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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Tufted goodness for your tuches

 Jayson Home Juliet chair, $2495.


JED on 1st Dibs Carved rope and tassel chair, $3600.

Bunny Williams Home T42 chair, $3200.


Serena & Lily Bruno chair in Cloud leather, $2550.


France and Son Gorbach chair, $487.50.
Pottery Barn Salinger chair in Bright Pink linen, $949.


Anthropologie Orianna chair in Daffodil linen, $898.

6 comments:

Kerry Steele- Design du Monde said...

I have a chair addiction and this is like taking an alcoholic to a bar. I really want that pink one.

eddielicious said...

I vote for the leather version. Easier to clean. if you've ever owned anything tufted you know its like having 500 belly buttons.

Marcheline said...

Okay, I'm just going to not mention (almost) the ridiculous price tags. What gets me is the damn WHEELS on the bottom of the legs! If you have a lovely wood floor, there goes that. If you have carpeting, welcome to nice deep holes in your pile. Do you really need to move your chair around so much that you need wheels? Unless it comes with an engine and a steering wheel... just say NO.

Raina Cox said...

Marcheline - I did include 3 options under $1000 with one under $500. And the casters can often be locked or removed entirely.

A brief history of casters: "In the 18th century, carpet and other floor coverings were in much less general use than in the 20th century and as such, floor care did not consist of carpet sweeping so much as the mopping of wooden or stone floors. Brass casters and forks or porcelain wheels served as lifts to keep the furniture off the floors during mopping so if the piece did get wet, it was the brass wheels and not the wood that had to deal with the moisture. The small wheels also were useful in moving heavier pieces small distances around the floor for cleaning purposes."

See more at: http://www.antiquetrader.com/antiques/furniture_detective_antique_castors#sthash.QDZzawk8.dpuf

HeatherI said...

These are all gorgeous. I particularly like the Jayson one on the top!

Raina Cox said...

Heatherl - I do, too. Something about that color, somewhere between coral, peach and Pantone's Color of the Year.