What to know before you buy Baxton Studio Bianca Mid-Century Modern Walnut Wood Light Grey Fabric Tufted 2-Seater Loveseat Mid-Century/Light Grey/Walnut Brown/Fabric Polyester 100 “/Rubber Wood/
Mid-century retro modern 2-seater loveseat settee Product Depth 33.07 inches Assembly Required YES Collection Bianca Product Weight 57.32 pounds Product Dimensions Dimensions: 29.53 Inches High x 50 Inches Wide x 33.07 Inches Deep Seating Dimensions: 16.54 Inches High from Floor x 44.02 Inches Wide x 21.26 Inches Deep Arm Height: 5.08 Inches High Height from Floor to Top of Arms : 21.89 Inches High Seat Back: 13.39 Inches High Legs: 21.89 Inches High Product Height 29.53 inches Product Width 51 inches
What is the advantage of this Baxton Studio Bianca Mid-Century Modern Walnut Wood Light Grey Fabric Tufted 2-Seater Loveseat Mid-Century/Light Grey/Walnut Brown/Fabric Polyester 100 “/Rubber Wood/?
Welcome plush comfort into your home with the vintage style-lines and tufted detail of the Bianca 2-seater loveseat settee. Constructed of durable rubberwood for exceptional durability and stable comfort, the Bianca is upholstered in cool light grey polyester fabric to give it an updated look. Perfect for a modern or minimal interior, the Bianca features smooth angular solid wood frame in dark walnut finishing for a nod to mid-century modern design that exudes warmth. This retro modern settee is built with clean paneled lines on the seat back, bringing relaxing vibes into your living room and complementing your home with lavish style. For a coordinated look, pair the loveseat with other pieces in the Bianca range, a stunning lounge set perfect for modern lounges, private offices and receptions. Made in Malaysia, the Bianca requires assembly.
Customer reviewsBeautiful, but hard to assemble
So first off, it's a handsome loveseat. It's comfortable and looks incredible. It was very difficult to put together mostly because the materials provided were of low quality. The bolts and nuts were finicky and hard to insert the right way. The wood at the joints was weak-it broke while I was assmbling one of the loveseats I had ordered. Luckily I had a few screws lying around from a prior piece of furniture and I drilled it into the wood to hold it together. You will definitely need a drill to put this together, since there are points where you need to insert screws directly into a flat piece of wood without a pre-drilled hole.