The understated elegance of Parisian decor, the informal ease of the South of France, and the rustic refinement of the French countryside inspired Jacques and Henessy Wayser to found French Heritage in Los Angeles in 1981. The company lavishes the same attention to detail on the construction of its furniture and accessories as it does on their design.
This heavily distressed oak country side chair boasts
a batoned back, shaped supports, and a curved plank seat with exposed butterfly joints. The legs have a tapering hexagonal cross section.
This unusually shaped, distressed oak side chair has
curved plank seat with exposed butterfly joints and swollen legs and stretchers. A removable brown leather cushion adds an extra layer of style and comfort.
With their curved seat backs, cabriole front legs,
and rustic burnt oak wood finish, these side chairs have a Provençal farmhouse feel. Sold as a pair.For its relaxed yet sophisticated furnishings, Orient Express matches fashion forward trends with historical and ...