Montino 2 seater sofa with chaise longue on the left in Fasoli fabric, jatoba brown

Montino 2 seater sofa with chaise longue on the left in Fasoli fabric, jatoba brown Fabric Fasoli Brown
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Ref. 813212

With its soft seat and high armrests, the Montino sofa is made for relaxing. The fabric of the seat provides an elegant contrast with the light and refined brushed steel feet, all while bringing a touch of sophistication. Thanks to the wide variety of colours and materials available in this range, you can create many different effects. Classic and elegant, its sleek lines and timeless design will take pride of place in your living room. Dimensions & Composition

Dimensions

Width
230 cm
Length
255 cm
Height
78 cm
Seat height
37 cm
Seat depth
62 cm
Other dimensions
L.255 x W.230 x H.78 cm, sitting depth: 62 cm, height depth: 37 cm
Number of packages
2
Total package weight
98 kg
Package Length Height Width Weight
1 x 1 package(s) 153 cm 53 cm 108 cm 40 kg
1 x 2 package(s) 234 cm 53 cm 106 cm 58 kg

Product description

A range of sofas made in Europe. The non-removable cover is made from : 36% cotton, 32% acrylic, 24% viscose, 8% polyester. Its frame is made of pine, particle board and plywood panels. Seat cushion: high resilience polyurethane foam (density 30 and 35 kg/m3). Back cushion: 70% foam, 30% duck feathers. (Zig zag spring seat suspension), the seat back is made up of crossed elastic webbing. 18 cm brushed steel feet. Fabric with stain-resistant treatment. Professional cleaning recommended. Each element is delivered assembled, except for the feet. For delivery, see details at the time of ordering.
This product can be recycled. It must be sorted or taken to a collection point.
2 seater sofa with chaise longue on the left in Fasoli fabric, jatoba brown
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Colour of Leather

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Savoy is a high-end thick and semi-aniline cow’s leather. Just like natural leather, it is subject to a sanding process to remove certain natural imperfections, then it is dyed and finally receives a fine translucent protective layer to make the leather’s appearance uniform. This exclusive leather has a very natural finish and soft feel. On a sofa, this covering is very comfortable. Savoy leather is very stain-resistant and does not discolour. It is available in five colours.

Care

Regularly clean your leather sofa with a soft, damp cloth in light, circular movements. Then wipe with a dry cloth. Regularly nourish the leather so that it maintains its suppleness. Use a maintenance kit for furniture leather. Never use any abrasive products. Tip for removing a stain: use talc. Leave for 1 hour and dust with a cloth. If necessary, repeat the procedure, then clean the whole sofa. Do not sit on the leather with damp or wet clothes on. Avoid prolonged and direct exposure of the product to sunlight: the colours may fade. Do not position the product near a heat source (radiator, chimney, etc.) or a source of moisture. Heat and moisture may damage the product.

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Vintage Leather is a high-end leather that retains its natural appearance. It receives very little treatment and reveals the natural characteristics of the skin. It is especially soft to touch and very comfortable. Vintage Leather is dyed in the mass and retains this very characteristic aged appearance. It requires delicate and regular care. It burnishes over time and is only more elegant as a result. This leather is available in two colours.

Care

Regularly clean your leather sofa with a soft, damp cloth in light, circular movements. Then wipe with a dry cloth. Regularly nourish the leather so that it maintains its suppleness. Use a maintenance kit for furniture leather. Never use any abrasive products. Tip for removing a stain: use talc. Leave for one hour and dust with a cloth. If necessary, repeat the procedure, then clean the whole sofa. Do not sit on the leather with damp or wet clothes on. Avoid prolonged and direct exposure of the sofa to sunlight: the colours may fade. Do not position the sofa near a heat source (radiator, chimney, etc.) or a source of moisture. Heat and moisture may damage the product.

Colour of Fabric

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Lecce is an Italian fabric and blend of cotton, viscose, linen, polyamide and other fibres. Slightly flecked, it is both soft to touch and very resistant due to a tight weave. Flecked fabric is a textile characterised by a weave with nuanced contours obtained by colouring the warp yarn before weaving. This fabric is available in five colours.

Care

Avoid prolonged and direct exposure of the sofa to sunlight: the colours may fade. Do not position the sofa near a heat source (radiator, chimney, etc.) or a source of moisture. Heat and moisture may damage the covering. Vacuum or brush the furniture fabric once a week: the accumulation of dust accelerates wear and the tarnishing of colours. Professional cleaning only. Tip for sponging spilt liquids immediately: dab with a clean, dry cloth to absorb the liquid. Do not rub as this may damage the fabric. Tone variations between cleaned and uncleaned surfaces may appear.

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Fasoli is an Italian fabric with a raw and textured appearance due to a dense weave. The blend of four different fibres achieves optimal resistance. Acrylic gives the cotton thickness and a warmer feel. Viscose, like silk, gives it a shiny, smooth appearance that is soft to touch. It also increases the lustre of the colours. This fabric is available in 5 colours.

Care

Avoid prolonged and direct exposure of the sofa to sunlight: the colours may fade. Do not position the sofa near a heat source (radiator, chimney, etc.) or a source of moisture. Heat and moisture may damage the covering. Vacuum or brush the furniture fabric once a week: the accumulation of dust accelerates wear and the tarnishing of colours. Professional cleaning only. Tip for sponging spilt liquids immediately: dab with a clean, dry cloth to absorb the liquid. Do not rub as this may damage the fabric. Tone variations between cleaned and uncleaned surfaces may appear.

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Bellagio is an Italian fabric and blend of different materials. Its nuanced, three-dimensional appearance is the result of a weave of thick threads of different colours. Linen and cotton give it a natural appearance while viscose prevents it from creasing and gives it softness and shine. Soft to touch, Bellagio fabric is made resistant by very tight spinning. This luxury fabric particularly catches the light. It is available in four colours.

Care

Avoid prolonged and direct exposure of the sofa to sunlight: the colours may fade. Do not position the sofa near a heat source (radiator, chimney, etc.) or a source of moisture. Heat and moisture may damage the covering. Vacuum or brush the furniture fabric once a week: the accumulation of dust accelerates wear and the tarnishing of colours. Professional cleaning only. Tip for sponging spilt liquids immediately: dab with a clean, dry cloth to absorb the liquid. Do not rub as this may damage the fabric. Tone variations between cleaned and uncleaned surfaces may appear.

Colour of Velours

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Super Velvet fabric is made in Italy with very resistant polyester thread. It has a particularly soft feel and its appearance varies according to the light and its exposure in the room, giving it a subtle interplay of contracts in your living room. Super Velvet is comfortable and acquires a lovely patina over the years. This fabric is available in four colours.

Care

Avoid prolonged and direct exposure of the sofa to sunlight: the colours may fade. Do not position the sofa near a heat source (radiator, chimney, etc.) or a source of moisture. Heat and moisture may damage the covering. Vacuum or brush the furniture fabric once a week: the accumulation of dust accelerates wear and the tarnishing of colours. Professional cleaning only. Tip for sponging spilt liquids immediately: dab with a clean, dry cloth to absorb the liquid. Do not rub as this may damage the fabric. Tone variations between cleaned and uncleaned surfaces may appear.