Décor Dictionary: Slipper Chair

Slipper Chair - Decor Dictionary ǀ The Design Tabloid

This simplistic occasional chair is the perfect fit for a tight space…

Slipper Chair:  is an armless upholstered chair with short legs that sits closer to the ground. Popular in the early 18th century, this chair was used as seating in ladies’ boudoirs as it’s low-slung, armless features were perfect for accommodating the fashionable voluminous dress skirts of the time. Today however, the slipper chair is often found in the living room. There are many different styles of slipper chairs – from traditional designs which are ornate and slightly rounded, to more contemporary rectangular chairs with clean lines.

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Posted on April 4, 2013, in Décor Diva, Decor, Decorating Dictionary, Furniture and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. And looks so comfortable too! Really classic yet modern at the same time. Love it!

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