Bridge Chairs | Covered in "Bruges" Fabric (Pret A Vivre)

A beautiful pair of antique stylish French 1940s Bridge Chair, sourced from France, stripped and re-upholstered. They have been covered in “Bruges” black linen from Pret A Vivre.

Those chairs have been commissioned by the buyer of the “Bridge Chairs | Covered in Robert Le Heros Fabric”. Further to her flat's restoration, our customer wanted 4 chairs for her dinning table and therefore commissioned a further two Bridge Chairs with a similar design. As Robert Le Heros had ceased to trade we worked on finding the best match, which worked well with her new interior and finally settled on the Bruges fabric from Pret A Vivre.

Kiki Voltaire specialises in sourcing Chairs and armchairs from France. The Bridge Chairs were made in the 1930s and 1940s and are well constructed. The versatile style and compact size of these bridge chairs allows them to fit in any room such as a lounge, bedroom or office. They come in various designs and timber and often arrive in our Brighton’s studio in their original upholstery and fabric. Please check our Blog to learn more about those very French chairs.

Made from: The frame is made of solid oak. The upholstery has being entirely re-done and they are covered in Pret A Vivre “Bruges” fabric. Our chairs are made in our Brighton’s studio by a professional upholster.

Measurements: Height: 80 cm including legs - legs 37cm, width: 50cm including arms, depth: 50cm


Kiki Voltaire is happy to undertake commissions for bespoke furniture, please contact us by email or through our enquiries page if you would Kiki to re-upholster your existing chairs or to assist with sourcing a specific piece.

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