Meet: Sofa Sofa

I'd like to introduce my latest sponsor, SofaSofa. There are a lot of sofa companies out there to choose from - trust me, I spend a LOT of my time looking at new sofas. I've recently purchased a lovely two seater, but it is time to replace the three seater that my parents had as a wedding present. In 1975. It's a black leather sofa from 1970s Habitat and I absolutely love it. My boyfriend is less enamoured however and relationships are all about compromise blah blah blah... Anyway, stay with me. Rio landscape (1)

It seems to me, there are two types of sofa purveyor: those that are super 'cool' (and generally super pricey), others super cheap (but all the pieces look like they've been thrown together by a child in a dark room). It's not often you find a brand that seems to strike a balance with great design and affordable prices. But, I seem to have found them! SofaSofa not only produce high quality furniture at prices that won't make your eyes water, they are also environmentally aware.

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One of my favourite things about SofaSofa is their sustainable approach to manufacturing. All their sofas are made in the UK, meaning they have not travelled around the world to get to you. What's more, their sofas are made from non-tropical hardwoods which have been sourced from sustainable European forests. What could be better?

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Montrose sofa, Positano armchair, Hampton footstool

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Lansdowne armchair, Ludlow footstool, Positano sofa

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All SofaSofa's products are built by expert craftsmen in South Wales, ensuring high standards and minimising environmental impact. My favourite designs are the Positano, Montrose and Lansdowne - minimal and chic with a touch of luxury. Which is yours?

This is a sponsored post, but all words and opinions are my own.