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French Line Modern Lounge Sofa Tete a Tete
Located in Sarasota, FL
This French Tete a Tete lounge is upholstered in fine cream leather, having large squares making up the seat area. There is an opening in the middle back and low arm area to both sid...
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Vintage 1970s North American American Classical Chaise Longues

Materials

Leather

  • French Line Modern Lounge Sofa Tete a Tete
  • French Line Modern Lounge Sofa Tete a Tete
  • French Line Modern Lounge Sofa Tete a Tete
  • French Line Modern Lounge Sofa Tete a Tete
H 30.25 in. W 89 in. D 34 in.
Achille Salvagni, "Tête à Tête" Chaise Lounge, 2018
By Achille Salvagni
Located in New York, NY
Tête à Tête is a beautiful new chaise lounge by the architect and designer Achille Salvagni. This extra long piece features the Roman's signature retinue of stunning attributes, ultr...
Category

2010s Italian Daybeds

Materials

Bronze

Lampert Tête-à-Tête
By Jonathan Adler
Located in New York, NY
Tailored luxury. Our signature sofa gets a conversation-making makeover. High tuxedo arms offer cocooning comfort while the tête-à-tête format makes it the perfect perch for parties ...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Chaise Longues

Materials

Fabric, Upholstery, Maple

  • Lampert Tête-à-Tête
  • Lampert Tête-à-Tête
  • Lampert Tête-à-Tête
  • Lampert Tête-à-Tête
H 32 in. W 85 in. L 34 in.
Chic Tete a Tete
Located in San Francisco, CA
Chic Tete a Tete newly upholstered in Maharam cotton velvet. Refinished walnut legs.
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Vintage 1960s American Chaise Longues

Materials

Velvet, Walnut, Cotton

  • Chic Tete a Tete
  • Chic Tete a Tete
  • Chic Tete a Tete
  • Chic Tete a Tete
H 28 in. W 81 in. D 29 in.
Edward Wormley Tete a Tete
By Edward Wormley
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A beautiful example of the smaller version of this form. the tete a tete retains both the original fabric and finish. Manufactured by Dunbar.
Category

Vintage 1950s American Chaise Longues

Materials

Brass

  • Edward Wormley Tete a Tete
  • Edward Wormley Tete a Tete
  • Edward Wormley Tete a Tete
  • Edward Wormley Tete a Tete
H 27.5 in. W 66 in. D 27.5 in.
Charter Brown Jordan Tête-à-tête / Pair of Chaise Longues in Mohair Upholstery
By Brown Jordan
Located in Hudson, NY
Pair of identical Charter/ Brown Jordan chaise longues in a deep brown velour upholstery. The base/ legs are a light brushed aluminium. The pair can be configured to create a lovely...
Category

Late 20th Century American Chaise Longues

Materials

Aluminum

Tete-a-tete by Edward Wormley for Dunbar
By Edward Wormley
Located in Dallas, TX
Tete a tete with mahogany base and brass feet. Designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar.
Category

Vintage 1950s American Chaise Longues

  • Tete-a-tete by Edward Wormley for Dunbar
  • Tete-a-tete by Edward Wormley for Dunbar
  • Tete-a-tete by Edward Wormley for Dunbar
  • Tete-a-tete by Edward Wormley for Dunbar
H 27.5 in. W 81 in. D 28 in.
Edward Wormley for Dunbar Tete a Tete Sofa
Located in East Hampton, NY
Fabulous Edward Wormley designed for Dunbar tete a tete style sofa....a very unusual statement piece....completely refurbished from the frame up, finished in muslin and ready for you...
Category

Vintage 1950s American Chaise Longues

Materials

Wood, Muslin

  • Edward Wormley for Dunbar Tete a Tete Sofa
  • Edward Wormley for Dunbar Tete a Tete Sofa
  • Edward Wormley for Dunbar Tete a Tete Sofa
  • Edward Wormley for Dunbar Tete a Tete Sofa
H 28.5 in. W 66.5 in. D 28 in.
Roche-Bobois Leather Tete-e-Tete
By Roche Bobois
Located in Stamford, CT
A fine Roche Bobois signed leather Tete-e-Tete. From a manison in Greenwich CT. Fine condition. This piece comes with a matching sofa loveseat that is sold separately.
Category

Late 20th Century Art Deco Chaise Longues

  • Roche-Bobois Leather Tete-e-Tete
  • Roche-Bobois Leather Tete-e-Tete
  • Roche-Bobois Leather Tete-e-Tete
  • Roche-Bobois Leather Tete-e-Tete
H 29 in. W 72 in. D 36 in.
Pair of Mohair Chaise Lonuges or Tête-à-Tête by Charter/ Brown Jordan
By Brown Jordan
Located in Hudson, NY
Pair of identical Charter/ Brown Jordan chaise longues in a deep brown velour upholstery. The base/ legs are a brushed aluminum. The pair can be configured to create a lovely tête-à-...
Category

Late 20th Century American Modern Chaise Longues

Materials

Aluminum

Achille Salvagni, "Tête à Tête" Chaise Lounge, 2018
By Achille Salvagni
Located in New York, NY
Tête à Tête is a beautiful new chaise lounge by the architect and designer Achille Salvagni. This extra long piece features the Roman's signature retinue of stunning attributes - ult...
Category

2010s Italian Daybeds

Materials

Bronze

Tete A Tete Chaise For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal tete a tete chaise for your home. Each tete a tete chaise for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using fabric, upholstery and metal. Find 8 options for an antique or vintage tete a tete chaise now, or shop our selection of 3 modern versions for a more contemporary example of this long-cherished piece. Whether you’re looking for an older or newer tete a tete chaise, there are earlier versions available from the 20th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 21st Century. A tete a tete chaise made by Art Deco designers — as well as those associated with Modern — is very popular. Achille Salvagni, Edward Wormley and Brown Jordan each produced at least one beautiful tete a tete chaise that is worth considering.

How Much is a Tete A Tete Chaise?

Prices for a tete a tete chaise can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $2,400 and can go as high as $89,500, while the average can fetch as much as $6,372.

Finding the Right Chaise Longues for You

Sit back, relax and get all of the ergonomic support you could ever need by introducing an alluring antique or vintage chaise longue in your living room or by your outdoor fire pit.

The chaise longue is an upholstered piece of furniture that was made popular in France in the early 16th century. This low reclining seat — a “long chair” in English — boasts an elongated form and low back that extends about half the length of the furnishing, affording the welcome opportunity for a sitter to put their feet up and relax. A comfortable common ground between sofas and daybeds, early iterations of chaise longues were discovered in Ancient Egypt and were later frequently used in both Greece and Rome.

In the late 1700s, the first chaise longues were imported to America, and English speakers have struggled with the name ever since. (In the United States, the term is frequently spelled “chaise lounge.”) So, how do you pronounce chaise longue? It sounds like “shayz lawng,” but limiting it to shayz is perfectly acceptable in the States.

Antique Victorian chaise longues and 19th-century chaise longues bring luxury and perhaps extravagance to your living space while mid-century modern chaise longues, designed by the likes of Adrian Pearsall, Vladimir Kagan or Milo Baughman, can alter an interior with dazzling geometric contours and richly varied textures.

On 1stDibs, find many kinds of chaise longues for your home — from sculptural works by Charlotte Perriand to plush and velvety Louis XVI pieces to minimalist contemporary versions to suit your understated decor.