meet the stories behind the Linley Nelson chair
In the middle of this colorful and eccentric Paris pied-à-terre by Sig Bergamin, there's a spotlight on a classic black armchair — and we're going a little deeper on its history today.
A careful study of the a classic chair was done in order to create the Linley Nelson chair. The dimensions and design remain true to Vice Admiral Lord Nelson and his favorite chair aboard the HMS Victory, created in conjunction with the National Maritime Museum, in London.
The Nelson chair is both amazingly handcrafted and drenched in luxurious British heritage, making it the ideal addition to any home that claims pieces with a story to tell. And when we're talking about interiors, there's no material that can tell a story better than leather.
For designs that lasts for centuries, leather furniture can present new shapes, and variations of colors, and options that can give a modern touch to classic designs. Adding something extra to your home decor, like a designer armchair, can make the traditional a little more modern and the modern a little more traditional.
The Nelson Chair costs something like £4,500, and be sure you check David Linley website store for yourself.
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