Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 07:14:54 AM. Chesterfield Chair. By Ernest Barnier.
The Chesterfield sofa conjures images of formally attired gentlemen sequestered in a dark paneled study, sipping brandy and smoking cigars. Throughout history the Chesterfield sofa has come to represent many things to different people. The Victorian era saw the Chesterfield as the key piece in living rooms, where gentlemen relaxed while their wives sat in chairs crafting needlepoint. Since the 19th century, it has been linked with Freudian psychoanalysis, as Sigmund Freud originally used a sofa during his hypnosis sessions with patients. Flash forward two centuries and find yourself seated in a sumptuous red leather Chesterfield in a dark corner of a local coffeehouse or wine bar.
This is a classic chair that is common in British heritage and it contains an upholstered seating piece. The Chesterfield chair in most cases is sold as part of a sofa set and for a long time it has been found to match well. The most common feature that makes you to identify them is the button tufts that are used as decorations on the back seat.
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