Pair of Curvy Skirted Armchairs
Pair of Curvy Skirted Armchairs
Pair of Curvy Skirted Armchairs
Pair of Curvy Skirted Armchairs
Pair of Curvy Skirted Armchairs
Pair of Curvy Skirted Armchairs
Pair of Curvy Skirted Armchairs
Pair of Curvy Skirted Armchairs
Pair of Curvy Skirted Armchairs
Pair of Curvy Skirted Armchairs
Pair of Curvy Skirted Armchairs
Pair of Curvy Skirted Armchairs
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Pair of Curvy Skirted Armchairs

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USA, 1960s

Pair of curvy skirted armchairs. This pair has a wonderful curve to the front of the frame, mirrored by the curve of the seat cushion and then the backs. These appear to have been reupholstered at some point- no labels or markings remain. 

They are well made and very comfortable- they have a very nice feel when sitting in them. A great size. 

DIMENSIONS: 30" W x 33.5" D x 33" H; Seat Height, 17.5"; Seat Width, 22"; Seat Depth, 22"

CONDITION NOTES: Current upholstery is neutral, textured, and in good condition. Foam is soft and comfortable. If reupholstering to change the look, these could be done without the skirt, exposing the legs; you could add a bullion fringe; or do a a ruffled, pleated, or scalloped skirt. I think they would look great in anything from a leopard print to a natural linen to a buffalo check, or even a solid, jewel toned velvet. Lots of options would work well on this frame! 

The hardwood legs appear to be a lighter wood (maple, birch) and are currently in a reddish finish, so depending on your choice of fabric and if legs are exposed, you may want to finish the legs differently.