The traditional Irving chair

Irving is a cozy but not very practical piece of furniture that features a traditional Scandinavian design. Some of us still have those old armchairs that resemble this one. Well, in case you were missing this design, it’s back and it’s ready to be taken home.

The Irving armchair is actually an upholstered lounge chair with an exposed wood frame, a detail not that common a few years ago. It has clean and simple lines but also a massive look that makes it suitable for large spaces. The hand contoured wood base is an interesting detail that gives the chair a floating effect. The Irving chair is crafted using European beech and responsibly grown and harvested engineered hardwood, certified by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative.

The frame and the wooden base of the chair are secured with water-based, formaldehyde-free glues that meet CARB requirements. The Irving chair is manufactured in the USA and its overall dimensions are 27.5″ W x 32″ D x 31.5″ H. As for the fabric and color, the Irving chair can be customized with your own choice. You can choose from a variety of different fabric with different textures and colors, some of them simple and some with geometrical patterns. The custom-made chair will then be delivered in 6-8 weeks. Since it’s made on order, the chair is non-canceallable, non-returnable and non-refundable.Available for 1296 euros.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on January 18th, 2012


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