We have our own design team consisting of carefully selected and talented danish designers. We emphasize that our design is new and fresh - and a bit more courageous. Our network of international trend spotters and own design team, we make sure that our collections always reflects the latest trends.
We use the best materials available, which are collected from all over the world. We have our own factory which follows Scandinavian standards, and all employees are trained to master the skills that match the high quality standards we set out. For example, we provide a lifelong warranty on the inner frame of the furniture. That is value-for-money!
We have our own factory and handle all parts of the process - from design to delivery. We have cut away the middlemen and that way, we can save you 30-40%, compared with more traditional furniture stores. Here you don’t have to wait for the next special offer - we have honest low prices all year-round.
... if you ask our customers. We prioritize a high level of service because we think it is important so you get the best experience, both before, during and after your purchase here. We are ready to answer your questions and give solid furniture advise, so please give us a call or stop by one of our showrooms.
Do you love designing? We know that many share our passion for design. That’s why we want to give you the opportunity to be creative and get your dream furniture.
As something quite unique and ground-breaking, Sofacompany.com gives you the chance to design and build your own sofa online, by combining a choice of model, material, colour, button colour and legs. Choose from over 50 products in 25 different materials and colours. Just follow the instructions. It’s easy!
We send all of our 'Design Your Own' furniture for production at the end of each month. And by bringing together all the orders, we can reduce our costs by producing your completely unique furniture. The savings we pass on to you, and that is why it only costs an ekstra 30% when designing your own, here with us.
Welcome to our Sofacompany.com showrooms! Here you can see the majority of our furniture, and test the comfort. You can also view and feel our range of fabrics and take fabric samples home with you, so that you can comfortably find the right colour for your sofa.
We are delighted to welcome you and look forward to assisting with any queries you may have.
We are of course ready to welcome today, as well as to help with any questions.
Welcome - we look forward to meeting you!
The Intermark KL, 1-K01, Level 1
348, Jalan Tun Razak
50400, Kuala Lumpur
Monday – Sunday 10:00 a.m – 10:00 p.m
Telephone number: +6012 969 1900
31, Jalan PJS 11/14
46150 Petaling Jaya
Only by appointment basis
Telephone number: +6012 969 1900
Cathrine has a background in textile design, and has a particularly good eye for spotting the latest trends in shapes, furniture design and materials. Cathrine also has a penchant for the light, feminine look. Cathrine designed Alex, Ellen, Harry, Nana and Vera.
Christian is a self-taught designer and his design style is more masculine. He gets his inspiration from his many annual trips abroad, and has a weakness for retro sofas. Christian designed Anne Herman , Conrad, John, Craig and Myra.
Bertil is an architect and industrial designer from the Aarhus School of Architecture. He is an experienced designer with extensive international experience. Bertil designed Elton, Sally, Vito and Sonia.
Says Who is a young fast-growing design duo from Denmark. Nikolaj and Kasper are the two people behind the name. They are passionate about Danish design – its simplicity, minimalism and functionalism. Says Who designed Eddie, Marvin, Edna and Ella.
Malene graduated from Aarhus School of Architecture, and loves all parts of the creative process, from original idea to finished product. Her design style is simple and Danish, combined with todays fashion and interior trends. When working with furniture, her focus is on craftmanship, materials, colors and details. Malene designed Allie, Storm, Tristan and Valde.
Emil is an autodidactic designer and has since childhood shown great passion for aesthetics and design. He has sketched hotel lobbies and restaurants, developed furniture and has since 2012 been affiliated with the danish owned, award winning practice LW Design, with offices in Hong Kong and Dubai. Emil designed Sixten and Salton.
Christiane is a danish actress, TV hostess, has a bachelor’s degree in french and communication, author and succesfull blogger - and is passionate about design and interior. She finds inspiration from Instagram, and Printerest or by visiting beautiful boutique and designer hotels around the world. Her style is Nordic with a twist of french avant-garde. Christiane designed Frederiksberg and No.4.
Rikke is an industrial designer from Aarhus School of Architecture. Her style is new nordic with an edge, and the designs are are made to be both seen and felt. The shapes are recognizable and simple, with a focus towards color, details and surprising features and textures. She has a good eye for trends and cherish to play with different materials. Rikke designed Ivar.
Oooja is a creative design studio consisting of architet Jeppe Olesen and designer Anders Gordon. Two different approaches to design which comes together in an always honest result, with a Nordic touch and a bit of both their worlds. Oooja finds inspiration from fragments of design, shapes, materials, feelings and functions, and combine these into simple, useful and beautiful design. Oooja designed Buster.
Nikoline has a background as a traditional upholsterer, and has experience workting with both new modern designs and the famous classics. Her designs are based on craftsmanship, aesthetics and functionality with a attention to detail and materials. The style is Danish and modern with clean lines and a touch of the past. Nikoline designed the daybed REM.
Phone: +6012 969 1900
You are always welcome to contact us by phone or e-mail [email protected]
Monday – Friday 10:00am – 6:00pm
Weekends & Holidays: Closed
Great quality does not have to be expensive. Due to our effort to save many expensive costs we can afford to use the best materials available in our furniture. For example, we purchase the fabric to our sofas from Danish and Norwegian suppliers, while the frames are made of imported pine wood from New Zealand.
In addition the frames are constructed by Scandinavian traditions which enables us to provide lifetime warranty on the inner frames.Order free fabric samples here