Sofa (2005)

Sofa (2005)

Looking for a Muji sofa cover but not sure if it's the 2005 model? The Sofa 2005 is similar to the Slim Arm Sofa which currently sold at Muji. The main difference between those sofas are their legs.

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Sofa 2005 has square legs instead of the cylindrical legs of the Slim Arm Sofa's. This newer version compared to the older 2002 and 1996 models has skinnier arms and slightly higher seating.

If you're not entirely sure even after checking measurements out, do feel free to contact us or our in-house Muji expert who knows all about the discontinued sofas from Muji.

Want a unique slipcover different to the original brown slipcovers? Check out our fabric collection fit for different purposes - be it for a luxury feel like leathers and linen, or simple easy-to-wash heavy duty fabrics.

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Valentine in Paris

"I love the sapphire blue velvet covers, they are a marvel compared to my old off-white IKEA covers. Plus, I no longer have to worry about protecting the covers from spills."

- Valentine in Paris

Kathleen in California

"I wanted to have some pleats on the chair skirt, and am still over-the-top in love with how it turned out! Liquid and dirt simply slides off the nano-coated Liege Biscuit fabric!"

- Kathleen in Cali

Asami in Yokohama

"The slipcover saves me money in the long-term by saving my old sofa. Instead of having to buy a new sofa or re-upholster it, I can simply take the covers out and wash or change them."

- Asami in Yokohama

Jenny in Hamburg

"The ability to change the covers is another plus point. Color makes so much of difference so a simple slipcover can change easily the character of the whole living space. I like that."

- Jenny in Hamburg