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ONORE

THE SHAPE OF ENJOYMENT
If pleasure had a universal shape, it’d probably look like a sofa.
And if it looked like a sofa, it’d be the Onore sofa.

Just look at it: it’s stylish, comfortable, and deliciously technologic. And all with one simple purpose: to make you do nothing at all.
Have a seat and rest against its adjustable headrest and tall backrest.

The Onore sofa is a no-brainer for almost every home style, and you can also customize it.

LOOKING GREAT

The Onore sofa comes in fine leather upholstery with contrast stitching. Its wooden feet have metal inserts that make them look very stylish.

FEELING GREATER

You can recline as much as you want with this one.
And you can also do it with zero effort, thanks to Natuzzi’s Motion System.

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