Hollywood Regency Style Channel Back Barrel Chair
Though the Hollywood Regency style was conceived during the Golden Age of Hollywood in the 1930s, its aesthetic continues to be a favorite among architects and designers today. Drawing inspiration from the luxury of Art Deco and the functionality of Mid-Century Modern design, Hollywood Regency is ultimately defined by glitz and glamour. Though many of the silhouettes are classic, they are transformed through details such as metallic or high-gloss finishes, vivid colors and bold patterns and opulent details such as brass or gold hardware, luxurious upholstery and sculptural décor, all contributing to the dramatic yet highly livable style. Several progenitors of the style have come to be icons within the field of interior design, such as Dorothy Draper and Billy Haines, and such seminal figures as Joan Crawford and Nancy Reagan were exceedingly fond of the style.
- Rounded channel back boudoir chair in pink on cream silk upholstery with loose seat cushion and contrast pink welting.
- Finished with a kick pleat skirt.
- Width: 29"
- Depth: 32.50"
- Height: 30.50"
- Arm Height: 23"
- Seat Height: 20"
- Seat Depth: 21.50"
- Small spot on the reverse side of the seat cushion.
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