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Annebet Phillips' Love Seats are Literal Featuring Two Stacked Chairs

 - Nov 23, 2015
References: annebetphilips & dezeen
Talented designer Annebet Philips took the meaning of a love seat literally in the creation of their own Love Seats that feature two chairs paired on top of each other. The seats are blended into one with elements of each distinct chair still prominent. The furniture piece captures the essence of sharing a space with a loved one in the dual aesthetic of the design.

The Love Seat chairs capture two colored fabric chairs stacked over top of one another facing opposite ways. The chairs vary in hue shades so that the two chairs can distinctly be spotted separately from one another. However the legs of the seats become streamlined and the two backs offer space for two people to sit comfortably with each other.