As a cabinet maker's son, Pasquale Natuzzi started his own workshop already in 1959 and started making sofas on an industrial level in 1967. However, it was in the 80's when he saw that high-quality leather sofas could also enter the mass market. Natuzzi sofas are still popular and combine great quality with strong commitment, environmental sustainability, social responsibility, and research to bring you some of the best sofas around. Dive into the world of Natuzzi sofas to learn about the different types and find yours. Moreover, you can enhance your Natuzzi collection with equally great armchairs, tables, rugs, and accessories, if you wish.Recliner Sofas
The recliner sofas allow you to relax completely as you put up your legs and enjoy yourself. On sofas with electric motion systems, such as the Daniele, Giotto, Davide, or Lorenzo, you can switch into a reclining position in the matter of seconds. The system hides underneath the upholstery, so it does not disturb you in any way. Many recliner sofas have tall backs to fully support you.Sofabeds
Sofabeds are great ways to make the most of the space available at your home. These sofas double as beds, and you can set them up easily. These sofas feature special upholstery that also provides the best sleeping experience. The Isacco looks elegant and discreet when closed, but it transforms into a comfortable bed that has a memory foam mattress once you open it. The Galileo provides ample of storage space for your bedding and also becomes a convenient bed.Modular Sofas
The Natuzzi Editions modular sofas are versatile pieces of furniture that allow you to play with your interior design as you like. You can combine the parts of the sofa in many ways and adapt it according to the room. The Gregorio and Noe come in many colours and can have either leather or fabric upholstery. The central, corner, and terminal elements fit into many positions and give you endless opportunities to coordinate.Material
Natuzzi leather sofas and couches mainly stand out for their superior quality, but fabric is also a popular upholstery option, but maybe not for all sofa models available. The leather colour options are mostly sophisticated and modest, including black, grey, brown, and white, while fabric gives some more room to play. When it comes to legs, they could be wooden or metal, and the choice largely depends on which ones best match your home decor.