Long Wool Sofa
The SENTIENT Furniture Long Wool sofa is so much more than a sofa its a superb 360° design. An original design using long wool Icelandic sheepskin together with reclaimed American oak boards. If they could speak what stories would these boards tell? The icelandic sheepskin wool is chaotic, wild, soft and long measuring 6” - 8”. The hair falls all directions resulting in a array of warm beige, brown and golden colors.
- Designer: Nersi Nasseri
- Material: Reclaimed Oak, Icelandic Lamb Wool, pocket springs, two layers of foam and one layer of Dacron
- Dimensions: 96” x 42” x 40”
- One-of-a-kind Design considering the unique characteristics of reclaimed Oak and Icelandic lamb wool
- Ships Internationally
Antique Reclaimed Oak
Reclaimed Oak, also known as Antique Oak, is prized for its strong, prominent grain and rich array of colors ranging from blonde to nutty brown tones. It has also has a unique variety of character including worm holes, checks, cracks, knots and nail holes created in its previous life. This combination creates a stunning and distinguished Old World look.
100% of our Antique Oak lumber is sawn from salvaged timbers or directly reclaimed from 150-200 years old lumber and planks.
Antique Oak lumber salvaged directly from barns makes up our "Barn-board" grade. This lumber will generally have greater color variations, more frequent nail holes and will make furniture or cabinetry with a more distinctive rustic character. This ships as a mixture of both Red and White Oak.
Icelandic Lamb Wool
The Icelandic sheep (Icelandic: íslenska sauðkindin) is a breed of domestic sheep. The Icelandic breed is one of the Northern European short-tailed sheep, which exhibit a fluke-shaped, naturally short tail. The Icelandic is a mid-sized breed, generally short legged and stocky, with face and legs free of wool. The fleece of the Icelandic sheep is dual-coated and comes in white as well as a variety of other colors, including a range of browns, grays, and blacks.
Icelandic sheepskins come in many colors and are generally not dyed. The hide is quite soft and is generally 6 square feet (0.56 m2) to 8 square feet (0.74 m2) in size. Depending on whether the wool has been shorn, the wool can be up to 8 inches (200 mm) in length. The variety of colors inherent within the sheep often makes articles made from Icelandic sheepskin quite striking.
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