The Camaleonda Sofa was recently purchased by stylist Simone Haag for an Arts & Crafts-style house in Hawthorn. The period house, renovated by architect David Neil, director of Neil Architecture, includes a new open plan kitchen, dining and living area. Simone Haag chose three different fabrics for the Camaleonda Sofa, in subtle shades of burgundy, including wine and a plum tone, offering different textures, as well as hues. “I love the way this sofa can easily change a space, whether you colour block the modules (Simone has gone with six modules) or creating a more random effect.” And to complement this colour scheme, there are navy accessories in the form of upholstery for a window seat, as well as a pale blue coffee table. “The Camaleonda Sofa was a classic when it was first released, but it’s as popular nearly 50 years later,” Simone adds.