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Art Deco Vintage Brown-Cognac Leather Club Sofa
Located in Darmstadt, DE
This club sofa, is covered with hand-patinated sheep leather. The couch have a very nice Art Deco shape. The leather is very sturdy and it is very comfortable to sit.  
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Vintage 1930s Dutch Art Deco Sofas

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  • Art Deco Vintage Brown-Cognac Leather Club Sofa
  • Art Deco Vintage Brown-Cognac Leather Club Sofa
  • Art Deco Vintage Brown-Cognac Leather Club Sofa
  • Art Deco Vintage Brown-Cognac Leather Club Sofa
H 37.41 in. W 61.03 in. D 34.26 in.
Vintage French 1930s Leather Sofa
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This stunning leather sofa bed originated in France, circa 1930s. The "MUSTACHE" design during La Belle Époque era is a distinguish French inspired to create elegance and charm; the...
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Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Sofas

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Leather

  • Vintage French 1930s Leather Sofa
  • Vintage French 1930s Leather Sofa
  • Vintage French 1930s Leather Sofa
  • Vintage French 1930s Leather Sofa
H 33 in. W 66 in. D 30 in.
Art Deco Vintage Brown-Cognac Leather Club Stool
Located in Darmstadt, DE
This club stool, is covered with hand-patinated sheep leather. The stool have a very nice easy shape. The leather is very sturdy and it is very comfortable.  
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Vintage 1930s Dutch Art Deco Sofas

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Leather

  • Art Deco Vintage Brown-Cognac Leather Club Stool
  • Art Deco Vintage Brown-Cognac Leather Club Stool
  • Art Deco Vintage Brown-Cognac Leather Club Stool
  • Art Deco Vintage Brown-Cognac Leather Club Stool
H 16.54 in. W 22.45 in. D 16.15 in.
Vintage Art Deco 1920s Brown Leather Hand Dyed Coil Sprung Chesterfield Sofa
By Chesterfield
Located in London, GB
We are delighted to offer for sale this lovely vintage Art Deco circa 1920s aged hand dyed brown leather sofa with coil sprung base I have the matching armchair listed under my ot...
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Vintage 1920s English Art Deco Sofas

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Leather

Vintage Art Deco Inspired Italian Leather Sofa or Chaise by Ferlea Italy
By Ferlea
Located in Ft. Lauderdale, FL
This sofa is an early example of Ferlea's change of style in the 1980s under the direction of Milvo Benini. It is inspired by the Art Deco style. The back and the base are covered in...
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Late 20th Century Art Deco Sofas

Vintage Distressed Oxblood Leather Chesterfield Sofa
Located in Las Vegas, NV
Gorgeous distressed leather Chesterfield sofa in oxblood color with brass tack trim. Worn to perfection with subtle grain and patina. Soft and plush with no holes or tears.
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Late 20th Century Art Deco Sofas

Vintage English Chesterfield Sofa
Located in Austin, TX
Vintage English Chesterfield sofa with a bronze tufted leather and wooden legs. This piece is in excellent condition!
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Vintage 1940s English Art Deco Sofas

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Leather

  • Vintage English Chesterfield Sofa
  • Vintage English Chesterfield Sofa
  • Vintage English Chesterfield Sofa
  • Vintage English Chesterfield Sofa
H 28 in. W 77.5 in. D 33.25 in.
1978 Italian Vintage Baxter Bull Leather Sofa in Distressed Used Look
By Baxter Furniture
Located in Almelo, NL
An Italian Baxter bull leather sofa from high quality. The sofa contains an solid wood frame and an distressed thick buffalo hide. We also loved the cognac color of the leather which...
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Vintage 1970s Italian Art Deco Sofas

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Leather

Vintage Art Deco Gold Leather Corner Chaise Lounge
Located in New York, NY
An Art Deco style chaise lounge in gold leather. The piece has a curved seat with a tufted finish on both front and rear.<br /> <br /> Reduced From: $5,500
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20th Century American Sofas

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Textile

Vintage French Distressed Art Deco Leather Sofa
Located in Stamford, CT
A vintage French distressed Art Deco leather sofa. A fine constructed worn leather settee in the deco taste with carved arms and tack decorated fronts. Seat height: 18".
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Vintage 1960s Art Deco Settees

A Close Look at Art Deco Furniture

Art Deco furniture is characterized by its celebration of modern life. More than its emphasis on natural wood grains and focus on traditional craftsmanship, Art Deco furniture is an ode to the glamour of the “Roaring Twenties.”

The term Art Deco derives from the name of a large decorative arts exhibition held in Paris in 1925. Art Deco textile designers employed dazzling floral motifs and vivid colors, and while Art Deco furniture makers respected the dark woods and modern metals with which they worked, they frequently incorporated decorative embellishments in their pieces, such as exotic animal hides as well as veneers. Today, the style is still favored by designers looking to infuse interiors with an air of luxury and sophistication.

From mother-of-pearl inlaid vitrines to chrome aviator chairs, bold and inventive works in the Art Deco style include chaise longues (also known as chaise lounges) and curved armchairs.

At 1stDibs, browse Art Deco furniture by designer, including works by Georg Jensen and René Lalique, or by category, from angular chairs and sculptural burl wood tables to lighting and decorative objects.

Finding the Right Sofas for You

Black leather, silk velvet cushions, breathable bouclé fabric — when shopping for a sofa, today’s couch connoisseurs have much to choose from in terms of style and shape. But it wasn’t always thus. 

The sofa is typically defined as a long upholstered seat that features a back and arms and is intended for two or more people. While the term “couch” comes from the Old French couche, meaning to lie down, and sofa has Eastern origins, both are forms of divan, a Turkish word that means an elongated cushioned seat. No matter how you spell it, sofa just means comfort, at least it does today.

In the early days of sofa design, upholstery consisted of horsehair or dried moss. Sofas that originated in countries such as France during the 17th century were more integral to decor than they were to comfort. Like most baroque furnishings from the region, they frequently comprised heavy, gilded mahogany frames and were upholstered in floral Beauvais tapestry. Today, options abound when it comes to style and material, with authentic leather offerings and classy steel settees. Plush, velvet chesterfields represent the platonic ideal of coziness. 

Vladimir Kagan’s iconic sofa designs, such as the Crescent and the Serpentine — which, like the sectional sofas of the 1960s created by furniture makers such as Harvey Probber, are quite popular among mid-century modern furniture enthusiasts — showcase the spectrum of style available to modern consumers. Those looking to make a statement can turn to Studio 65’s lip-shaped Bocca sofa, which was inspired by the work of Salvador Dalí.

With so many options, it’s important to explore and find the perfect furniture for your space. Paying attention to the lines of the cushions as well as the flow from the backrest into the arms is crucial to identifying a cohesive new piece for your home or office.

Fortunately, with styles from every era — and even round sofas — there’s a luxurious piece for every space. Deck out your living room with an Art Deco lounge or go retro with a nostalgic '80s design. No matter your sitting vision, the right piece is waiting for you in the expansive collection of antique, new and vintage sofas on 1stDibs.