This 1950's modernist reproduction looks amazing from the front, the back and the sides, thus an exceptional choice for defining or dividing up larger spaces. The American Walnut full wood frame brings a natural, organic and warm feel to the Woodrow Box Sofa. The wood elements introduce a sophistication to mid-century modernism design. The straight wooden frame will probably scare off many loungers. Don't let the straight solid appearance of the wood frame fool you. The Woodrow Box Sofa features an ample, supple and comfortable seat cushion. The back is soft and supportive with a precise angled lean-back designed for a comfortable lounging experience. The tall and thin spindle legs keep the Woodrow Box sofa elevated high above the ground. Using traditional wood joinery, leather stitching & button tufting methods, the Sofa construction is today as it was then. Woodrow is tufted & upholstered with our highest grade 100% Genuine Distressed Patina Top Grain Leather. This highly functional widely recognized chair is frequently used as an occasional seating chair in both casual and formal settings.
- Style: Woodrow Box Sofa
- Cushion: Multi-density low profile Dacron wrapped foam cushions
- Seat Upholstery:100% upholstered in Genuine Distressed Patina Top Grain Leather
- Button Upholstery:100% Genuine Distressed Patina Top Grain Leather Buttons
- Body: Genuine American Walnut Veneer wood
- Finish: 3 coats of UV cured Polyurethane
- Fasteners: Traditional wood dowel joinery
- Wood Preparation: Wood is kiln dried stabilizing the moisture content
- Wood Preparation: 3 step sanded. Coarse medium and fine grit
- Dimensions: Height 27.5" x Depth 31.5" x Width 86.5"
- Dimension: Floor to seat height 17"
- Dimension:: Floor to arm height 27.5"
- Leg Type: Wood stiletto 8" tall
- Leg Design: Accent w/ Metal capped in Copper for a truly mid-century modern look
- Feature: The entire sofa is stitched and crafted by hand
- Assembly: Yes
Distressed Patina Top Grain Aniline Leather.
Distressed Premium Aniline Top Grain leather. Aniline dyed leathers have little or no pigment coating and with use, Patina to a buttery soft feel that is commonly associated with raw leather. Distressed leather versions involve an initial process of Aniline Vat dying. During the vat dying process, the color penetrates the fibers of the leather through to the back. There are no corrections made to the epidermis as only the cleanest top shelf Italian hides are used. After dye curing, the hides then spends days undergoing an age old manual hand buffing, finishing and distressing process. The end result is a beautifully worn, comfortable with natural tonal variations and age distressing that breathes well. Over time the leather surface does not wear out but ages gracefully as it continues to patina with use.