By Alex Marchal. chair. Published at Monday, October 16th, 2017 - 07:00:06 AM.
Gondola Chair: Similar to the prow of the gondola Boat, this chair has sloppy armrests. There is, in addition to its beauty, a C-shaped back continuing towards the end of the seat. Initially, this term was used to name the side chairs with open backs, but now any seat that is dramatically curved at its back is called to be a gondola chair. This chair was first invented in the mid 17th Century in France and got very prominent till the end of that century. The varied versions of this is called as barrel or tub, but they are not as heavily designed as the original gondola chair.
With an ability to add a royal feel to any setting, they are fully upholstered and provide great comfort. The wings attached to the back of the chair that sometimes extends to the arm rest are the reason behind the name of this chair.
In our daily life, everyone of us need to host some kind of events, such as weddings, receptions, holiday parties, birthdays, anniversaries, picnics, get-togethers, etc.
Fauteuil Chair: Pronounced as 'Foe-toy', This chair has a literal meaning as an armchair. This uniquely designed upholstered armchair was born in the late 1600 BC and got to taste the fame in the early 18th Century. With its use by the esteemed Emperor Louis XIV, this chair got more modified with the passage of time. This ornate design was supposedly used by mostly the men in the society. Therefore, another version of this prestigious chair, named Fauteuil à la Reine, was invented only for the use of Queen.
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