SOLD - A pair of Swedish Gustavian period painted wood tub chairs circa 1800 with horseshoe backs, saber legs and linen grey/brown upholstery. Experience the understated elegance of this pair of Swedish Gustavian period painted wood tub chairs, dating back to circa 1800. Featuring a pleasing horseshoe-shaped back, these chairs gracefully capture the simplicity and sophistication characteristic of Gustavian design. Distinct saber legs add a touch of visual interest, while also demonstrating the craftsmanship typical of this period.
The chairs are painted in a muted hue, revealing signs of slight distressing that attest to their rich history and lend an air of antique charm. The color scheme exudes an aura of tranquility, adhering to the softer tones favored in Scandinavian decor, and allowing these pieces to effortlessly blend with various interior styles.
Generously proportioned and tastefully upholstered in grey-brown linen, these chairs promise comfortable seating. The upholstery is in a good condition.
The unpretentious shape and elegant design of these Gustavian tub chairs makes them a timeless addition to any living room, study, or boudoir. Offering a blend of style, comfort, and history, they are a testament to the enduring appeal of Swedish design. Whether used as a cozy reading nook or a statement piece, these chairs are sure to enhance your interior with their antique charm and historical significance.
Place of Origin: Sweden
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 23" W x 24" D x 35.25" H x 19.5" SH
Inventory Number: XX451