Wendelbo Domino Sofa

The Domino Sofa is the best of both worlds. It is all you want from a sofa being comfortable and stylish in design. The Domino Sofa is a contemporary model designed to attract with its youthful and elegant style.


Structure Interior:Frame made of solid wood and MDF with elastic webbing spring system and high density foam profiles on top.
Structure Padding:High resilient variable density polyurethane foam. 
Seat Cushion:High resilient variable density polyurethane foam with cover of fibres. Wrap of fibre-fill on top.
Back:High resilient, variable density polyurethane foam with a cover of fibres. Wrap of fibre-fill on top. Back cushion of 100% down/feathers in a downproof cambric divided into channels
Legs:Black stained wooden legs.
Maintenance:Fabric and leather maintenance – Prevention is better than cure. 

Domino Configurations

The Domino Sofa by Wendelbo is one of the most flexible sofas around, offering a huge array of different modules that can be personalised to suit any living space. Whether you’re wanting a modular sofa, chaise sofa, or even a 3 seater sofa, the Domino can be the sofa for you.

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Fabrics & Leathers

The Domino sofa comes in a huge range of both leather and fabric sourced from Europe and around the world, all of which have a variety of colours to choose from. Whether you’re wanting a timeless fabric, a bold leather or even a statement velvet, this sofa has it all. Wendelbo offer only the best, not only do they offer high aniline leather for the Domino Sofa, they also conduct martingdale testings to provide you with the best possible commercial grade fabric.

Meet The Designer - 365° North

365° North is a Danish design studio based in Aarhus. Their core business is lifestyle-based design, ranging from furniture and lighting to projects for clothing and food packaging companies.

Their design solutions adopt an international approach since their market place often spans across the world. The most important aspect of their work is keeping up with market trends, and therefore travelling, exploring and being inspired by the moment are essential to being able to see beyond tomorrow.