This Louis XVI armchair is made by late 18thc. craftsmen from Genoa (Italy). The influence of the Parisian style at the time was resounding in all Europe and Italian craftsmen, who were known for their know how in the field of interior furniture, copied this style with local woods such as the carob, the cherry, the oak or the walnut trees. Naked Chairs transforms this armchair thanks to a jute cloth cover that gives the seat a roughness contrasting with the wood work of the structure. The pompom stripe and the pineapple embroidery decorate the jute cover to give our seat a fashionable edge.
Louis XIV better hold his head… Naked Chairs sends this armchair to the scaffold and strips it from all artifice. The fallen king now wears a hessian fabric giving it a rough aspect in rupture with the wood work of its structure. The pompons stripe as well as the pinapple embroidery give our armchair a trendy look.