The elegant and comfortable Harrison Tete-a-tete

The Harrison tete-a-tete is a very simple but very versatile and adaptable piece of furniture. Not only that it looks beautiful from every angle but it can also be reconfigured to fit the characteristics of any room. The unit is very versatile and it would make a practical addition to any room including the living room, office, lounge area, etc.

The Harrison tete-a-tete is crafted with a strong and durable European grown beech wood that has been responsibly grown and harvested and certified by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative. The unit is made in USA and costs $1,740.00. It has a strong wood frame and it’s secured with water-based, formaldehyde-free glues that meet CARB requirements. It features buttonless tufting and cozy loose cushions. The same model is also available as a Chaise.

The overall dimensions of the Harrison tete-a-tete are 75” W x 34” D x 29” H and seat height is 17.5’’.It’s a versatile and very comfortable piece of furniture that allows two persons to sit face to face while on the same sofa. Moreover, the piece is customizable and it comes in a variety of different colors and with several different patterns. It has a simple and elegant design that allows it to be used in a variety of different decors. It would, however, look best in modern and contemporary homes, due to its minimalist design.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on March 7th, 2012


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