Soho II Sectional
Soho II Sectional
The Lazar Furniture’s Soho II Sectional. This stylish and contemporary sectional has a warm, inviting look that will make your home the envy of all your friends and family. The seat and back cushions are filled with a standard 1.9 density foam, but you can upgrade to higher density foams for even more comfort. You can also choose from many different fabrics and leathers to customize the look of your sectional. And with hundreds of different configurations available, you’re sure to find the perfect fit for your space. So come on in, make yourself comfortable, and enjoy the Lazar Soho II Sectional.
About Lazar Furniture.
When you’re looking for high-quality, custom-designed contemporary furniture, look no further than Lazar Furniture. Our pieces are constructed with only the finest materials in Siler City North Carolina, ensuring that they’ll last for years to come. Whether you’re looking for a sleek and modern sofa for your living room or a stylish Accent Chair, or Sectional we have what you need. And because we offer a wide range of styles covered in our custom fabrics and leathers, you’re sure to find the perfect piece to match your unique taste. Come see us today and see the Lazar Furniture difference!
Why Choose Rubin’s Furniture?
We at Rubin’s Furniture know that every room in your home is unique, which means there’s no one-size fits all when it comes to choosing that perfect piece furniture. If you want something with personality and style then Rubin’s Furniture Interior Designers are here for you! We’ll help choose the custom look of this item based on what best suits your personal tastes in décor. Rubin’s Furniture Interior Design Services are always Complimentary. Come into Rubin’s Furniture Today.
112W" x 84"D x 36"H
Sofa 82"W X 36"H X 35"
Condo Sofa 70"W X 36"H X 35"
Ottoman 41"H X 19"H X 41"D
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WILL IT FIT?
It is your responsibility to ensure that all the items you are purchasing will fit in the intended areas of your home. If your home has narrow doorways, staircase turns, or low ceilings, you should measure these locations to ensure proper fit.