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Home Style: Take a Seat

Seating can be more than functional. Get the scoop on the latest trend in home design: beautiful sofas and chairs.



From the classic to the contemporary, seating is a staple of the living space, but it can also be a standout. These pieces from Weisshouse and Ethan Allen will sweep you off your feet — and have you sitting comfortably. 
 



photos courtesy of weisshouse

Utrecht chair from Weisshouse, $4,160
 

New York suit sofa from Weisshouse, price upon request
 

Edith sofa from Weisshouse, $6,196
 


photos courtesy ethan allen

Shelton sofa from Ethan Allen, $1,999
 


 

Malone leather chair from Ethan Allen, pricing starts at $2,499
 


 

Baldwin settee from Ethan Allen, pricing starts at $1,999

Weisshouse, 324 S. Highland Ave., Shadyside; 412/441-8888, weisshouse.com
Ethan Allen, several area locations, ethanallen.com
 

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