13 Tropical Love Seats

A loveseat is a classic piece of seating furniture that work well in a variety of spaces. Since they’re shorter than the average sofa, they add seating room while saving space. Available in a variety of styles and shapes, a love seat is great for families, couples or one-bedroom apartments tight on space. More 
Loveseat in Honey Finish
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* Ecru colored cushions. Provides comfortable seating in a casual style. Clear coat finish helping to protect against wear and tear from normal use. Hand woven of natural banana leaves with no harmful additives. Cotton twill cushion covers. Made from 100% sustainable and eco friendly mahogany hardwood. Made in Indonesia. 53.75 in. W x 36 in. D x 31.75 in. H. Assembly Instructio...More
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Tangiers Seagrass Loveseat - Sunbrella Natural Cushions
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This tropical style loveseat is woven with premium seagrass and built on a hardwood frame. The curved lines, wonderful texture and warm honey color invite you and your guests to relax in style. Maintenance-free Sunbrella cushions add comfort and flair to your home.
“Seagrass sofa” — Anne Bowden
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Pre-owned Palm Print Rattan Sofa
$775
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Bring the west coast home with this beautiful vintage rattan sofa that has been recently upholstered in a classic Beverly Hills palm print (SWOON!). The fabric had been treated for indoor/outdoor use. The couch is in great condition with a minor flaw on a front bamboo piece, see pictures. Pair this with our black and white striped love seat for a bohemian vibe or with our palm ...More
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Pre-owned Mid-Century Caned Settee
$495
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A charming caned Mid-Century settee in tufted cream upholstery with a touch of pink floral jacquard. It comes with two bolster pillows in the same print. This is the perfect seating for an entryway or small space! It's in excellent vintage condition with no maker's mark.
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Pre-owned Black and White Stripe Rattan Love Seat
$518
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Bring the west coast home with this beautiful vintage rattan love seat that has been recently upholstered in a classic black and white stripe. The fabric had been treated for indoor/outdoor use. Pair this with our palm print sofa for a bohemian vibe or with our palm print chair to complete the Hollywood look.
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Adirondack Loveseat
$399
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The Built to Last recycled plastic Adirondack Loveseat is hand crafted with care and attention to details that matter. Our frames are built with 2x4 and 2x6, with a dadoed front brace and rear legs for extra support and structural integrity. The seat slats and back slats are individually ripped and routered. The seats and backs are perfectly contoured for added comfort and t...More
“will stand up to wind gusts” — Nancy Moskovitz
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Pre-owned French Upholstered Settee Circa 1860
$7,590
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Gorgeous French settee, circa 1860, with a uniquely hand-carved wood frame with fine detailing. The settee has been newly upholstered in an embroidered silk damask imported from France.
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What exactly defines a love seat?


A love seat is basically a sofa designed to fit two people comfortably (hence the name). It’s generally outfitted with two seat cushions, and ranges anywhere from 50-80” wide.

In what situations are loveseats most suitable?


Because they are smaller, love seats are great for small apartments. They also work well for creating seating areas in odd spaces; think reading nooks, alcoves or bay windows (a love seat can act as a window seat). They also work well in larger living spaces to complement a sofa. Face them toward each other or beside one another to create an entertaining space.

What size loveseat should I look for?


Just because loveseats are designed for two people does not mean that all love seats are all created equal. They vary in size just like any other piece of furniture, so once you determine where you’d like your cozy couch, be sure to take careful measurements. In addition, pay attention to the size of surrounding furniture so that your piece is complementary, and not overpowering.

What styles are available?


If you have a style in mind, you’ll likely be able to find a piece that matches. Take a look at the existing furniture in the room you’re looking to outfit and try to find something that falls in line with the theme. Considering something traditional? Go with something that has formal details like cabriole legs, decorative carvings or dark finishes. Want to go more contemporary? Seek out something simple that uses clean lines and minimal details to create a sleek design.

What type of upholstery should I consider?


This is generally dependent on the function your love seat will serve. Is it going to be more of a formal piece that won’t be used everyday? Choose a fabric to enhance its aesthetic appeal. Will it be in the family room and a staple sofa for lounging? Find something durable and low-maintenance to keep you satisfied for years to come.

What should I look for in the construction?


The construction of furniture can be tell-tale to how good the quality is. Keep your eye out for a piece with a frame made from sturdy material, like kiln-fired hardwood, oak or steel. They’ll hold up for years to come, whereas plywood will likely fall apart.

Can a loveseat double as a sleeper?


Yes! If you’re looking for extra space to sneak guests, a sleeper love seat will comfortably unfold to a full-size bed.
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