ACME Furniture Drapes its Windan Sofa in ‘Browns Beach’ Wool

Specializing in high quality re-interpretations of mid-century American designs, Japan’s ACME Furniture creates everything from sofas, tables and beds to lamps and rugs. Utilizing their popular ‘Windan Sofa’ ACME upholsters the sofa in an olive ‘Browns Beach’ wool cloth. Developed by William W. Brown in the early 20th century to combat cold New England winters, Browns Beach cloth is a woven two-ply wool/cotton blend with a stylish marled appearance. Typically used for coats and vests, the fabric also suits the Windan Sofa perfectly. Available at ACME stores on September 15th.

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