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Antique Deconstructed French Fireside Tub Chair Hessian

A beautiful deconstructed French Antique chair from the early 1900’s.  The outer upholstery has been removed to reveal the fabulously chic hessian and cotton linings.  These occasional chairs have the modern rustic look in spades.  These stripped back country house chairs look beautiful in bedrooms, bathrooms, living rooms and study.

Hand stitched and traditionally upholstered with upholstery pins on show these are the ultimate decorative antique.  Elegant turned timber legs to the front and simple legs to the rear.  The construction of the chair is revealed at the back.

Fabulous as a bedroom or fireside chair.  Add a sheepskin throw for an extra layer of luxury.

Dimensions of Antique Deconstructed French Fireside Tub Chair Hessian

Height 82 Centimetres

Width 72 Centimetres

Depth 70 Centimetres

Seat Depth 46 cm and seat height 34 cm

 

Welcome to Home Barn Vintage

Vintage furniture and interiors shop selling reclaimed dining tables,  we also sell vintage industrial furniture, home accessories and antique furniture.

Home Barn Antiques is a destination shop in Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire . Our 17th Century Tithe barn is home to a huge and inspiring collection of unique items from vintage to antique and industrial to retro.  Our full range of furniture and other homeware products can also be found on our online store.

Homebarn has been described as ‘The New Curiosity Shop’ and houses a vast collection of furniture and home accessories including locally built reclaimed dining tables, antique cabinets, vintage coffee tables, mirrors, vintage drawers, quirky office pieces and lighting.

We specialise in bespoke reclaimed and salvaged timber dining tables & reclaimed wooden cabinets.  Our team regularly source unique, one of a kind vintage furniture such as haberdashery cabinets and apothecary drawers for both trade and domestic markets.

Homebarn is situated just 25 Miles west of London in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Chiltern Hills . The River Thames runs through the historic market town of Marlow just a mile along the road. Marlow and nearby Henley on Thames are worth a visit for their lovely shops café’s and notable Michelin starred restaurants

 

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