Biscuit Velvet Sofa


Biscuit Velvet Sofa


Designer Approved

Working in tandem with interior designers, our sofas have been created to reflect modern design principles. Our materials have been vetted to last for decades.


Comfort First

Sit on a cloud. These cushions are filled with layers of dense and soft foam to give you a firm structure to sit on that still feels soft.



Each sofa includes a hand-built solid wood frame with metal springs to give each sofa comfortable push-back.

The biscuit sofa displays a beautiful soft velvet available in multiple arrangements. Wrapping the solid wood frame is a grade A high density foam. 

Each order is completely custom-made to the buyers preference. Standard production is 8-12 weeks. Express options available upon inquiry. 

Performance Materials

Both our genuine leather and linen weave comes from Europe, while our performance leather has been chosen to reflect the highest quality top-hide available on the market. In our experience, the thicker the material, the longer it will last.


As we work primarily to furnish luxury homes, our workshop is geared for custom sizes and colours. We will happily build out a sofa for you to your custom sizes and colors.


If you were standing in front of the sofa, a left handed sectional would have the long chaise on the left and a right handed sectional would have the long chaise on the right.

Each sofa is made-to-order. Our workshop will take about 45 days to complete the sofa. The process includes sourcing your fabric, building a custom wooden frame, lining the frame with foam, adding springs, stitching and filling the cushions by hand, quality testing and then preparing it for shipment.

The sofa will arrive to your door or curb. We can arrange white-glove delivery at any point for you, if you reach out to us.

The frame should be sturdy and built from solid wood. Many cheap furniture brands use torn apart, used shipping pallets for the frame material. This will cause creaking and moving in the frame. Cushions should have multiple layers of sponge, with different densities, with feathers adding the final touch. Materials should be tested to last for multiple decades.