By Dorothee Fournier. chair. Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 22:22:01 PM.
If you have the sitting room as part of the foyer of your home, and are looking for chairs to adorn it, a tub chair would fit the bill perfectly. Leather tub chairs are small and light, yet elegant. They are a superb way to add a bit of retro sophistication to your sitting room or foyer.
One of the hottest wedding trends nowadays is the ruffled chair covers combined with either organza sashes or satin chair sashes and flowers. You can dress up a simple chair with an unfussy sleeve and a modest amount of ruffles or go all the way with a heavy dose of ruffles!
Gondola Chair: Similar to the prow of the gondola Boat, this chair has sloppy armrests. There is, in addition to its beauty, a C-shaped back continuing towards the end of the seat. Initially, this term was used to name the side chairs with open backs, but now any seat that is dramatically curved at its back is called to be a gondola chair. This chair was first invented in the mid 17th Century in France and got very prominent till the end of that century. The varied versions of this is called as barrel or tub, but they are not as heavily designed as the original gondola chair.
Some people tend to think that this piece of furniture are just going to add to the decor and so they do not prefer to buy it. But the health benefits one can procure from this piece of furniture are too many. Regular rocking can reap benefits like low anxiety, increased blood flow and maintaining the balancing capabilities of our mind. Also, there is no problem in fitting it into your decor, because it can easily blend well with the interiors of your home without looking muddled.
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