upholstered sunray chair
This is an extremely comfortable arm chair for prolonged sitting. It is ideal for use in waiting areas or in places to relax, such as conservatories or librariarys.
The chair has a seat made from a single plank of Ash, carved into a comfortable bottom shape. Like the Sunray chair designed at the same time, the seat’s spindles all run into the lower rails of the chair, rather than the seat block, as they would in a traditional windsor chair. The back bow is formed by steaming long sections of green ash (not fully dried timber) before bending around a former.
The upholstery strips are jute webbing, which is a standard upholstery material, but normally hidden under springs, cushions and fabrics. In this chair the webbing is left exposed, woven in a three way pattern and joined to the lower rails and the upper bow.
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