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We construct all our chairs with up to four types of wood : White Pine for the seat, Hickory or Hard Maple for the legs and stretchers, Red Oak for the arms, bows, spindles and crest when required. Other types of wood can be used if a customer request it.

This set of two side chairs is inspired by classic, design and is a seamless fit into a traditional or contemporary design scheme. Crafted from solid wood, they showcase a Windsor back and slightly splayed legs with front stretchers that double as footrests. Work this pair of chairs into the conversation area of your living room or consider a set to surround your dining table. Their timeless design is a solid addition to your home furnishings. Some assembly is required.

From providing sensible seating arrangements in smaller spaces to rounding out interior designs, accent chairs make all-star additions to any home decor arsenal. Crafted from manufactured wood and metal, this piece features a Windsor-inspired silhouette with a spindle back design and rests atop four slanted legs. For a look that is both modern and versatile, it is finished in a high gloss neutral-hued paint, allowing it to blend with a variety of color schemes. Plus, this product comes in a set of two.

These dining chairs bring an elegant grace to your dining room with our lovely Slatted Back dining room chairs set. Cutting edge Stylish slatted back design of these dining chairs will enhance the beauty of any dining table. The comfortable solid wood-slatted back of these dining chairs will give great support to your back. The structure of these innovative kitchen dining chairs is made of High-Quality Asian Solid wood (Rubber Wood) which offer great robustness and stability to these dining room chair. The soft and comfortable wooden seat of these fabulous dining chairs is Superior Quality Wooden which offers a wonderful look and comfy sitting experience. Cutting edge durable solid wood structure, comfortable wooden seat, Stylish slatted back, and solid wood legs offer a modern look to your dining room, fantastic stability to these awesome dining chairs, and comfortable support to your back.PRODUCT OPTION AVAILABLE:OPTION SKU: DOC-BCH-WDining Room Chairs Set of 2 - Wooden Seat and Slatted Chair Back with 4 Legs - Black & Cherry FinishOPTION SKU: DOC-LWH-WDining Chairs Set of 2 - Wooden Seat and Slatted Chair Back with 4 Legs - Linen White FinishOPTION SKU: DOC-WHI-WKitchen Chairs Set of 2 - Wooden Seat and Slatted Chairs Back with 4 Legs - Buttermilk & Cherry Finish

This 2-piece set of side chairs rounds out an eating nook or dining table with a bright, breezy look we love. Each one features a streamlined stainless steel frame with a sleek C-shaped base for an open, airy feel. Breathable Windsor-inspired backs include a perforated rattan surface for a coastal touch, while the cushioned seat is wrapped in fabric and filled with foam to provide just the right amount of support. Plastic glides underneath the base help prevent scratches and scuffs. Plus, this set accommodates up to 300 lbs. for each chair.

These dining chairs bring traditional, farmhouse-inspired to your dining room or breakfast nook. They're made from solid hardwoods and feature a spindle back and four flared dowel legs with crossbars and stretchers to create a Shaker-style silhouette. The armless design means you can tuck these chairs right up to your table to help save on some floor space. We love how these chairs arrive fully assembled, so you can just think about what is for dinner, instead of construction.

As with our chairs and beds, every table we make is built to order, so almost anything is possible. We use only solid wood, never any veneer, or manufactured substrates. Tiger maple, Cherry, Ash, Pine, Hard maple or Walnut can be handcrafted into the table of your dreams.

Our Windsor chairs are not a reproduction or copy of an antique. Our chairs are original designs made with comfort and durability in mind. We make Windsors with the aesthetic appeal of 18th century chairs and utilize the best of traditional joinery. We make our chairs with contemporary ergonomics built into the design and we use the most durable epoxy in all of our chair joints and the most durable finishes available.

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I live in Lincolnville on a few acres surrounded by woods where I enjoy gardening and raising fowl. I have two grown sons; one a musician and goldsmith, the other a college student, avid outdoorsman, and a chair maker at Windsor Chairmakers.

123456789101112 Hello, my name is Marshall Ford and I have been hand crafting Windsor chairs and fine custom wood furniture for over 40 years. As Windsor Chair makers, we endeavor to create a product as closely as possible in style and construction methods as Craftsmen of the last half of the 18th century. An antique representation, that is pleasing to the eye as well as functional. Blending in with yesterday or today's life styles.

