The “Bali Ocean” sofa

The first thing you notice about this sofa is probably the name. Called “Bali Ocean”, this piece reminds us of the clear waters that we were able to enjoy, either when we were visiting that area or in pictures. Nevertheless, it’s easy to see what it was called like that. The Bali Ocean sofa was designed and created by Old Hickory Tannery, a company that was founded more than 30 years ago and it’s still a family business.

The sofa features a hardwood frame, durable and strong, and chrome-finished legs. It’s a simple piece, with a simple and comfortable design, a reason why it’s also very versatile. It’s the type of sofa that would look good in both traditional, rustic, modern and contemporary homes.

The dimensions of this cozy sofa are 85″L x 36″D x 38″T with 74″L x 22″D x 18″T seat and 24″T arms. Even though Old Hickory Tannery was originally focused on fine leather upholstery, now the company is equally known for its fabric-covered pieces. It offers a wide range of products, reflecting all kinds of styles. The upholstery is cut and sewn entirely by hand and this is something available for all their products. All springs are hand-tied to the frame and surrounding springs at eight points for lasting comfort and stability. The “Bali Ocean” sofa is no exception. You can buy this beautiful piece of furniture for $4,899.00.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on October 25th, 2011


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