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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The Trumpeter was originally designed in 1958 for use throughout the Amsterdam Royal Hotel, designed by the same architect. The Trumpeter is an example of a classic furniture design inspired by the movement to adapt organic forms into our interior spaces. Appropriate to its name, the chair resembles an artful representation of the curves of the largest native North American bird.
The Trumpeter Chairs distinguished shape was created by omitting all straight lines from its design curved surfaces. The elegant shape is generous for lounging yet has a minimal airy appearance. The Trumpeter is mid-century modern in design and represents the era with its revolutionary form.
To this day, the piece including its stitching is hand created primarily due to its unique curvatures. Reproducing the original form in curve and proportion is part of the quality story, aside from materials used in premium reproductions.
Velvet, in general, is a soft pile fabric that has been woven since the beginning of the middle ages. It is soft to the touch with a distinctive nap. It is woven on a loom unique to velvet fabrics. Often used on modern furniture where a clean appearance is desired; Micro-velvet is a form of standard velvet fabric. The micro-velvet variety is considered a lower maintenance fabric. It features a low nap which reduces the light and dark variation of a traditional crushed velvet. The fabric is durable, forms well with curve & tufting work. It features a warm appearance and a soft to the touch surface. Velvet as a term refers to the fabric style, not the fabric content. Velvets are made from a variety of fabric types.