By Ambra Gaudin. Chair. Published at Sunday, February 18th, 2018 - 18:56:49 PM.
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.
Lounge chairs: Lounge chairs are for the outdoors. They are a must buy if you have an outdoor space that begs to be enjoyed. They can help you relax on a hot summer day or just enjoy a cool drink at the side of the pool. Since they are available in all sorts of shapes and designs, these lounge chairs can even add a stunning visual element to the area that they grace.
The squat style chairs with heavy backs that were carved like a piece of paneling gave way to taller, more slender and elegant chairs. The framework of these chairs were less carved and new directions were taken as far as how these chairs were ornamented. Cabinet makers of the Restoration began to take advantage of the opportunities given to them to design these new chairs. Chairs began to take on an elaborate construction with graceful semicircular ornaments that connected all four legs by a vase shaped knob in the center. The arms and legs of the chairs of this period were scrolled with the splats of the back containing a rich arrangement of spirals and scrolls.
First of all, they do not have any arm support. Thus, you cannot rest your thighs against anything if you want to, nor you can rest your arms. Being light in weight is another issue. You cannot properly rest your back as it increases the chances of toppling. In addition to that, these chairs do not have any support for the lower back. There is an open space so the lower back is exposed to open space.
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