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Retro Style Living Room Furniture Design, Love Seat by EQ3


Sleek, elegant, and retro style Love Seat furniture design for your home interior and living room furnishings.


Sleek, elegant, and retro style Love Seat furniture design for your home interior and living room furnishings.

Designed by EQ3 San Fransisco (California), the retro style love seat is inspired by mid-century design, the affordable ‘young living’ concepts popular in Europe, and recognized an opportunity in North America to offer modern, alternative choices for home furniture.

The elegant love seat design is spring suspension in seat and webbing in seat back and completely with seat and back cushions. This design provides two leg options, tapered sold wood or chrome sled style leg.

The retro style love seat are available in all leathers and grade 10, 20 and 30 fabrics. Due to your need and comfortable, the sleek design comes in numerous diversity in styles, shape, color and sizes of the love seats.

Perfect and affordable design, this design is the most creative combination of resources, construction methods and manufacturers. A great seating forĀ  urban living with spaceless problem.



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