Production began of sofas with a focus on comfort and spacious seating, and would soon become very popular. The company is synonymous with high quality, and the combination of exclusive materials with solid craftsmanship. Eilersen offers a wide range of sofas, corner sofas and modular sofas, but also tables, stools and coffee tables.
A family business with a solid design history
When Eilersen celebrated its 75th anniversary in the 1970s, Andreas Hansen designed the 75/76 Peabag sofa, which was to be the brand’s first best seller. Jens Juul Eilersen began his career as a furniture designer in 1979 and represented the fourth generation of the Eilersen family to join the company. He designed classics such as the Stratos, Alamo and Arizona sofas and the Control lounger. The Control is adjustable and extra functional with two castors on one short side that make it easy to move around.
In the early 2000s, the company took a modern design approach and collaborated with the architectural firm C.F. Møller and designer Morten Voss. Jens Juul Eilersen designed the Baseline sofa with uncomplicated elegance and clean lines that are typical of the brand. The sofa is very tasteful with its streamlined styling and is also spacious and comfortable. Zenith is another example of a classic sofa by Eilersen. Here, too, the focus is on stylish design, and the comfortable sofa is available in several sizes and a variety of fabrics and leather.
Eilersen is known around the world for its sofas that have become design classics, and there is a sofa model for every taste and personality. With a combination of genuine craftsmanship and fashion-conscious design, Eilersen maintains a high level of quality—120 years since its inception.
Nordiska Galleriet has worked with Eilersen for many years, and today Eilersen is one of the largest sofa manufacturers at Nordiska Galleriet.