Updated: Oct 1
Every room needs a statement! CHAIRS are a great way to add one. Wood elements, angled or curvy lines, and intricate details allow for impact at all angles -- and contrast nicely with often boxy, massive sofas. Here are a few of our recent finds:
We love the diagonal lines of these arms! The Menlo is a nice combination of interest and comfort -- and perfect in a contemporary mountain or urban space.
These chairs offer such a soft touch! We love the wood base and graceful arms. Beautiful from every angle, these chairs would be lovely in a floating floor plan.
19TH CENTURY MING CHAIRS
Horseshoe Back - Pair
Antiques are not always comfortable, but they add unparalleled visual appeal to spaces with lower traffic. Think Entry, Hall or Dining extra.
Cained arm panels and a wood frame provide 360 degrees of appeal. The curves combine ease and formality for a soft sophistication.
Jaxon Leather Chair
Rarely do we find metal used in such a light and refined way. The distress is contained by clean lines, and the leather upholstery creates warmth. This is an architectural chair, perfect in a
mountain modern, or urban setting.
Emma Club Chair
A little funk, a little history, a lot of curve and a ton of interest, this modern combination of unique details is a perfect contrast next to a plain sofa. It is furniture art!
We love the welcoming reverse-curve on the front of this chair! The frame is structured and tailored, but the sweeping arms and loose front pillow offer inviting softness.
South Beach Armchair
Don't forget your Outdoor Spaces! The wicker shape combines curves and angles to create transitional interest - and would balance a blocky sofa. It reminds us of a show dog with perfect posture!