Pair of Baker Breton armchairs upholstered in orange and cream linen.
Barclay Butera has been creating luxurious, quintessentially American interiors for decades. The success of his Newport Beach, CA, design firm led to additional showrooms on Hollywood's La Cienega Boulevard and in Park City, UT, where his aesthetic made an instant impact. Though his projects encompass a range of styles, his signature imprimatur of comfortable elegance is a common denominator of his livable, fashionable interiors, in which heritage pieces mingle flawlessly with classic furniture, pattern-on-pattern fabrics, and bold textures.
Pair of newly reupholstered 1930s armchairs with down-cushioned
seats. The teal colored fabric is a sturdy cotton/linen blend accented with a terracotta linen piping. The sides and back are covered in a contrasting herringbone tweed. Seat, 17"H. Arm, 24"H.
Pair of distressed wooden frame armchairs with painted
French linen back and upholstered seat. Showrom sample. Made of: mahogany/cotton/linen Condition: upholstery needs light spot cleaning Dimensions: 23"W x 22"D x 46"H; seat, 18.5"H; arm, 27"H Color: off-white/red Care: Wipe with ...
Pair of American fully upholstered armchairs with tight
square back and loose seat cushion with button tufting supported by four square walnut legs bearing maker’s label, John Stuart. Circa 1958 Sold as a set of two Condition: some marks and ...