You simply cannot go wrong with this Ethan Allen vintage Avery leather club chair, this Ethan Allen Kensington leather club chair or this Ethan Allen Bentley leather armchair. All of these chairs are very comfortable and exude that sense of timelessness and style which a classic leather chair will provide. Over at Ethan Allen they have a very wide selection of different arm chairs in fabric as well as leather, and one is more elegant than the next. With many of these chairs you can order the fabric of your choice, that way you'll get exactly what would suit your personal space.
To put a classic vintage leather club chair in your home, either one in a corner a group of two, is always a good idea if you want to create an atmosphere of comfort and elegance. When you see one of these chairs, all you want is to sit down, relax and read a book or enjoy a good conversation.
Luckily there are lots of different styles to choose between here, so you have many options to choose between. After all, you do pay a premium for these nice styles and materials, so you better choose one which you absolutely love.
"Seat of power. This vintage club chair combines turn-of-the-twentieth-century styling with the generous seating and support you’d expect today. The Avery is notable for the grace of its lines, its rolled arms and back and cabriole legs. Available in hundreds of fabric and leather options."
"Get classically clubby in leather or be creative with your choice of fabric. Either way, Kensington offers a generous upholstery with deep, lush comfort. A smartly rolled chair back makes this the perfect piece to float in a room, and the turned wood legs of both the chair and the ottoman are thoughtfully carved like a tailor’s thread spools. "
"First-class seating. Bentley is well-proportioned, simple, and comfortable. Its smooth rolled arms stand out in vivid contrast to the straight lines of its back. The effect is dynamic and smart; that makes it a great “thinking” chair. Tailor it with one of our hundreds of fabrics or leathers. Add the ottoman as an impromptu table."
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