In addition to working on commissions, I also collect one off chairs to create bespoke pieces to sell locally. Please note that these chairs are at least 60 years old and so are in vintage condition with minor marks consistent with their seniority in years!
Try before you buy
Buying a chair is a very personal thing and its important to find something that is comfortable for you and works for your needs. If you are interested in one of the chairs below, please contact me and arrange a time to come and see the chair and try it for size!
1960’s Parker Knoll 757 armchair
This fabulously stylish 1960’s Parker Knoll ‘papa bear’ wing chair is generously proportioned and very comfortable. This model was built in the 1960’s and has a distinctive wide sloped back and wooden arm ends. It has been stripped back to the frame and reupholstered in sustainable materials, plus foam cushion. It has been covered in a hard wearing grey wool felt with St Jude’s ‘colourdrome’ linen union on the cushion and piping. The wood has been stripped and restored to a pale blonde colour using traditional finishing techniques.
Dimensions Width:73 cm, Back height:100 cm, Depth:78cm, Seat height:47 cm
1940’s bentwood easy chair
This early Parker Knoll easy chair is a simple British design with lovely bentwood arms. Stripped back to the frame and reupholstered in ‘Branching Out’ linen union designed by Vanessa Arbuthnott. The wood has been stripped and restored to a warm honey colour using traditional finishing techniques.
Interested? Get in touch with Nicki via email: firstname.lastname@example.org