- Overall dimensions: Ø34” x 18”H
- Seat height: 18”
- Seat width: 34”
- Weight: 40 lbs
- Box dimensions: 36”W x 36”D x 20”H
Our furniture is hand-made and in many cases quite soft so keep in mind dimensions may vary by an inch or two. Prefer a custom size? Contact us.
For detailed instructions on spot cleaning, dry cleaning, and machine washing, check out our post, “Cleaning your slipcover.”
Spills & Stains
Tread carefully—spot cleaning isn’t always recommended, and treatment can vary by fabric, color, and stain type.
Dry Cleaning & Machine Washing
Natural fabrics: We strongly recommend dry cleaning for regular laundering and stain removal. Machine washing is possible with a bit of mindful care.
Recycled Faux Fur: Machine wash per the instructions in our detailed care post and air-dry. Do not dry-clean or tumble-dry.
Upkeep & Maintenance
Natural fabrics: Vacuum regularly (with an upholstery attachment if you have one).
Recycled Faux Fur: Gently brush the fabric fibers with a soft-bristle brush (or your hand) in the direction of the fur.
You can read more about day-to-day maintenance in our post, “Getting to know your Sixpenny.”
Please note that consistent exposure to direct sunlight can lead to fading or discoloration. You can read more about fabric colorfastness in our post, “Fabric fading 101.”
Kiln-dried hardwood & plywood
Webbing & sinuous spring
Loula’s cushionless seat consists of four layers. A layer of loose fill (Feather Down or Poly Fill) sits on top of three layers of high-density foam: a “support layer”, a cushy “comfort layer,” and a "firmness layer" for structure. The seat is fixed to the frame and is not removable.
Seat Cushions: 80% foam, 20% loose fill
Our lofty Feather Down is ethically sourced, and our vegan Poly Fill is designed to mimic the familiar fluff of feathers. We mix a small percentage of vegan poly fiber into the Feather Down cushions for a bit of spring.
As a rule, the fluffier the cushion, the more upkeep it will require. Our cushions are exceptionally soft, and much of the fill is loose, so periodic fluffing will go a long way.