By Evelyne Hemery. chair. Published at Saturday, April 07th, 2018 - 05:18:00 AM.
These are not cheap investments - you can expect to pay four to five digit figures - but definitely fulfilling, especially for those who love to collect antiques. One of the rules with antique chairs is that, the older and more worn out the condition, the greater the value. The quality of the workmanship and the amount of imperfections (remember this is a good thing) would also influence its pricing. If there are any replaced parts in it, the cost would - and it should - most likely go down.
Sometimes, having too many options can, however, cause confusion. It can sometimes be difficult to figure out exactly what you want when there are so many different options from which to choose. Let's take a look at some of the more popular options and where they are best suited.
Historic Corner Chair: These are the most precisely designed corner chairs that can be an absolute space saver if you nestle it towards any corner of your house. The armchair has diagonally attached, square seats that have leg supporting the seat at all the four corners. The special feature about this is that the backrest is at a right angle, and its legs can be straight or cabriole.
Upholstered Chairs: These chairs tend to give a very supportive and comfortable seating. The upholstery in the chairs tends to capture the dirt and stains, thereby making it a little difficult to clean and maintain them. Otherwise, the comfort and the elegance that upholstered chair renders remains unmatched. You can also not pair them with a simple small dining table. Instead, a heavy traditional looking table with the cabriolet feet can look great!
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