Vintage 1950s Danish Style Lounge Chair

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This 1950s vintage mid-century armchair is all about the beautifully elegant and distinctive arms.

Although there are many Danish mid-century chairs that have the curved arms, there are very few with this particular design. The uniqueness comes from the continuous curve of the woodwork starting at the rear legs and following through to the front tapered arm rests. The effect of this design creates a highly chic and stylish piece.

The chair has been fully restored from the frame to the new cover fabric.

We have kept the upholstery detail simple to show off the arms and chosen a high quality wool in what designers would describe as ‘Chartreuse’ – a colour which is basically a mix between green and yellow – ‘Zesty Lime’.It’s a new favourite colour here at Maud Chairs.  

The woodwork has been sanded and oiled and looks amazing against the fabric. We’ve also added a decorative reversible throw cushion to go with the chair, no reason, just because …

Details/Materials:
– Original hardwood frame
– Chair seat: Pirelli webbing, foam, polyester wadding
– Chair back: Elastic webbing, foam, polyester wadding
– Top cover fabric: Wool Felt in Lime Green

Dimensions: details coming
Seat: details coming

– Upholstered in Sheffield, UK.

Interested in this chair? You are welcome to come and visit and try out the chair for comfort – no obligation – we want you to be happy with any purchase. We are also happy to post fabric samples if required.  All our chairs live in Sheffield.

To arrange a viewing or to have a chat about any of our chairs just email us at info@maudchairs.co.uk or use our contact form or telephone Laura on 07964894569, whatever’s easier with you.

There are no stamps or markings on this chair  to identify a designer/manufacturer however, from the design and era, we believe it to be Danish/Scandinavian origin.