Colorful Jara Settee

Today we’re going to approach a particular piece of furniture that we didn’t really pay much attention to until now but that has some very interesting characteristics that deserve to be analyzed. It’s a settee, a piece of furniture that would best complement the living room but that can also be included in other spaces. This model was created by Massoud Furniture, a company founded in 1962 by three friends. It specializes in creating custom seating.

This is one of their many beautiful creations, the Jara settee. It features a charming design with simple lines. It’s a handcrafted piece and this makes it even more interesting and unique. Also, the array of patchwork prints is a detail that makes it stand out. Given the variety of colors and patterns it features and the simplicity of the design, this settee is quite versatile and it could be easily included in most traditional and vintage interior decors. It would add a vibrant pop of color to any room.

The patchwork effect that you see was created by stitching together several layers of recycled sari cloth. Because of that, each settee is a one-of-a-kind piece and each features slight variations from the one shown in the pictures. The settee was crafted with a hardwood frame and features cotton and silk patchwork upholstery. Its overall dimensions are 60″W x 34″D x 44″T. Seat, 18″T; arms, 25″T.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on August 29th, 2012


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