This Zebra pattern Fler chair is one of two that we upholstered in this Warwick fabric. Unfortunately Fler has designed the arms to be constructed from timber and hard foam which ended up being a huge problem and the fine furniture company ceased production.
Circa 1940′s This Australian Kangaroo arm chair is restored in a Warwick fabric and has springs in the back to enable it to bounce up and down which made them very popular back in the day.
Circa 1960′s English made Parker Knoll wing chair was produced for many years before and after the 60’s. Parker Knoll, not to be confused with the Australian Parker, grew their own hardwood forests for their own furniture. Again a great choice of a Warwick fabric really sets this Wing chair off.
These 2 Australian Ottomans are covered in a stylish Warwick fabric called Daybreak and will live for a long time due to the excellent fabric choice.
Circa 1950′s this Featherston looking Australian retro chair is very charming. You still see these chairs kicking around as they were made well.
Still a great looking chair is this example of an Aero chair. It is super comfortable and will look great for many years to come.
Hans Wegner is one of my favorite designers as he seems to have a way with proportions. This is a four seater lounge and is upholstered in a Warwick Keylago fabric.
Originally upholstered in black leather, this 1960′s chair has taken on a new lease on life. Covered in a Zepel fabric and upholstered in the same style really makes the chair look modern.
This three seater has new foam cushions and is upholstered in a Warwick fabric.
These two chairs are upholstered in a Warwick Cargo fabric and the timber arms and legs are Teak.