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.
In Stock Jul 31st
The Woodrow Box Sofa gives a generous nod to the early case study sofas of Milo Baughman. We are talking generous proportions, comfy cushions, and smart tailoring. A savvy statement piece for elevating modern spaces. And we can vouch for the comfort. It is something we have engineered into the seat and inner back angle.
What a savvy way to add comfort to your space; introducing natural American Walnut. American Walnut’s natural warm brown tone is the perfect species to build this masterpiece from. We love how the wood frame combines with the classic squared button tufting. Thank your Black Walnut for the good looks from every angle; the possibilities with this statement-piece are ongoing.
Twill is an interwoven knit fabric. The thread takes turns in an over and under weave forming a crooked yet overall lineal rectangle pattern that can be discerned at close range. The pattern exists but appears somewhat random when viewed from a normal distance. Vintage Tailored Twill features a finer, tightly tailored flat weave appearance.
Vintage Tailored Twill provides perhaps a more refined, tailored appearance than that of a typical coarse twill. It relies on the multi-tone nature of the fabric strands themselves to provide the appearance of depth of texture.
The American Walnut species is widely admired for its exceptional color tone and graining. While many stains attempt to mimic the "walnut color," the actual American Walnut species achieves its brown tone without the use of stains. The natural wood presents lighter and darker tones within the various grains, something not achievable with a topical stain. American Walnut in its natural state, is a premium choice for wood species and used often in modernist upscale furniture pieces. American Walnut is capable of coordinating well with other wood species, both light and dark.