Chairs

Antique pine chair with beautifully weathered black paint that has been treated with a coat of Polyurethane to preserve the distressing. Strong enough to use as a desk chair but just as awesome as an accent to hold books, a plant, or a piece of art. Measures 36 inches tall by 15.5 inches wide. $70.00

1421292_10151696596321980_427167781_oPetite pine desk chair painted a dusty French Blue. Beautifully distressed. Chair spins on a steel base for adjustable height much like a piano chair. Perfect for a small desk or a child’s room. Usable seat depth is 10.5 inches. Measures 12″ L x 12.5″ W x 17.5″ H. $80.00

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(The leg on the right chair isn’t missing, I’m just bad at Photoshop!) Pair of vintage, distressed black children’s chairs from a Napa, California estate. They look romantic when placed in a garden setting. Sturdy and strong for every day use. Polyurethane-coated to prevent further chipping. Great as desk chairs for children, use around the art table or used as unexpected side tables to stack books. Measures 1′ 1.5″ L x 1′ 1″ W x 2′ 6″ H. $135.00

Vintage hand carved, fire-engine red, Thai bench. Turned finials, as well as floral and leaf details give it a lot of soul. Ample storage under the bench seat make this a great piece for a family or a home in need of multi-purpose furniture. With luxe pillows this makes a fantastic window seat. $325.00

vmf_vendor_CHV_1605536_1376082461414_949361Mid-Century Modern vanity/desk chair painted a steel gray and upholstered in French blue diamond-patterned velvet. Brass end caps on the chair legs and curved wire back make this a unique addition to any space. Seat, 16 “D. Measures 21″ L x 31.5″ H. $85.00

1960’s slipper chair done in a modern floral fabric. The back of the chair is quilted muslin which won’t fade if you have the chair near a window. Would be so cute in a master bedroom with a small drink table or in a feminine office. Works perfectly in space-constrained homes. $225.00


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