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Windsor chairs for the win! If you’re shopping for Windsor Chairs for sale, don’t hesitate to make Chairish your first stop. We carry hundreds of antique Windsor chairs, sourced from top-tier vintage and antique dealers located all over the U.S. Whether you’re looking for a sack-back Windsor chair or a comb-back, chances are high that we have the perfect piece in stock and ready to ship your way today! Discover chairs from a wide range of brands that specialized in colonial-era reproductions like Ethan Allen, Heywood-Wakefield, and L. Hitchcock. You can also explore a unique edit of Mid-Century Modern-inspired Windsor chairs, including sleek Danish Modern-designed chairs. Unearth Windsor-Captain’s chair hybrids that could be used in any nautical interior. Browse solo Windsor chairs that can be mixed and matched to create an alluring one-of-a-kind set, or shop already-assembled sets for a more one-and-done kind of shopping experience. Explore specimen-grade Windsors that would be the perfect showpiece in any home, as well as affordable, gently-loved designs that are ideal for those working within a budget. With Chairish, the perfect Windsor has never been easier to pin down!

What Are Windsor Chairs?

Windsor chairs originated in the English town of Windsor around 1710. The style quickly made its way across the pond, landing in the Colonies around 1730. From there, the style was adopted into American design. Over the next century, furniture makers, headquartered primarily in Philadelphia, modified the style to accommodate changing consumer tastes.

The Windsor chair is essentially a splay-legged stool with a saddle seat and a radiant spindle backrest affixed to the top of it. At the time of its inception, the Windsor chair was unique in that its back was a separate piece from the seat and legs. Rather than being carved from a continuous piece of wood, Windsor chairs feature spindles and legs that are round-tenoned, meaning they are pushed into drilled holes. Historically, no glue or nails were used in Windsor chairs' assembly. Once the pieces were finished the joints would “season together,” meaning the greenwood would dry and expand to form permanent bonds.

Questions & Answers

What are the shipping options for windsor chairs?
Windsor chairs can be shipped to you, and many can be picked up locally.
Can I get free shipping on windsor chairs from Chairish?
Yes! Select windsor chairs ship for free from Chairish.
Do you carry wood windsor chairs?
Wood, oak, and elm are our most popular windsor chair material types.
Do you carry brown windsor chairs?
We have windsor chairs in popular colors including brown, black, and tan.
Does Chairish have windsor chairs on sale?
Yes! We have 70+ windsor chairs on sale.