The award-winning Menlo Park collection is a natural for the cutting-edge home.
Designed by Rick Lee, the Menlo Park showcases a signature shape, the sofa collection can be arranged in an endless assortment of configurations. Metal or wood legs create the illusion that the sofa is floating on air, and a tight back and seat further enhance the modern look.
- Europeon Upholstery Method
Provides the cleanest, most tailored
lines and seams possible
- Expert Craftsmanship,
Manufactured custom to order at our state of the
art facility in the United States.
- Hundreds of Leathers and
We have partnered with best-in-class tanneries and
fabric makers to bring you the finest furniture
coverings for an exponentially customizable product.
Many Options and Configurations are Available! Please Call for Details.
- Beautifully curved seating pieces
- Cushions: Premium high-density, high-resiliency foam backs and seats
- Tight seat and back
- The modern Menlo Park sectional is designed and delivered to your home in 30 days. Expertly crafted in Dallas, Texas
- Single needle topstitching
- Lifetime warranty on frame and suspension
- The Menlo Park sectional features endless customization options: Choose any leather, fabric, or bring your own material
- Leg Options: Metal with chrome finish or wood in Acorn, Espresso or Walnut finish
- Optional back and arm pillows in any fabric or leather
- A convex sofa is also available to reverse the curve of the sectional
- Seat option: Extra firm high-density, high-resiliency foam
- Build the perfect sectional from choice of 11 upholstered matching pieces
- Early Bird Delivery, 20 days in the home, is an option at participating retailers
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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