Lars Bolander is one of Sweden’s foremost interior designers and a pioneer of Swedish design, though his diverse experience and education make pinpointing his exact style a challenge. He has been featured in House Beautiful, Vogue, World of Interiors and international editions of House & Garden, among others, and The Wall Street Journal showcased his Palm Beach home.
19th-century English oak bench with hand-turned legs, joined
by simple stretchers and cross stretcher, and raised on turned feet. The seat has been newly upholstered in linen and finished with single welt decoration. Age wear.
19th-century English walnut bench with newly upholstered top
in linen. The legs are fantastically turned in an unusual variation of a bob and stop pattern, and are connected by matching stretchers. Raised on turned feet. Age wear.
Antique bronze upholstered bench with scrolled legs and
detail on the apron. Tie rod bottom support with scroll detail. Bird, floral, and bridge design toile upholstery. No maker's mark. Some patina and rust on frame.