Vintage Light Blue Upholstered Bergere Chairs - A Pair

$389

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Description

This light blue pair of vintage upholstered bergere chairs are in excellent condition. The light blue upholstery is a light ... more

Details

Dimensions
31.25ʺW × 25.25ʺD × 40.0ʺH
Condition
Excellent Minor wear consistent with age and history
Styles
French, French Country, Traditional

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Midwest Eclectic in Wichita, KS

As a designer my style is modern eclectic. I love the mix of old and ...

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  • "Carrie D.: One last thing on color. I feel like pictures 2-8 and 10 are the most accurate color wise."

    Jan. 12, 2018, 9:13 a.m.

  • "Carrie D.: About Shipping: I have always found that Chairish WG Shipping always beats any local freight shipping options. I do, however, try to price my vintage items to be competitive with what you could buy online/in store without shipping. If you add shipping & the cost of the chairs and then divide the total cost by 2 you get what you are actually paying per chair. I try to keep that price comparable (or under) to what you could buy for a new chair. Hope this helps! Thanks for your interest!"

    Jan. 12, 2018, 9:12 a.m.

  • "Carrie D.: I would say the color in the picture is pretty accurate. The upholstery is a textured stripe with threads of dark navy, indigo, and light blue. The light blue is the more dominant raised stripe with the dark blue being more of the background. Compared to jeans... the fabric is darker than the lightest wash of jeans yet more medium color jeans than dark. Shipping answer will be in my next comment. Thanks!"

    Jan. 12, 2018, 9:02 a.m.

  • "Wondering how “light” these chairs are - like a light pair of jeans? My kitchen is a light blue so I am hoping for a little more “pop.” Also - any way we can get the shipping down?"

    Jan. 11, 2018, 11:28 p.m.