What is the meaning of the furniture term Loop-Back?

The term loop-back in the context of furniture refers to a specific design feature or construction technique typically found in chairs, sofas, or recliners. It refers to the way the fabric or upholstery is attached or looped back onto the frame of the furniture, creating a continuous loop from the seat or back cushion to the frame.Loop-back construction adds durability and stability to the furniture piece, as the fabric tightly encloses the frame and remains securely in place. This technique is often used in high-quality and well-crafted furniture to ensure longevity and prevent sagging or loosening of the upholstery over time. Oval chairback. Also Windsor bow back, without arms.
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