Style Court

Textiles, Art History, Gardens, and a Little Mental Traveling with Courtney Barnes 2006-2016


Confectionery Colored 1940s Upholstery

above, one of a set of four 1940s chairs designed in a style reminiscent of Billy Haines and available through Ellen Ward Scarborough Antiques

above, pair of Neoclassical style chairs from the 1940s with original blue leather upholstery available through Ellen Ward Scarborough Antiques

From a pair of licorice black patent leather wing chairs to Neoclassical style chairs upholstered in weathered icy blue, Ellen Ward Scarborough Antiques has a nice array of 1940s furniture with the original upholstery intact. If you are a design student interested in the Regency-inspired or French Moderne pieces produced during the 40s, this dealer's site may be helpful. The upholstery on the chairs above reminds me of those luscious pastry boxes from the French tea-room Laduree.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Now I want macaroons.