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Dining room accessories can make all the difference in the world when updating your room. These 3 new items I've added make a huge impact.
Victoria saved to Fabulous Furniture
Find out why the French Bergère chair is the perfect armchair for a living space, as well as where to find the best ones!
Allison Keeney saved to flowers
Our Mikaela Chair has all the things we love about Louis XV in a beautifully updated silhouette. We refined the lines of a classic French bergere chair with clean, squared-off back, simplified padded arms, and subtly curved skirt . The gently contoured frame is handmade of solid oak and nicely padded for lingering comfort. Loose seat cushion is tailored to hug the arms for a custom fit. This cozy upholstered chair makes a sophisticated statement beside the living room fire or tucked into the…
Lisé Kuecker saved to Pinehurst cottage
An easy way to update a chair is to reupholster it. This French chair was my first project and it's super easy to do. I'll be sharing a step by step...
Pam Patrick saved to chairs
We just found a full set of fabulous Louis XVI French dining chairs to go with our French dining table! Though work perfectly with the table!
Faustina saved to Furniture Redo
Get the Look of vintage cane back french louis style dining chairs for less & tips for buying them.
Mochikomom saved to Dining room
Two iconic French armchairs, the bergère and the fauteuil, are frequently misidentified. Although they are similar, they are two totally different chairs. My last blog post focused on the fauteuil. Now the spotlight is on the French bergère which came into vogue as comfortable seating quickly became all the rage in 18th century France. The bergère (ber zher'), French for “shepherdess”, was first seen in the Louis XV period. Louis XV enjoyed conversation and commissioned his chair maker…
Kathleen Steinlicht saved to furniture