Back in the day the lady of the Boudoir would have a chair like this in her bedroom. I chose this Warwick fabric to give a modern yet rich look back in 2008.
A comfortable Australian tub chair covered in a Warwick fabric and holds a classic look. This one belongs to a set of two and was properly sold in a set of three with a settee.
Constructed out of American timber and excellent carpentry methods which makes this chair extremely strong. Comfort is A1 due to the Zig Zag springs and the Warwick fabric completes the chair. You can always spot the American furniture due to the use of good tools and excellent skills.
Circa 1850′s: This Victorian beauty was born around the time of the gold rush and is constructed from Australian Cedar. Covered in a classic moss green NSW semi aniline leather stained and french polished, the Australian Victorian piece will live on.
The Zebra chair was originally done in a rattan. With a good age and rickety look, she was ready for a new lease. Covered in a Robert Allan fabric and finished with an ebony stain. This is the chair you will see in lots of American movies, I have seen this chair most out of […]
This antique style ottoman had a mock cushion on the top but we retro fitted the attached foam for a clean looking Ottoman. This is a early reproduction of a Victorian Ottoman that will live on.
From about 1950, the seat in this chair opens to pop your slippers into. Very innovative even back in the day.
Boudoir, Slipper and Ladies chair are some of the common terms for this piece. Originally fitted with a skirt, the chair looks much better now especially finished off with the legs and fabric supplied by Warwick.
This circa 1880′s Victorian settee is made from walnut timber and is diamond buttoned and covered in a local artists design for an exhibition in Melbourne.
This Circa 1930′s Australian Day Bed is covered in a Warwick silk blended fabric and finished with a walnut stain and pale boiled linseed oil. It has been restored to hold its many years of patina.