The Love SeatJan 17, 2012
The Love Seat, traditionally made in the late 17th and 18th century to seat one woman and her large dress, has evolved into something of a style item. The Victorians popularised these seat by using it as an excuse to utter sweet nothings to one another. Just an excuse to perch close, but not too close. The Love Seat is still a strong symbol of love and romance, which can bring a sense of charm to any living room, veranda or hallway This stunning Swivel Tub Shaped Love Seat is from Talisman covered in a beautiful Florida pink velvet gives the chair a very inviting plush feel. The perfect invitation to curl up with a good book in style and immerse yourself in the calming effects of the colour pink.