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Swedish Settee

Aidan Gray

Gustavian Style made its debut when King Gustav III introduced the trend in Sweden during the eighteenth century. The Swedish sensibilities that constitute its poise have stayed in style for a reason: they help introduce cool beauty and graceful lines into a space. Our Swedish Settee was inspired by the design-savvy king's approach to furniture, the Stonewood gray finish on the frame and the textured linen upholstery both attributes we know he would have enjoyed. We also offer this design in two chairs: one with a leopard fabric on the back and darker seat and one in a creamy textured linen.
Color Gray
Cushion Foam
Color/Finish stonewood gray / textured linen
Height 32 IN
Width 25 IN
Length 48 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.71
Box Weight 0 lbs
Shipping Box Width 25.98 IN
Shipping Box Height 34.25 IN
Shipping Box Depth 48.43IN
Fabric 100% Linen

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