mint condition taupe and lavender crushed velvet. pair either one with a spare sisal or seagrass rug, and a refined dark wood chest with brass hardware, and a brass and lucite cocktail table… elevate the 70’s look to elegant! (note there are two pieces available- def split up so your room isn’t overwhelmed by them!)
amazing! i love it when brightly printed cotton gets that faded (but not dirty) patina. worth a drive to c’ville- you can build a whole room around these!
gracious and feminine. looks like a down cushion. if upholstery is clean (seems to be…) this is lovely! btw, says it is in richmond but listed on fredricksburg CL…?
fantastic cocktail table or in a boy’s room at the end of the bed. fantastic storage!
if this upholstery is your style, you’re in luck as it looks pretty perfect. i would recover it though, in a bright solid, or off white woven cotton…
53.5″w x 29″d x 28″h
dang, these are gorgeous!!!
these sofas have seen a resurgence in the last few years. the second photo here is from the ace hotel in nyc, one place where the chesterfield fits perfectly. dark woods, moody, little bit gritty and industrial… buy this one in our very own rva for the same look. just remember to layer, layer, layer your accessories and finishes, or else it might just look like a lawyer’s waiting room.
tell me you have a chic little cottage at the river and need a dining set. you do? great! take the cushions off of backs of these chairs to expose the pattern. touch up the white paint and you’re set!
nice little thing to have on hand for ice, beers and white wine!
the missing spindle is not ideal, but lean your pillows up? this is a super deal- the land of nod jenny lind line is not cheap!