A pair of French Louis XVI style painted armchairs from the 20th century, with white leather upholstery, carved motifs and fluted legs. Emanating elegance and timeless design, this pair of French Louis XVI style painted armchairs from the 20th century effortlessly marry classical motifs with contemporary flair. Drenched in a chic grey-blue paint, these chairs captivate with their beautifully carved detailing and elegant white leather upholstery.
The chairs feature rectangular curving backs, lending them a regal, yet inviting silhouette. The open arms are an ode to sophistication, with partial leather upholstery on top, effortlessly blending comfort with style. The eye is drawn to the meticulously carved acanthus leaves on the knuckles, with scrolling extremities seamlessly extending from the arms, adding an air of finesse to the ensemble.
One cannot overlook the expertly carved rosettes, a subtle but poignant nod to the Louis XVI style, imbuing the chairs with a sense of opulence. The fluted legs further accentuate the antiquated charm, with the rear legs splaying gently outward, grounding the design in both form and function.
Wrapped in white leather, the upholstery contrasts impeccably with the grey-blue paint, making for an invigorating palette that can effortlessly integrate into a plethora of interior décors.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 20th Century
Dimensions: 23.2"W x 19.5"D x 34.3"H
Inventory Number: XX515