This armchair design was inspired by the Neoclassical style and features elements characteristic of Louis XVI period as well as the contemporary clean lines of the present. It has a rectangular silhouette enriched with vertical and horizontal flutings. The legs are topped by square blocks which feature hand carved small rosettes with light and delicate proportions the same way that the chairs in the Dining set in Neoclassical style do. The chair back in this furniture piece is rectangular but there are also other variations in the Neoclassical style that we’ll post in the future such as the oval back and the spiral flutings among others.
This is a set of ten chairs we custom made for a client. These chairs combine the Renaissance furniture style and a clean more contemporary look. The linear symmetrical design and strong sculptural forms contrast with the white linen fabric. It makes them perfect for a more casual/rustic dining area. There are many variations of dining chairs in the Renaissance style and this one in particular features two block and spindle legs in the front which are connected by the classic H-shaped stretcher.