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Nine Years of Textiles, Art History, Gardens, and a Little Mental Traveling with Courtney Barnes


Dining Chairs Then and Now

Granted, dining chairs with open work backs are usually far less comfortable than chairs with upholstered backs, but for graphic interest and a sense of rhythm in a room, the open chairs win no question. The black lacquer chairs above are Chippendale style antiques available through Mecox Gardens. Below those is a reproduction of Frances Elkins' iconic loop chair from the 1930s, now available in a white or black lacquer finish through Downtown. The newest chair, below, is a Woods & Fields interpretation of Hollywood Regency, also in a white lacquer finish. The upholstered seat can be ordered in pearlized gold or your own material. And BTW, Woods & Fields is the furniture line designed by Woodson and Rummerfield.

1 comment:

jen said...

the loop chair is beyond fabulous!