Some people just have a nag for vintage things because let’s face it vintage items have a touch of class and traditional beauty to them. Not only are they a sign of prestige but they also serve as a reminder of the origins of our forefathers and remember their lifestyle. Vintage chairs are no different in this regard. However, it is important that one doesn’t get confused with old chairs and vintage chairs, therefore, in this article, we will look at the different types of vintage chairs so that you don’t get mislead.
This is the true classic American chair made by a cabinet designer in Connecticut in the 18th century. The material used is high-quality wood usually oak or poplar. Today the cheapest you can get a Hitchcock chair is for 1200$ provided you can find one.
Bergere Chair Style:
One of the earliest upholstered chairs that were introduced in the market back in the 17Thcentury. Obviously, the beauty of this chair could be contributed to the fact that they were made and designed in France a country known for its fashion and beauty.
This is the oldest a vintage chair can get. The origin of these can be traced back to 5th century Greece. However, these chairs resurfaced again in the 18th century and became popular.
Mentioned above are just some of the Vintage chairs that can add a touch of traditional beauty to any corner of the house.