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Arts and Crafts Accent Chairs

At the intersection of Art Nouveau and Art Deco, there are Arts and Crafts chairs. A movement inspired by society’s collective desire to pare back design-wise after the over-the-top embellishment that characterized the Victorian era, Arts and Crafts focuses on unfussy, perpendicular forms meant to evoke more primitive design trends. Arts and Crafts chairs are ideal for any decorating scenario where you desire a rustic edge partnered with a distinctively formal silhouette.

Capture Frank Lloyd Wright’s Iconic Style with Vintage Arts and Crafts Chairs

Among the most famous Arts and Crafts designers was undoubtedly architect Frank Llyod Wright. Wright was a champion for the movement’s strong, grid-like forms as they pertained to both building architecture and furnitue design. Wright’s chairs generally feature towering spindle backs designed to shield the occupant’s entire body. While Wright’s chairs are extremely rare today, it’s easy to find examples inspired by his prolific designs here on Chairish. Shop for Arts and Crafts chairs from equally renowned makers like Gustav Stickley, who is considered to be the grandfather of Arts and Craft’s, close cousin—Mission style. We also carry Arts and Crafts chairs by lesser known makers of the Arts and Crafts style, such as Heywood Wakefield.

Bring Chic California Hacienda Style Home

California’s abundance of Spanish style homes has made the Arts and Crafts style a mainstay in the state, especially in its southern regions. Whether you own a sprawling Spanish-style hacienda yourseld, or you’re simply aiming to land the region’s laid-back spirit, Arts and Crafts wood chairs can be the perfect fit. Use a Arts and Crafts Mission style chair as an office chair to add ballast to roll top desk or rustic partner’s desk, or use a feelt of Arts and Crafts chairs on a covered porch or patio to conjure up the casual ease of the American west.