Today was another day of shopping for a client at the Chicago Merchandise Mart. I was down there last Thursday and I had to return and take another look at a couple of chairs that I couldn't get off my mind. This one is in the Pearson Henredon Showroom and it still had appeal, in fact, I would love to have it in my home. . . . . it is more of an accent chair and with the ottoman, quite comfortable. The carmel leather just yummy.
The name of this chair is THE CAMP CHAIR.
THE BACK OF THE CAMP CHAIR
Details of the Camp Chair footstool. . . .
This chair was also appealing and very comfortable.
Same chair. . . .front view.
This leather chair was so comfortable, I didn't want to get out of it!
This was one of the other chair that brought me back to the showroom. . .
It is called the Gullison Chair.
It is not a lounge chair of sorts, but comfortable and perfect for a small
Side view of the Gullison Chair
This chair is made strickly of leather and
iron . . . .comfort level use: a great accent chair and
still quite comfortable.
Great detail on the front of the Gullison Chair
This is called the Madison Chair. It again is in
the Pearson Henredon Showroom.
This tufted leather ottoman was found in the Sherrill Showroom.
It is only 28x28 and I loved this too. There are other leather colors
to chose from if black leather is not appropriate. While this is quite sophisti-
cated, the size makes it just as cute as it can be.
While this was not leather, it would serve well as
a small side table next to one of my leather chairs.
Leather/skins have been so popular, fabrics
have been printed to look like the real thing.
This bench is from the Pearson Henredon Showroom.
Last, but not least, I spotted this adorable little footstool
that I know I could have found a place for at home! This is from
the Sherrill Showroom.
AS FOR THAT LITTLE OTTOMAN. . . . . you know, the one I use
to throw blankets over. . . .what I wouldn't give to have that in my own