It’s been compared to many a high-end sofa, but Owens—with its sleek, outline chrome legs, subtle slope arm, perfect proportions, seat of high-resilience foam wrapped in cotton fiber, and down-cotton blend back cushions—starts at just $1,300. And although Owens has been a member of the I/D collection since inception, we’ve recently debuted brand new configurations. The chair version is the ideal urban scale—and a pair placed across from an Owens sofa in a contrasting fabric will add additional seating while complementing it’s sofa counterpart. The loveseat works well in a second bedroom or office, perhaps with a matching custom ottoman as a foot rest. The sectional sofa’s modest depth does double duty as a place to entertain guests as well as lounge and enjoy a movie—and the chaise can even act as a bed for family members or friends that need a place to crash. The L-shaped sectional wraps around an entire room, and can be customized at almost any length. So hosting large groups (or extended family game nights) just got that much easier.
Owens is also considered to be quite the chameleon. In a dark leather or fabric color, it looks at home in minimal, contemporary settings. In a lighter linen blend, it sits pretty in warm, feminine environments. With tapered wood legs, it takes on an authentic midcentury identity. And in a velvet fabric with brass legs, Owens looks amazingly Art Deco. Whatever your personal style, Owens can adapt while remaining one of most comfortable designs with the biggest bang for the buck.
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