The wingback chairs for the family room came in! We went out on a limb and picked a creamy white, textured fabric with the understanding that it was supposed to clean well. I’ve already cleaned peanut butter smears off of one and they came up quite easily. Hopefully we don’t end up regretting our decision!
We ordered them from Cortate knowing that the front legs needed replacing. They’re a little to “scrolly” for my taste. Now I’m trying to decide what look to go for.
I love the Chloe chair from Crate and Barrel and would’ve happily purchased two of them if not for their $900 price tag. I don’t know that it’s possible to purchase a similar base for our chairs.
I love the look of the straight legs on this chair.
I wonder if Zac could build something similar to this Restoration Hardware wingback using the existing back legs and a few scraps from the hardware store? It seems straightforward enough.
I also really like the look of the traditional, Queen Anne style leg on these.
I really like these too.
Meanwhile the kids are enjoying the houses Zac made them from the chair boxes!