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Armless Chair

Thayer Coggin
Sit Tight Sectional Collection

Quick Specs

  • Type: Sectionals
  • Width: 40"
  • Height: 32"
  • Depth: 33"
 

by Thayer Coggin

Designed by Milo Baughman in 1982, the Sit Tight sectional sofa is a curvilinear contemporary classic. Sit Tight's soft, round curved forms provide both stylish elegance and subtle comfort. Featuring a seven and one-half inch recessed base available in several metal finishes or fully upholstered with tights seats and backs constructed with density foam and fiber wrap, Sit Tight creates a stiking artistic form in any interior. Available only in these select fabrics.

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W 40 D 33 H 32 in.
Seat depth 22 in.
Seat height 17 in.

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