Colonial lazy chair

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Combining the warmth of tropical rattan with the smooth texture of mahogany wood, this colonial lazy chair will enhance your beach house while providing comfortable seating to relax. The chair features a simple straight seat on turned front legs, balanced by a curved backrest and splayed back legs.

  • Mahogany wood frame
  • Natural rattan skin wicker seat and backrest
  • Available various finishes and custom colors
  • Optional seat cushion
  • Overall dimension: Width 70cm, Depth 86cm, Height 100cm
  • Custom size to your specifications welcomed

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Specifications

Mahogany wood

Wood

    Packaging

Classic but simple furniture

When it comes to classic furniture, our imaginations will immediately project carved furniture such as baroque with intricate carvings, Victorian with curves, or Sheraton with veneer inlays. Made to luxurious by skillfully craftsmen, proved the authenticity with the maker's mark hidden somewhere on the wood surface.

You will not find these things in classic British colonial furniture, though indeed colonial furniture is made according to them. Especially the Sheraton furniture, most of the British colonial furniture is made according to Sheraton designs but without the veneer inlay.

Mahogany frame

The British colonial lazy chair was made in Asia during the British colonial period, the forelegs are turned and reeded similar to the Sheraton furniture design that was popular in England at that time. The joinery technique is simple and practical, turned bars decoration at the backrest looks a bit contrived to support the backrest.

Caned backrest

The colonial lazy chair backrests are woven with a hole-to-hole strand caning technique, wherein the rattan strands are tied directly to the wooden frame. One of the complicated weaving techniques but the most powerful.

Solid wood joints

The seat rails are connected to the legs of the chair using the tenon-mortise method which are fastened with dowels. This ensures the strength of the seat structure, nowadays resin or polyurehane glue is also used to seal the gaps in the joints.

Wicker pattern

Using the hole-to-hole strand caning technique the colonial lazy chair seat and backrest come in a hexagonal pattern. 

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