Modern style, robust construction
Blinde Design has improved on the iconic inviting and versatile modular sofa with clean lines, soft subtle curves, tactile materials, a robust frame and the world’s leading high performance® Fabric that can withstand the demands of indoor and outdoor entertaining and everyday life.
Blinde Design modular, or outdoor sectional, sofas provide the ultimate in style, comfort and flexibility. They strike the perfect balance between sculptured shapes with maximum comfort and support and they easily fit any setting, whether in an outdoor space or inside your home, office or commercial area.
Multiple configurations offer flexibility – the freedom to create a modular sofa to cater to your space and occasion, allowing you to create almost any size or shape sofa.
Weather and stain resistant fabric
Upholstered in all-weather Sunbrella® Fabric, Blinde Design modular sofas are designed to stand the test of time – even in harsh outdoor environments.
Constructed from a strong and durable coated aluminium frame.
Blinde Design low back sectional sofas feature plush memory foam shell provide comfort and support while ensuring style.
Each modular section is lightweight, making repositioning quick and easy. Choice of three modules – the versatile Corner (which can be used left or right), single, and an ottoman, enabling the creation of endless configurations.
Choose from one of three colour options – Flanelle, Sooty Canvas – to blend with or enhance your outdoor or indoor room.
Add the finishing touch to your outdoor setting with comfortable cushions in two sizes and three colors. Made from quick dry foam, which is breathable and durable in outdoor conditions, and covered in weather-resistant Sunbrella® fabric.
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