About Polskie Wersalki
Polskie Wersalki or ?Polish Sofa? refers specifically to sofas of Polish design and manufacture. Certain Polish cities, such as Bilgoraj, are famous both in Poland and overseas for their tradition of furniture manufacture. In fact, furniture manufacture makes up around 2 percent of Polish GDP and 90 percent of all furniture produced in Poland is exported. Due to this, there are many high end sofa makers that are greatly skilled in their craft. There is a lot of competition in the Polish furniture market so manufacturers cannot afford to produce inferior products. An affordable, yet functional, alternative to other bespoke sofa makers in the UK and other countries, Polskie Wersalki provide a quality product for your money. The Polish government is so confident in the standard of the product their country produces that they have run a scheme to raise awareness of Polish furniture in overseas markets.
There is a very distinctive look to most Polish furniture that is characterised by clean lines and an almost geometric, modern style. The colour of Polish sofas vary from neutral to more vibrant shades, but two tone colour schemes are a reoccurring trend.
Another characteristic of Polish sofas is that they usually convert into sofa beds and tend to have hidden storage spaces. This design trait, which was perhaps initially added in order to save space in smaller homes, is now a practical convenience for modern families with regular visitors. Unlike many inexpensive sofa beds, Polskie Wersalki are generally firm and supportive, making them suitable for daily use as both sofas or beds.