432: Edward Wormley / Tete-a-Tete

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Edward Wormley designed  seating- from the same collection as our sofas, Tete-a-tete lovers seat at the J. Crew collection store, NYC..

Edward Wormley designed seating- from the same collection as our sofas, Tete-a-tete lovers seat at the J.

Tête-à-tête Conversation Seat, American Victorian  http://www.newel.com/images/inventory/050387/seating_teteatete_conversation_seat_American_Victorian_050387_01.jpg

American Victorian rosewood carved double swivel seat tete a tete with table center and red velvet upholstery

If I lived by myself I would SO have pink furniture and these are great! Not loud and obnoxious at all. Just perfect!

Anglo-Indian Tete a Tete a Tete Chair

Anglo-Indian Conversation Chair - Anglo-Indian "three-way" conversation chair. Each chair is tufted and upholstered with wooden legs and wooden center.

Loveseats: Furniture Built for Two: Loveseats: The Tête-a-Tête

Loveseats: Furniture Built for Two

11 Different Antique Couches, Sofas and Settee Styles: Tête-a-Tête Settee

Axel Three-Seater from Anthropologie

Three's Company: The Axel Three-Seater

slightly obsessed with tete-a-tetes at the moment.this one's from a random apartment therapy page i can't get the right credits for b/c the server keeps crashing.

ictorian Carved Mahogany Three-Seat Tete a Tete   Each conjoined padded back continuing to a circular tufted seat, raised on short scrolling feet.

~Victorian Carved Mahogany Three-Seat Tete a Tete. Each conjoined padded back continuing to a circular tufted seat, raised on short scrolling feet.from the estate of a Washington, DC philanthropist~

Victorian. A tour I once took explained this seating arrangement. It was for courting and the reason was so a woman and a man could have a conversation without their knees touching each other.

Victorian courting chair: The design was so a woman and a man could have a conversation without their knees touching each other.

Tête-à-tête  Attributed to John H. Belter  (1804–1863)   Date:ca. 1850–60Geography:Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United StatesCulture:AmericanMedium:Rosewood, ash, pine, walnut

Rosewood, Ash, Pine And Walnut Tête-à-tête Attributed To John H. Belter - American - The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Un article dédié aux têtes de lit, véritable objet déco elles donneront du cachet à votre chambre à coucher, à choisir en fonction du thème de votre chambre, nature, exotique, ou bien encore classique, nous verrons également que n'importe quels supports...

It's time to rekindle the stars. This is a beautiful vintage style headboard.

What could be more adorable in the garden than the tiny 'Tete a Tete' Daffodil? These Mini Daffodils are early bloomers and are a favorite in garden borders, as well as rock gardens. Its long lasting flowers are a golden, buttercup yellow with darker centers and will light up areas of groundcover. Cutting just a few to put in a small simply bud vase can bring joy to an entire room. Also, try planting in a pot for some sunshine indoors this spring!

tiny 'Tete a Tete' Daffodil - early bloomers - long lasting flowers in a golden, buttercup yellow with darker centers and will light up areas of groundcover.

Tete de lit en lambris

10 inspirations qui vont vous faire changer d'avis sur le lambris

“Tete-a-Tete” painting by Indian-born, SF-based painter Suhas Bhujbal (b 1977). Mixed Media on Panel  11 x 14 in. via Artstormer

“Tete-a-Tete” painting by Indian-born, SF-based painter Suhas Bhujbal (b Mixed Media on Panel 11 x 14 in. via Artstormer

tete-a-tete loveseat

11 Different Antique Couches, Sofas and Settee Styles

Trying to identify an antique couch, settee, or daybed? Look at 11 options ranging from the Davenport and Chesterfield to the Méridienne and Récamier.

tete-a-tete sofa

Tete-a-tete , double chair, Eastlake inspired

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