By Bettine Regnier. Chair. Published at Wednesday, November 15th, 2017 - 04:06:41 AM.
Bar stools are a must-have if you have a breakfast nook or bar space in your home. These chairs are much taller than regular chairs, although they are adjustable depending on the height of the counter they will be seated at. Available in stainless steel and leather and even wood, bar stools offer a relaxed seating environment for quick meals and social gatherings.
Lounge chairs may be simple or sophisticated. Some designs are works of art in themselves and can instantly catch the eye. A fitting example is the Luxury 'Felda' Wicker Chaise Lounge. The geometrical shape makes a style statement that can steal your breath away. The 'Resort' Outdoor Wicker Chaise Lounge is another example.
Although much English furniture comes from French and Italian influence, the early forms of English chairs owe very little to influences outside of England itself. This is especially true towards the end of the Tudor period. It was during this time that the French began to take their chair designs from the English.
Another man who attempted to make major changes to the Chippendale design was Robert Adam. Adam lived from 1728 to 1792. He was a Scottish architect who lived in Kirkcaldy. He set up his business in 1758 in England after returning from a grand tour of France and Italy. It was then that he started work on his variations of the Chippendale design which can still be seen throughout the world today. Historians say his success is attributed to the fact that everything he designed he did so down the smallest detail.
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