How to choose the best Baxton Studio Sorrento Mid-Century Retro Modern Faux Leather Upholstered Wooden 2-Seater Loveseat for you?
Mid-century loveseat Dimensions: 32.96" High x 48.95" Wide x 29.45" Long Seating Dimensions: 17.16" High from Floor x 39.2" Wide x 20.28" Long Arm Height: 6.05" High From Floor to top of arms: 22.43" High Finishing: dark walnut Button-tufting with piping on the edges of the cushion Removable cushions with stoppers underneath the seat cushion Rounded armrests with splayed legs
What is the advantage of this Baxton Studio Sorrento Mid-Century Retro Modern Faux Leather Upholstered Wooden 2-Seater Loveseat?
1950s-60s Danish-inspired design that adds a retro modern touch to your space
Comfortable, fully cushioned seats. Cushion is removable and stopper is provided under the seats
Sturdy wooden frame for support
Eye-catching button-tufted black faux leather with edge piping detail
A simple, post-modern design that works well with a variety of styles, the Sorrento 2-seater loveseat is upholstered in black faux leather with solid rubberwood legs and frame. The sculptural arms and wide, welcoming seat are a throwback to classic 1950s and 60s Danish design. A fully upholstered seat with exposed dark walnut wood looks great from all angles, whether in a lounge arrangement, public waiting area or private office. The splayed legs and button-tufting design add a retro modern touch to this piece of clean lines furniture. The Sorrento features light weight and easy handling. It will be suitable for those urban dwellers with limited space. It could be a cool-looking reading nook within 30 minutes of assembly out of a box. Made in Malaysia, the Sorrento will be a standout piece in any modern interior.
Customer reviewsConstruction Flaw
Perhaps on sale for a reason. The pilot hole in the horizontal, load-bearing support beam is drilled too shallow, resulting in the bolts on both ends of the beam, being unable to get a bite as the bolt reaches through the front leg of the sofa. This will require I either get out my power drill from home, I'm in the office and drill the hole deeper or go to a hardware store to purchase longer bolts so as to achieve a safe to use seat. I personally feel like I should be refunded a fraction of the cost, as taking it apart and returning it is equally if not greater an inconvenience.