Published at Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 - 14:00:58 PM. Occasional Chair. By Enzo Soyer.
Occasional chairs, or as they there are sometimes called, exposed-wood chairs, are generally smaller than fully-upholstered chairs. Their frames are usually visible in a quality that is easy to discern even from a fair distance away. The usually have a solid feeling that results from the proper joining of frame parts, and they don't twist when you lift one corner.
Suitable for a dining room or any type of formal room, they have clean, smooth joints with a minimum of nails and screws. Since they have fewer parts that are able to the bent and shaped, they are generally much stronger. If you have an old, occasional chair that you simply can't part with, there is always the option of using a fleece throw blanket or slipcovers instead of replacing the entire chair.
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