A dining chair inspired by the Queen Anne style
This walnut side chair has a mixture of Queen Anne and Chippendale features. The back splat is solid, in the Queen Anne style, but its stiles and seat are shaped, and the chair has cabriole front legs, following the Chippendale style. The carved top is a Venetian armchair inspiration (c. 1795).
With or without armrests this chair will enhance any classically-styled dining room. Here’s how it looks like in a virtual room. The chairs are given a darker stain and polished surface.
A virtual dining room
Details of the dining chair
This chair is approximately 118cm tall (including the carved top) and 55cm wide at the seat.
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on Mar 23rd, 2012 | 2 comments
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