Shopping for a new sofa can be stressful. It’s typically considered an “investment” piece, so you want to make sure you get your money’s worth.
Does it look good? Does it feel good – for both your big-and-tall husband as well as your petite mother-in-law? Will it hold up to kids, pets and entertaining at home? Furthermore, will it even fit in your home?
See for yourself
One thing is certain: You should sit on a sofa before you buy it.
And at Cosimo Gallery, there are experienced staff on hand to address any questions you may have. “We’re not a department store,” says Sam, Cosimo’s Senior Sales Manager. “If one of us is available, we greet customers, walk them around and answer any questions.”
At the Citipoint@PayaLebar showroom, you can relax in sectional sofas, home theatre sets and more.
With models that range from oversized and comfy to sleek and contemporary, you are encouraged to test the smooth motion components (including unique adjustable headrests) plus built-in storage features like charging pods fully lined in leather. (Working directly with fi ne Italian suppliers, Cosimo Gallery uses only the best quality leather; or go for stylish upholstery fabrics should you prefer.)
Unlike nearly every other Singapore sofa manufacturer, at Cosimo Gallery, you can choose from three widths of seats (60, 70 or 80 centimetres – further customisable by 5 centimetres).
Beyond that, you can select from a multitude of configurations. The Cosimo team has even built “dream” sofas based on customer sketches!
Once you order your couch, you’ll be enjoying it at home within the month. “Our factory is in Malaysia,” Sam explains. “So, it only takes three or four weeks to complete.” Repairs or adjustments can be quickly accommodated as well.
A personal touch
Cosimo provides a no-obligations on-site measurement and consultation.
It also ensures proper handling, delivery and installation of every sofa, every time.
Bonus: If you purchase a custom-built couch from Cosimo, you can rest assured that it’ll hold up. The company offers a five-year warranty on frames, springs, motion components and leather – quite unique within the furniture industry.
From The Finder, October 2016