

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With the divine Max sofa, available locally from the Parnell showroom, King Living is once again proving that a perfect interior should prioritise comfort just as much as it should aesthetics — if not more so. The main purpose of furniture is, after all, is to make our spaces feel welcoming, cosy, and lived in, an ethos that the Max nails like nothing else.

King Living

535 Parnell Road


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