By Romaine Delage. Barrel Chair. Published at Friday, December 22nd, 2017 - 19:23:00 PM.
Barrel chairs are available in a lot of designs these days; from leather-covered to textured fabric and some only wooden. They can be custom-made too according to one's liking. They give a special old age appearance in a contemporarily accessorized room. Single seated barrel chairs are more common in this category but double or even couch sizes are also available. These chairs have a particular design, which enables the person to box into these chairs. It gives support to the thighs and back of the person making them suitable to use for long hours.
Barrel furniture adds a unique twist to the popular wine culture and can be appreciated by those that love sophisticated and elegant furniture. The furniture is created from recycled wine barrels that were previously used to ferment the wine. These accent pieces are inherently quality items that extend the uses of wine barrels. Furniture created out of the wine barrels are often considered high end pieces that are collected by those that enjoy fine furniture.
The upholstered barrel chair is a comparatively never concept. It has a roller fitted at the bottom which makes the chair easy to move. The more common checked design of the fabric covering the chair gives it an urban feel. Bianca chair by Sunpan, a special design of this chair can also be considered as a more fashionable designing of the contemporary piece of furniture. It is a broader version of the original barrel chair, which is cushioned with thick foam to make them comfortable. Designed mostly for a single person, they can be altered for two people sitting too.
The Caned Barrel Chair takes traditional McGuire materials and updates them with the contemporary lines of hand-bent rattan. While it was designed for comfort - the proportion coupled with the round curve of the back and arms provide a welcoming shape - the rattan and double caning are known for durability.
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