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Mackintosh Sofas and Chairs
Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 – 1928), a Scottish designer and architect, was one of the leaders in an early 20th century genre that became known as “the Glasgow Style” and eventually as Art Nouveau. Arts and Crafts cabinetmakers and later architects (such as Frank Lloyd Wright) borrowed heavily from Mackintosh’s work. With these Mackintosh pieces (and our Highland dining room collection) we are acknowledging his influence. The lines of these sofas and chairs, designed by Mark Gatterdam, one of our owners, also contain hints of oriental and modern influences, making them hard to limit to any one particular period. The choices of upholstery material is pretty much limitless; we offer a selection of more than 350 fabrics and leathers, or you can supply your own material and we will have your sofa or chair expertly done up according to your instructions.
Chair requires five yards of fabric.
Loveseat requires nine yards of fabric.
Sofa requires twelve yards of fabric.
Chairs include one throw pillow.
Loveseats and sofas include two throw pillows.
Oak or Birch
Cherry or Maple
Walnut or Mahogany
39" w x 27 1/2" h x 37" d
65" w x 27 1/2" h x 37" d
83" w x 27 1/2" h x 37" d
111" x 86 3/4"