Two-seater sofa with shelves and high backrests
The Phantom Sofa by Eva Solo is a reinterpretation of the classic sofa from a time when the television was not yet invented. Instead of the buttons with which the backrest of old upholstered furniture was usually equipped, there are only holes in the Phantom. In addition, unlike hard buttons, holes are used for convenience.
The soft upholstery and the appealing curves soften the clear look and ensure that the sofa can be used in many living rooms furnished in any way. The shelves at the ends are convenient to place cups or books on.
The frame of the sofa is made of natural oak.