Great Ash Sofa

The Epitome of Scandinavian Design

Available in Fabric & Leather; Deeper Lounging Experience


The Great Ash Sofa is yet another example of how Jens Juul Eilersen has redefined the luxury lounging experience in the furniture world. Similar to the Ash Sofa, it boasts a tight look that will not lose its appeal regardless of how much time has passed. Their difference lies in the lounging depth. If you appreciate the look of the Ash Sofa but would like to opt for a deeper lounging experience, then the Great Ash Sofa is the sofa for you and your loved ones. As you recline, relax and unwind, expect an immeasurable amount of comfort from the Great Ash.


This designer sofa is available in the following configurations: 3 seater sofa, 4 seater sofa and above and L-shaped.

Like any other sofa, the Great Ash can’t do without a coffee table companion. The Island Coffee Table by Eilersen, as depicted in the picture above, is a masterpiece crafted from the finest marble. And best of all, each piece is unique as no two marble slabs are the same.



Down feathers of the highest quality have been used to craft these Eilersen sofas. This is one of the reasons why Eilersen’s sofas are exceedingly comfortable. In addition, the frame that supports this sofa is made of solid wood. This gives the sofa unbreakable durability. Please note that all sofas by Eilersen feature removable covers.


Safety & Warranty Information

Non-toxic and safe materials are used to construct Eilersen’s high-quality sofas. A 5-year guarantee covers the frame, spring and cushion fillings.


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Great Ash Sofa Infosheet

Sofa: Solid Pine Wood, Duck Down & More
Sofa Cover: A Wide Range Of Quality Fabric Or Premium Leather



The Great Ash Sofa was conceptualised by the creative head of Eilersen, Jens Juul Eilersen. This creative soul has been behind almost every Eilersen sofa since the 1960s.



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