This has been a fun chair to re-do. Made in the USA in the seventies, it is remeniscent of 50’s Danish or mid-century modern style. This type of chair never really
goes out of style, but the upholstery was a mustard yellow, very scratchy fabric, typical for that era. I have recovered her in a beautiful Brunschwig & Fils Inc. upholstery fabric named Nymphaea.
I will admit I had to look that word up(pronounced Nymph with a long a on the end). It is the name of a genus of lily pad.
The chair was stripped and sanded. Then I painted it in my own blend of 4 colors and glazes to produce a weathered appearance. Several coats
of protective clear satin poly were then applied. Dimensions on this chair are: seat approx 16-17 in high, 22 in across the front, 20-21 in from front to back.
This would be nice on a protected porch, sunroom, or entry way. I can also see it being used as a desk chair or bedroom chair. A chair to sit in and dream of summer!
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