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Anne Curtis' pricey modular sofa is an eye-catcher in her living room—here's where you can get one

By Brooke Villanueva Published Oct 17, 2023 2:19 pm

Anne Curtis' home interiors caught the eye of social media users when she shared a snap taken in her living room with a cozy sofa in the background.

Fresh from Paris Fashion Week, the actress recently posted an adorable photo with her daughter Dahlia on Instagram, which she captioned "Home." They can be seen sharing a loving embrace in their living space decked out with neutral hues of beige and white.

Aside from their lovely mommy-daughter moment, social media users were also quick to express their admiration for her living room in the comment section of her post.

"Ugh, such a beautiful space," content creator David Guison commented.

"Your home is as beautiful as you," her IG follower wrote.

"Omg, your living room is giving!" another one said.

"So cozy," content creator Diana Rantamaki added.

The star of her space is the iconic Camaleonda sofa by renowned Italian designer Mario Bellini. This model, which is being sold at B&B Italia, has seat modules with a backrest and armrest. Tie-rods and rings let the seats be "unhooked and recombined at will, allowing the sofa to adapt to an evolving taste and the dynamic needs of those using it."

B&B Italia has a branch in Bonifacio Global City where you can get your own Camaleonda sofa. In a chat with PhilSTAR L!fe, the management said its price starts at P1,572,571, though it "varies depending on the fabric or finish and the number of modules you like."

               Camaleonda sofa

Through the years, Camaleonda has been loved for its timeless elements that work together to provide "unlimited modularity" that "allows each element to become a sort of enormous pixel through which to define your home environment." It's designed to go well with your chosen looks for your home even with a number of makeovers.

"Of all the objects I have designed, Camaleonda is perhaps the best in terms of its sense of freedom. There are infinite number of possible configurations," Bellini previously said.