The Wulff lounge chair is &Tradition’s tribute to the elegant, architectural designs of the 1930s. Upholstered in genuine sheepskin, the lounge chair consists of a softly curved backrest and a luxuriously plush seat, both carried by a ‘30s-style wooden frame. The stylish seat makes a gorgeous addition to any space whether in a bedroom, a reading nook, or a living room sitting area.

The set also includes a matching ATD3 ottoman, which can also be used as a sympathetic extra seat.


Wulff ATD2 lounge chair and ATD3 pouf, Moonlight - walnut


In stock on 23 Sep, 2022Verified



Light beige, walnut
Lounge chair: 85 cm, pouf: 58 cm
Lounge chair: 84 cm, pouf: 53 cm
Lounge chair: 85 cm, pouf: 39 cm
Seat height
Lounge chair: 41 cm, pouf: 39 cm
Armrest height
59 cm
Frame material
Solid beech, walnut plywood
Seat cushion
HR foam, polyester wadding
Backrest cushion
HR foam, polyester wadding
Upholstery fabric
Scandilock Moonlight 17 mm: Australian sheepskin with curly character and high density. Highly suited to furniture upholstery and furnishings. The skin is naturally curly but the structure of the wool can vary both with regard to the curls and the colour tones.
Base material
Oiled walnut
Lounge chair: 15 kg, pouf: 6.7kg
Please note that sheepskin is a natural product. This means that the colour, texture and length of the wool fibres may vary from product to product.
Care instructions
Vacuum cleaning on a weekly basis. For cleaning, we recommend the use of a sponge, lukewarm water and mild wool detergent.

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