Traditional Benson Chair

Traditional armchairs have slowly become out of fashion and now all we can find on the market are modern pieces of furniture, featuring the usual simple designs and neutral colors that define this particular style. However, some of us still enjoy a traditional interior design and for them it gets harder and harder to find the perfect furniture.

In an effort to ease your work, we are now presenting you the Benson armchair. Featuring a traditional design, with low legs and a compact look, the Benson chair is the type of furniture you usually see in old houses, usually in the living room, near the coffee table or near the fireplace. The key element to this design is probably the upholstery that in this case features a floral pattern on a dark background. This combination is usually associated with traditional or vintage pieces.

The overall dimensions of the Benson chair are 32.5″W 34.5″H 39″D. This model comes standard with blendown seat cushion, welt and -7B nailhead trim. Of course, if you prefer something else, you can opt for the leather version which features the same design and the same dimensions but with leather upholstery. Make sure you have plenty of space for it in your home and also if the pattern, texture and the design matches with the rest of your décor.Available here.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on October 15th, 2011


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