What products does the lifetime warranty cover?
This includes all of our indoor upholstered & Wood furniture such as sofas, lounge chairs, sectionals, benches, ottomans, daybeds & chaises, desks, wall units, tables, credenzas and bookcases.
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An impeccable reproduction of the original design that went on sale in 1956. The chaise sofa sectional design creates additional seating and improved lounging space in a compact mid century modern design. The Kardiel reproduction features a full width back and seat cushion on the sofa side and a full length seat cushion on the chaise side. An uncluttered appearance results from the full cushion lengths when used in this chaise sectional format. The philosophy results in minimalist beauty, lasting durability and luxurious comfort in one complete package.
This stunning reproduction of the Florence Knoll 1956 Sofa is a Kardiel signature reproduction. Created with the highest accuracy to detail you can have your own version of one of the most influential designer icons of the 20th century. From the traditional hardwood box frame construction to the premium upholstery, you will not find a higher quality reproduction of the Florence.
It is well known that Florence studied and collaborated with Mies Van Der Rohe. Knoll designed the classic trio using a durable stainless steel frame with minimal materials. Cubic cushions featuring compressed buttons in a purposeful and logical layout provide style and comfort to the supporting thin armed, minimalist frame. Originally meant to complement the classic innovations of Saarinen and Bertoia, the mid century modern style perfectly compliments todays modern home. Available in individual pieces including chaise sectional sofa, standard 3 seat sofa, 2 seat loveseat and arm chair configurations. Coordinating bench and ottomans are also available.
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