Wooden Frame Chair Recovered in a William Morris Fabric

A revived archive print called Comp­ton by John Hen­ry Dear­le. The design was com­mis­sioned for Comp­ton Hall, Wolver­hamp­ton in 1895. It has since been recoloured using a beau­ti­ful Spring colour palette. The wood­en frame of the chair has been stained using an almost black colour which con­trasts the fab­ric and adds a mod­ern look. A neat dou­ble piped edge fin­ish­es off the chair perfectly.

Fab­ric: Mor­ris & Co.

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