Tete-a-tete Seat by Laurie Beckerman

When visiting a friend in the countryside, I noticed all the little nooks and crannies on his property and thought how wonderful to suddenly stumble upon a beautiful object that invites two people to sit on it and enjoy each others company. The original tete-a-tete seat was created during the Victorian era for intimate conversation in the parlor.Because the two lounge chairs don’t face each other directly and are placed at a comfortable distance, two people are able to feel private yet can also enjoy each other’s company.

Designer: Laurie Beckerman