Studio Couch in Black Ash & Hal200Quick ship delivery in 4 weeks
Discontinued - Brand New
Designed by Lucian Ercolani, 1956 Designed by Lucian Ercolani in 1956, the STUDIO COUCH is a charming and practical addition to the 21st century home. Equal parts beautiful and functional, the versatile STUDIO COUCH features traditional spindle details and a simple, ergonomic backrest fashioned from a singular piece of carved wood. An arched, steam-bent ash rod stabilizes the armrests and webbing adds strength and support to the settee’s frame. Whether shared with family or friends, the STUDIO COUCH is sure to enhance and elevate the moment with its tactual and interactive form.
Width: 205cm Depth: 79cm Height: 87cm Seat Height: 45cm Seat Depth: 54cm Seat Width (Arm to Arm): 188cm
Wood is a natural material, consequently the grain pattern will vary from piece to piece.
Cabinets and chests over 60cm tall should be fixed to the wall to ensure stability, anti-tip kits with fixtures will be provided. The fixing of these pieces to the wall will not be carried out by our delivery partner. Please follow the product instructions and immediately attach to a wall as stated.
Upholstered furniture, images and the fabric visualiser are designed to act as a guide of how a piece will look. Pattern placement, exact colour and texture of a fabric can vary from this.
Before ordering, we recommend viewing the fabric and wood finish in store and ordering samples to view at home.
While we endeavour to ensure that the stated dimensions are as accurate as possible, due to manufacturing tolerances, these may vary slightly.
ercol mattresses are made to order, and it is for this and reasons of hygiene, that we are unable to refund or replace any of our mattresses. This does not affect your statutory rights or apply if the product is faulty. Since the selection of a mattress is a very personal decision, we strongly recommend that you try the mattress in store, or here in the ercol showroom, prior to ordering. While we endeavour to ensure stated dimensions are as accurate as possible, due to manufacturing tolerances, these may vary slightly.