Posted on October 30, 2017
Looking for a collection of French Ladderback chairs?
Ladderback chairs typically feature tall backs with multiple horizontal spindles or slats. The top slat used to be larger in some cases than the other slats, pierced, or with a hole in the centre, which made hauling the chair around quite easy.
These chairs were first created during the Middle Ages and were commonly found in homes across Europe. Around the 17th century the ladderback chairs were a style commonly seen in homes across England. These were made out of sycamore or maple initially and walnut later on with refined decorations and engravings.
Antique matched sets of chairs paired up with modern tables or even antique farmhouse tables for that matter look good. Since the trends calls for mixing and matching, matching up the old with the new looks stunning.
You will find a great range of French Ladderback chairs at Antique Tables, UK. These look stunning and are all in great condition.
Take for example this lovely set of 12 antique French ladderback chairs with rush seats. These will look classic in the contemporary dining.
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