The curvy European antique chair reupholstered in vintage grain sacks is becoming the new “It” chair, following a fun run with the same-style chair reinterpreted in shiny patent leather. See Jayson Home and Garden’s take at left and Maison Suzanne’s at right (shown with another funky fabric option—a blue antique Japanese “boro,” or mended rag). I like how these casual, utilitarian fabrics makes these formal chairs feel so much more down-to-earth.

—GINA BAZER

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The curvy European antique chair reupholstered in vintage grain sacks is becoming the new “It” chair, following a fun run with the same-style chair reinterpreted in shiny patent leather. See Jayson Home and Garden’s take at left and Maison Suzanne’s at right (shown with another funky fabric option—a blue antique Japanese “boro,” or mended rag). I like how these casual, utilitarian fabrics makes these formal chairs feel so much more down-to-earth.

The curvy European antique chair reupholstered in vintage grain sacks is becoming the new “It” chair, following a fun run with the same-style chair reinterpreted in shiny patent leather. See Jayson Home and Garden’s take at left and Maison Suzanne’s at right (shown with another funky fabric option—a blue antique Japanese “boro,” or mended rag). I like how these casual, utilitarian fabrics makes these formal chairs feel so much more down-to-earth.

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