Today’s reader feature is this lovely Eastlake Chair, submitted by our friend Beckwith Campbell. She purchased this chair at an auction, and decided to give it a second chance. Beckwith transferred my French Grains Sack with Wheat Wreath image onto the back of the chair. She first painted the entire chair with chalk paint, distressed it, and applied...Read More »
Many 18th Century wing chairs featured bold upolstery, like in this example. Did you know that the wings were originally designed not only to keep drafts away but to keep warm air around the sitter? Because of this, they were often placed very close to fireplaces.