Introducing the newly upholstered and restored bracket-back three seater sofa by Edward Wormley for Dunbar. This design features mahogany legs that run from the base and up the back of the sofa giving it the appearance of floating.
This sofa as been reupholstered in a stunning new sage green 100% cotton solid fabric by Pindler that contrast beautifully with the warm bracketed wood. Amazingly comfortable and the perfect addition to any space. Will look amazing floating in a room.
Condition: Structure has been restored to excellent condition. No signs of wear.
Dimensions: 28”H x 92”L x 30”D
Seat height: 18.5”
Seat depth: 19.5”
If you have any questions or would like to see it in person or on a video chat, text or call Nicole (619) 300-3551
About the Designer:
A leading American furniture designer for over four decades, Edward J. Wormley possessed a personal flair for embracing modern trends without a total departure from historical influences. His ability to combine the finest materials with outstanding craftsmanship became the cornerstone of his design statement. Wormley’s significant, personal contribution to modern design has earned him a position along side his noted contemporaries: Harry Bertoia, Charles Eames, George Nelson, Jens Risom, and Eero Sarrinen.
Edward J Wormley was born on December 31, 1907 in Oswego, IL, a small community west of Chicago. He attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago from 1926 to 1928 and took his first job in the interior design studio at Marshall Field & Company department store. In 1931, he was recruited by DUNBAR and quickly became their Director of Design. Wormley's tenure as Design Director spanned over thirty years and is considered one of the most historically meaningful between a designer and manufacturer. Rarely does a prominent designer collaborate with only one manufacturer. As such, Wormley’s primary body of work is related to and owned by DUNBAR.