A Write-up on Windsor Chairs
There are several types of chair that every one of us comes across in our day to day lives. While some of them are made purely of wood, some others are plastic or metal made. There are certain special categories of wooden chairs that come with elongated legs in from & back dowelled unlike the traditional ones with a continuous back. This special category of seats is what you call windsor chairs.
The ‘genesis’ of Windsor chairs happened many years ago, sometime in the late 17th Century or the early 18th Century as dining sits. They are available in a variety of shapes and forms, some of the commonest types being sack back, continuous arms, hoop back, comb back, fan back, low back and fan back.
They are especially popular because that they are highly comfortable and are available in a reasonable price tag that everyone can afford to pay. These are primarily made of inexpensive woods such as that of pine, tulip and bass; the chairs are an integral part of the design as they provide an added stability to both upper and the lower parts of the seats. The thickness is set to a limit so that it offers complete resting position to the leg and at the same time bear the total body weight.
Coming to its designs, while some of the windsor chair are painted, some others are stained and polished to look classy and presentable. The colors that were previously used were grain colors coming in lighter shades. Some others, on the contrary used to be painted using solid colors. The same old traditional designs are back in today’s fashion and if you purchase and used one in your household, it is certainly going to give a unique look to your room décor.
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