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For those tough-to-furnish small living rooms. 

Here's a nifty option for those with a robust social life but limited living space: the Sofista is a three-seater couch that pulls apart into separate upholstered chairs and a slim sofa. It comes in a variety of earth tones, and is made of 100 percent recycled fabrics. 

Sofista, 1210.00 ($1620), Formabilio.com

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Sam Sturgis
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Sam Sturgis is a former editorial fellow with CityLab.

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