Sofa Specialist Cozey Adds Tables
Direct-to-consumer sofa specialist Cozey is diversifying its furniture offering away from seating products for the first time, adding three tables including a modular lift-top coffee table, two models of modular media unit, and a height adjustable side table.
In a statement, the start-up said with convenience, elegance and affordability at the heart of its product vision, furnishing the rest of the living room was a priority and tables were the next logical move.
“We have been working on the three products for over a year now,” said Cozey founder and chief executive officer Frédéric Aubé. “We started with our customers in mind and went back to basics to meet their daily needs in the living room. We then worked on the elegance of the design and the price point to make sure we delivered the best value in the market.”
That’s what they did, introducing the height adjustable steel side table in steel at $180, with the lift-top coffee table starting at $210 and the media unit at $145. “With the quality and innovation that we offer, nobody comes even close to that,” Aubé said.
According to Cozey product designer Marjorie Lebreux, the customer is always in mind when working on new products.
“We solve problems with innovative designs for our customers. We make convenient furniture that they can use on a daily basis: it’s easy to assemble and easy to adapt to evolving needs throughout life,” she said, adding, “All these functional features are integrated to the most elegant design they can offer.”
The tables’ launch was Lebreaux’s first project since joining Cozey in September 2021.
The Stella collection, which comprises the coffee table and the media unit, is fully modular meaning any number of modules can be combined to form one piece of furniture. The coffee table lifts and locks into place to allow customers to work or eat. It also offers storage between the top and bottom trays.
When assembling a multi-module coffee table, customers can configure each tabletop to lift in different directions. The media unit either comes with or without a door for accessible, yet elegant storage options.
For its part, the Solis table collection is made out of industrial steel and offers a functional lever to adjust the height, depending on its intended use. Versatility is a synonym for all three pieces.
Like all Cozey products, they ship for free in all Canadian provinces and are guaranteed for five years.
Aubé said over the next few months and years, Cozey plans to release additional furniture collections and expand its offering to more rooms around the home.
This past June, the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) invested $10 million in Cozey as part of a $15 million round of financing to support Cozey’s product development efforts as well as its future expansion into the United States.