Dowel Loveseat Original design by Sean Dix
Delivery between 15/11/2016 and 29/11/2016
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  • Light Blue (85% Wool)
  • Light Grey (85% Wool)
  • Light Orange (85% Wool)
  • Red (85% Wool)
  • Black (85% Wool)
  • Brown (85% Wool)
  • Warn Grey (85% Wool)
  • Burgundy (85% Wool)
  • Cream White (85% Wool)
  • Dark Blue (85% Wool)
  • Dark Green (85% Wool)
  • Dark Orange (85% Wool)
  • Black Leather
  • Cream Leather
  • Light Red Leather
  • Beige Leather
  • Brown Leather
  • White Leather
  • White Deluxe
  • Dark Red Leather
  • Chocolate Leather
  • Black Deluxe
  • Light Red Deluxe
  • Beige Deluxe
  • Brown Deluxe
  • Dark Red Deluxe
  • Chocolate Deluxe

  • Ash Walnut Color
  • Walnut
  • Ash


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The Dowel Loveseat embodies the retro look of sixties with a touch of the contemporary. This two-seater sofa set from Dowel’s collection is named Love seat as it is ideal for a couple to sit and to spend their moments together. The comfortable seats combined with the wide backrest and curved armrest gives this sofa a special look and comfortable feel. The sliding structure of the laminated arm rest presents a unique designer look.

The Dowel Loverseat is an ideal item of deco for your drawing room or your living room in front of your television set. Can also be used at reception in offices.
Additional Information

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Materials It is solid wood structure framework done with soft broad two cushion.
Height * Width 72 cm * 146 cm
Depth 92 cm
Weight 39.42
Number of packages 1
Designer Sean Dix
Sean Dix

SEAN DIX was born in Kansas City (USA). He lived in Fiji, Micronesia, and the Philippines before moving to San Diego, Chicago, and then to Europe in 1994 and Hong Kong in 2008.He opened his studio in Milan in 2000 and Hong Kong in 2008.He was graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Rietveld Academie (Amsterdam) and Domus Academy (Milan). He has lectured and taught at numerous schools around the world including IULM (Milan), Politecnico di Milano, Domus Academy (Milan), Beckman's (Stockholm), and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.