Pierre Loveseat

$4,800 – $10,500

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Once you submit your order, you will receive an email with instructions on how and where to ship your fabric.

Should your order require special handling (fabric backing, unusual fabric placement, skirting etc.) not included in our standard product offering, upcharges may apply. Upon receiving your order, we will send you an email to provide you with a quote for any necessary upcharges.

Dimensions

59.5"W x 32"D x 34"H
Seat: 21.5"D x 18"H / Arm: 23"H

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Description

The Pierre Loveseat is a charming little piece with its easy curves and generous scale. Perfect in your living room for a catch up with friends, or even in a home office, this loveseat encourages conversation and is a seat guests will linger in thanks to the plumped seat cushion and sculpted back.

59.5"W x 32"D x 34"H
Seat: 21.5"D x 18"H / Arm: 23"H

Additional Information

  • Kiln-dried solid maple frame with double-doweled joints and corner blocks for superior strength. 
  • Eight-way hand-tied coil spring suspension with a solid webbed base. 
  • Spring down cushions include: individually wrapped steel coils with uniform weight distribution, downproof ticking and generous fill of down, feathers and fiber. These cushions pair the comfort of down with a slightly firmer and more tailored appearance. 
  • Minimum 9 yards COM or 130 Sq. Ft. COL required. COM/COL must be sent to our workroom via FedEx or UPS.
  • COM requirements may vary for fabrics with small or large scale repeat patterns. Please confirm yardage requirements for non-solid fabrics with a member of our team at contact@bunnywilliamshome.com.
  • View lead times for custom upholstery orders (COM/COL) here.
  • Handcrafted in the USA.


"You can't look at sofas, tables and chairs in isolation: you have to look at them in relation to all the other furniture in the room if you are going to create spaces that are balanced, nuanced, and harmonious."