By Bettine Regnier. Chair. Published at Monday, August 14th, 2017 - 23:19:34 PM.
If you are looking for chairs with slightly more modern finesse, why not delve into the luxurious Italian realm. The price bracket in this category is considerably higher, but what you pay for is certainly reflected in the amazing quality and gorgeous designs. Chairs in this division commonly feature sumptuous leather upholstery and deep button detailing. Exquisite woods such as cherry and beech are often hand crafted to build pieces of furniture that are truly stunning. These are best situated as a centre piece in the lounge and will be greatly appreciated by all your guests!
No longer are chair manufacturers making dining chairs that are straight backed with slats that were so common decades ago. Some of these modern dining chairs are actually lovely enough to be pieces of art. Why would someone hide a piece of art such as modern dining chairs under a table where they cannot be seen?
The most common type of chairs are sofas. Almost every home has at least a set, and they are mainly found in the living room in front of a television set. There are also smaller version that can be found in bedrooms. Some variants of these are loveseats, sectionals, recliner sofas or lounge sofas, but they all look pretty similar.
The most popular of these chairs were the ones made so by the cavaliers who had been exiled by Charles II. During the reign of William and Mary these chairs degenerated into chairs that were more stiff and rectangular with a solid fiddle shaped splat and a cabriole leg with pad feet. Chairs that were a bit more ornamental had cane seats and caned backs. It is from these forms that the Chippendale chair was developed. This chair had an elaborately interlaced back, graceful arms and square legs. The Chippendale chair to this day is one of the most popular designs in history. It was created by Thomas Chippendale who lived from 1718 to 1779. He was one of the big three furniture makers of the 18th century along with Thomas Sheraton and George Hepplewhite. In 1754 he published a book of his designs which included the Chippendale chair design.
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