Pumpkin retro armchair

orange retro armchair
orange retro armchair
orange retro armchair
orange retro armchair

Pumpkin retro armchair

565.00

50’s Style armchair

This vintage bespoke armchair has been recovered in a vibrant orange pumpkin woolen fabric from Bute fabrics.

The armchair was stripped back to the frame and cleaned up, it has been traditional upholstered using horse and hog hair as a stuffing to make the arms, back and seat (no foam) the timber legs have been sanded, stained and finished with Osmo oil with new brass castors fitted. We also like to call her Priscilla.

This chair will add a bit of colour to any room, it is a one of a kind bringing together a great mixture of traditional and modern.

• Artwork by Kayleigh McCallum art and illustration

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Hello and thank you for visiting Turnstyle13

Each piece of furniture from turnstyle13 is one of a kind, using both modern and traditional upholstery techniques on some vintage pieces, with also different finishing techniques to give a bit of twist. Each piece is stripped and cleaned, put back together with new materials and fabric.

On receiving your piece, if you are not satisfied with your purchase please feel free to contact me to discuss. I am happy to refund the payment after receiving the piece of furniture back in original packing. The buyer must meet the cost of the delivery and return cost.

I ensure that each piece has been checked twice before being dispatched and wrapped securely, so if any scratches or chips have occurred it may have happened in transit.

After purchase please allow maximum 7 days for shipping.

I use a courier to deliver through the UK, these payments may vary depending on the size and weight and location of the piece. If you would like to use you own courier or even pick up please feel free to contact discuss.

As each piece of furniture is vintage,there will be some small scratches and dents that cannot be fixed but show the piece has lived. When each piece is being restored I will always minimise and repair any damage that is visible.