Vintage Aluminum Swivel Chair

New furniture is always nice and good-looking, modern and bringing new design, but old furniture is also very nice, especially if you like that particular kind of furniture and if it was designed by famous and creative designers. Any way, if you like old models of furniture you can have them now in your house because there are many companies that are specialized in reconditioning vintage furniture and then offering it for sale for the ones interested. For example you can find this interesting Vintage Aluminum Swivel Chair on Jayson Home in perfect condition and looking great, just like it did the first time it appeared on the market.

The chair is reupholstered with vintage pieces of blanket that are made of Indian fabric, with an interesting design with palm tree leaves. The chair belongs to the middle of the 20th century, so you can purchase it if you intend to arrange your living room in this style. The entire frame of the chair is made of aluminum, which makes it pretty lightweight. Both the armrests and the support are made of the same metal and this provides and increased resistance. The support has four dividing legs and the chair can rotate easily thanks to the swivel system under the seat. The price for this item is $1,299.



Published by in Sofa and Chair, on January 6th, 2012

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