By Romaine Delage. Wingback Chair. Published at Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 - 01:07:19 AM.
This is a great choice for homes with pets and little kids. The durable material can withstand the licking or the extreme movements of children. For $89, this is already a great deal rather than purchasing a new wingback chair. Check it out today before it gets out of stock.
If you like to splurge on this luxurious item, go for leather wingback chairs with hard wood frames and matching ottoman for supreme feeling. Perfect in pristine white or star black, these chairs will take you to the next level of lavish opulence. High end and deluxe, these chairs will truly make you feel like a cut above the rest. They can cost you upwards of $ 2000 but you can be sure leather wingback chairs are worth the bucks.
The wing back chair style has been in vogue for centuries. Typically favored by royal courts and the royal personages, these chairs are designed for complete relaxation and rest. The Queen Anne wing back chairs are some of the most well known chairs which are fully upholstered with exposed wooden legs. It has 4 cabriole legs which rest on padded feet and the shoulders of the chair are slightly drooping and curved. This is to emphasize the feminine form of the chair, rather than the King George wing back chairs which have squared shoulders! These chairs also typically have carved scroll motifs on the knees and the crest. Some of the chairs kept in museums which have been preserved since the royal days are actually gilded!
If you want an authentic antique chair, go to an auction house where you're sure to find one. But be careful because sometimes the coil spring may have to be replaced or the upholstery may be faded or worn. In that case, it's better to go for a new chair that is designed in keeping with the fashion of the olden days but definitely costs much less. New leather wingback chairs designed in the classic pattern with button tufting and brass nails can cost anything between $ 200 to more than $ 500, depending on the type of wood and the quality of leather being used.
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