Contemporary BedroomContemporary Bedroom, Orange County
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Cons of the Tête-à-TêteIt requires more space than you might think. Tête-à-têtes vary from love seat size to full-length-sofa size. Despite their seemingly “normal” size, they require access space on both sides. So you need to make sure you have the space to accommodate this piece. Many spaces simply aren’t large enough or have a challenging configuration.Ideally, you want to leave 3 feet of clear floor space on each side for passage, but 1½ feet would pass as a bare minimum. So for simplicity’s sake, a 3-foot-deep tête-à-tête would require space between 6 and 9 feet deep. The tête-à-tête lounger shown in this ample-size bedroom has plenty of space around it.