I've been asked many times how my prices can be so competitive. The simple answer is, all of the raw materials come right off my land, I have a saw mill onsite and all of the work is done by myself or my son, Kevin. I select only the finest grade trees and use a mix of pine, maple, hickory, white oak and ash to assure the finished product has the beauty and strength that a Windsor chair should. All these things allow me to sell my chairs at a reasonable price. Click here to learn more about us.

We are a small, family owned and operated business and do not currently accept credit cards for purchases - cash or check only at this time. We ship anywhere in the continental U.S. Also, please remember that there is NO SALES TAX in New Hampshire! You pay the prices listed on this site plus shipping. I quote actual shipping on each order.

Windsor chairs originated in the English town of Windsor around 1710. The style quickly made its way across the pond, landing in the Colonies around 1730. From there, the style was adopted into American design. Over the next century, furniture makers, headquartered primarily in Philadelphia, modified the style to accommodate changing consumer tastes.

Whether you're hosting a summer dinner party or relaxing with a good book on a lazy afternoon, the Windsor Collection has you covered. The dining chairs and tables are designed with comfort in mind, featuring gently curved backs and seats that cradle you in luxury. And with a variety of finishes to choose from, including black, bronze, and green Verdi, you can easily match the collection to your existing outdoor decor.

A Windsor chair (also known as a 'Welsh stick chair')[1] is a chair built with a solid wooden seat into which the chair-back and legs are round-tenoned, or pushed into drilled holes, in contrast to standard chairs (whose back legs and back uprights are continuous). The seats of Windsor chairs were often carved into a shallow dish or saddle shape for comfort. Traditionally, the legs and uprights were usually turned on a pole lathe. The back and sometimes the arm pieces (if arms are present) are formed from steam bent pieces of wood.

It is not clear when the first Windsor Chairs were made.[3] It is known that, as early as the 16th century, wheelwrights started coping out chair spindles in the same way they made wheel spokes.[4] The design was probably a development of West Country, Welsh and Irish 'stick-back' chairs, but the evidence on origin is not certain.[3] It is thought that the first Windsor chair made its appearance in the county of Buckinghamshire, where the main centre of production eventually moved to High Wycombe.[3] The first Windsors were of the comb-back variety.[3] By the 18th century steam bending was being used to produce the characteristic "bow" of the Windsor chair.[4] The first chairs made this way were shipped to London from the market town of Windsor, Berkshire in 1724.[4] There is speculation that the chair derives its name from the town of Windsor, which became the centre for the trade between the producers and the London dealers.[3] Thus the name "Windsor Chair" is more about the style of chair than where it was made, with many diverse forms of Windsor chair being made worldwide.[5]

English settlers introduced the Windsor chair to North America, with the earliest known chairs being imported by Patrick Gordon who became lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania in 1726. There is speculation that the first American Windsor chair, based on the traditional British design, was made in Philadelphia in 1730.[9]

The seat of a Windsor chair is an essential part since it provides the stability to both the upper and lower portions. The thickness of the seat allows the legs to be anchored securely into their respective tapered sockets, providing the undercarriage with strength and stability.[10] A timber that will provide the strength and stability whilst also allowing it to be shaped, in order to achieve the desired look and feel, requires a strong durable timber, with interlocking grain, to provide the right characteristics.[10] English Windsors typically have elm seats because its interlocking grain gives good cross-grain strength that resists splitting where holes are placed close to the edge of a seat.[10] There are no real satisfactory alternatives to elm although other woods have been tried, for example, oak and ash in Britain and various types of pine in the USA.[10] Because of elm's strength compared to pine, tulip poplar or bass, English Windsor chair seats are usually not as thick as American Windsors. The English Windsor chair seats are not saddled (or dished) as deeply as their American counterparts- partly because of elm's relative strength, and partly because elm is comparatively more difficult to sculpt than the softer woods chosen by American chair makers. Woodwrights use tools such as the adze, scorp or inshave to form the hollowed out, form fitting, ergonomic top of the seat. 59ce067264


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