Castlery | Feb 17, 2023
Due to their timeless aesthetic and functional design, mid-century modern sofas are iconic pieces that many homeowners want to add to their space. Usually designed with spacious seats, curved armrests, and plush cushions, they create the perfect lounging experience.
In your search for a mid-century modern sofa, you would have come across our sofa collections - Isaac and Elias. But, what are the differences between them? Which is the ideal sofa for you?
To help narrow your choices, we dive deeper into each collection and compare them down to the details. Let’s first take a look at each sofa collection and how they can fit in your home!
The Isaac Sofa is a classic piece that fits well into any home with its grid-tufted cushions and sturdy pencil legs. The sofa has loose removable back cushions and deep seats (60cm) that give a more plush and cosy feel.
Aside from the 3-seater sofa, Isaac is also available in a reversible sectional chaise, terminal chaise sectional, and with an ottoman; or you can pick from the collection of leather options.
@houseof.lais decorates the Isaac Reversible Sectional Chaise Sofa with accent pillows and throws.
In addition, the sofa’s open base makes the space feel lighter and more convenient for cleaning.
The Elias Sofa is a modular collection that allows you to arrange the sofa in various configurations to fit your space and lifestyle.
The Elias Sofa with a curved module and side chaise fits perfectly in the space.
What makes Elias different compared to Isaac would be the curved and angled chaise modules. These sofa units make a statement piece with their unique shapes, allow for more seating area, and are great for spaces with irregular shapes.
Furthermore, unlike Isaac’s removable back cushions, Elias has fitted back cushions, which give a more refined look and feel. Elias also has a seating depth of 57cm, which is slightly slimmer compared to Isaac.
Here’s an overview of the main differences between these two sofa collections:
|Frame||Solid rubber wood rubber with plywood||Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) with plywood|
|Leg frame||Metal||Solid rubber wood|
|Leg finish||Walnut stain and black powder coating||Walnut stain|
|Suspension||Sinuous spring||Sinuous spring|
70% polyester, 25% linen, 5% viscose
|Seat filling||Foam, fibre and pocket spring||Foam, fibre and pocket spring|
|Back filling||Foam and fibre||Foam and fibre|
|Cover type||Removable seat cushion cover||Removable seat cushion cover|
|Style||Mid-century modern||Mid-century modern|
|Leg colours||- Walnut
|Standout features||- Open base
- Leather options
- Loose back cushions
|- Open base
- Modular design with curved and angled chaise units
- Fixed back cushions
Both Isaac and Elias sofas are mid-century modern pieces that would look great in any home. So, out of both collections, which sofa should you pick?
If you’re going for a modern yet vintage look, the Isaac Leather Sofa would be a good pick. Made using full leather, the slight glossiness on the surface coupled with its grid-tufted cushions easily give your home a luxurious vibe.
Elias would make an ideal choice if you host large groups or have an odd-shaped space to work with. Its modular units give you the flexibility to arrange the sofa in multiple variations and piece them together to create different sizes.
We hope that this article has helped you understand the differences between both sofa collections and narrowed down your choice.