Beijing-based furniture company, Homebody, has launched its first product, a modular sectional sofa. The soft is available in four colors and six distinct combinations. Pricing ranges from $3,740 for a two-seater to $11,830 for a seven-seater.
Founder Shuang Liang, said that as second-generation furniture makers, they drew on years of expertise and industry knowledge to create excellent and sustainable furniture that benefits both their consumers and the earth. Their first products, the couch, and recliner, are entirely modular and configurable to meet the needs of today's consumers.
The couch was created by Shuang Liang and Zelong Zhao with ergonomic reclining characteristics to support the back and head. And the cushions are stuffed with vegan eiderdown layers.
Along with comfort, Liang and Zhao prioritized sustainability when designing Homebody. The couch is built from FSC-certified timber and 100% recyclable fabrics made from upcycled ocean plastic.
Zhao added that as a small boy growing up in Beijing, he saw firsthand the impact of air pollution on the environment. He was astounded to discover how wasteful and detrimental the furniture business is to our earth, so they created Homebody with that in mind. They are dedicated to finding answers by demonstrating that comfort and sustainability can coexist without losing quality.
As Liang and Zhao's concept becomes a reality, they think Homebody will help mitigate some of the environmental effects of the furniture business.
Zhao remarked that sustainability has always been essential to them. They've developed a firm to improve home life for everyone, including the environment, which is why they feel obligated to care for it. They are not fully at ease until their items are ecologically friendly. For the greatest peace of mind, they use reclaimed materials and other recyclable fabrics.
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