In the Spotlight - Natuzzi Editions

Beginning nearly 60 years ago in a workshop in Southern Italy, Natuzzi Editions have grown to become a major brand known worldwide for their sleek designs and sofas and chairs which deliver unparalleled comfort. Each and every Natuzzi model is designed in Italy by a team of interior designers with a strong commitment to research, social responsibility and environmental sustainability. High quality is guaranteed in all their designs meaning you will be provided with complete comfort and satisfaction when you purchase one of their luxurious sofas. 

The Natuzzi factories achieve the perfect balance between highly skilled crafts-people and cutting-edge technology, providing beautifully designed sofas and chairs which will make a stunning statement to your home.

Tailor Made

Acting as the pinnacle of Italian design and stylish contemporary living, Natuzzi Editions has a wide range of sofas and chairs available varying in size and shape to suit different homes. By using only the finest hides from South America and Europe, their leather sofas are strong, flexible, remain cool in the summer and warm in the winter. And made with the customer in mind, most ranges can be tailored with different recliner options and various innovative features. 

Every single process is checked, from the leather tanning process and selecting high quality padding to delivery to your door, ensuring exceptional quality and craftmanship is achieved.



As one of the leading Natuzzi Editions stockists in the UK, Cookes have an extensive range of Natuzzi editions sofas and chairs in store including some of the latest models available. Speak to our expert sales team and they will be able to assist and guide you to find the perfect addition to your home with our vast array of beautiful sofas by Natuzzi Editions designed with comfort and luxury in mind.

Visit our showrooms to discover our range of luxurious Natuzzi Editions products which will take pride and place in your home.

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Posted by Zoe Barlow
23rd January 2020

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