What goes inside a sofa is more important than the quality of material on top. The inside frame is what determines if a couch is worth restoring or throwing away. Most mid-century modern sofa frames are made of teak, white oak or rosewood. The frame is part of the aesthetics of the piece and frequently offers a sculptural element to the piece. Mid-century modern sofas are so durable that they are passed down from generation to generation. Sofas can come in many different variations. It can come in a low back or high back form and it can range from a 2-seater to a 4-seater. Mostly Danish is proud to have one of the largest selections of mid-century modern sofas in North America.