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What’s love without a love seat?

There are many different types of furniture out there, but there’s only one that evokes images of intertwined hands, fluttering eyes, and swiftly beating hearts: the love seat. In honor of Valentine’s Day, let’s take a look at this romantically defined seating apparatus.

A love seat is a smaller sofa, usually only long enough to seat two people comfortably. Having a love seat in your home provides the opportunity to share a relaxing environment with the one you care about most.

Beginning in the 1800s, these chairs often seated two people and thus began to be called “love seats” or sometimes “courting chairs.” Due to the era’s strict standards of conduct for couples, antique love seats sometimes included a divider between the two sections in order to emphasize modesty. In modern times, love seats provide a cozy seating arrangement for any two people, not just those who are romantically attached.

Love seats can turn any room into a warm and inviting getaway for the entire family. For generations, love seats have been sought after to provide a get-close seating option in the home. Many people choose to have both a love seat and matching sofa in their living room furniture sets to complement the décor and provide more seating options.

World Rustic Imports’ selection of love seats has taken that wholesome tradition and transformed it into an experience in comfort and relaxation for two that can’t be surpassed. Some of our more popular love seat styles are leather, like the one shown here. This design features modern nailheads and rolled armrests. It would fit perfectly in any master bedroom or living room so you can snuggle up with the one you love.

Visit the World Rustic Imports showroom floor and find the perfect love seat for you. Let us help you find a great love seat at a price that fits your budget. We’re located at 3935 West Reno in Oklahoma City, and we’re open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 6pm and Sunday from 12pm to 6pm.

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