We love our Swedish Art Deco armchairs and we stock Europe's largest selection of these original early 1900s antique armchairs for sale. They are super rare now and all our armchairs are in excellent condition and extremely comfortable. Just call us now and let's talk about these amazing pieces with no obligation.
To help you decide which is the right antique armchair for you, heres a checklist of things for you to think about.
We source all our art deco armchairs in Sweden where they are now very rare and they are perfect for both traditional and modern interiors. They are a classic of modern design and were made between 1920-1950. Most of our armchairs come from the original owners and are in great condition having been loved and treasured over the years
We love the delicacy of the bentwood arms made from golden birch and the deep upholstery makes them so comfortable to sit in. They are mostly 60-80cm wide, 60-70cm deep and 80cm-1m tall with either closed or open arms
They feature birch frames with fully stuffed seats and backs for maximum comfort, black and white webbing and 5" copper coil springs - You can't find any modern armchairs made to this level of artistry and perfection
Your choice of fabric or leather can completely change the look of these versatile antique armchairs and we offer a fullupholstery service including leather and double piping. Generally the original fabric has faded and worn through in parts so we all recommend reupholstering your art deco armchairs
The great thing about them is that they can fit into any room and any style and your guests will be fighting over who gets to sit in them. So whether you want them for watching TV, putting them in your cinema AV room, for quiet contemplation and readung in your study, as elegant hallway armchairs or for the perfect lounging chair in your living room
Swedish Art Deco furniture is very sought after and hard to find now in its original form as it was only made for a short period of time from 1920-50. We have probably the best selection of art deco furniture in Europe but if you are looking for a specific art deco piece that we dont have in stock, we offer a special search service for our clients to find it for you. Our countrywide contacts in Sweden alert us when a new piece of art deco comes to market and then we can let you know. All of our pieces come from the original owners and so are generally in superb condition.
We ship in the UK & internationally using specialist antique shippers so EMAIL US or call on 00447958788555 to confirm the shipping cost or ask us questions.
Dont forget we can ship anywhere in the world and we have many happy clients sitting in our antique art deco armchairs in the USA, Canada, Scotland, France, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, UAE, Germany, UK and the Far East.
We offer a full reupoholstery service for our Art Deco armchairs including working with suede, leather or double and contrast piping.
Our master upholsterer has 35 years experience of working with the finest antique chairs and sofas - he will make sure that your art deco armchair is the most comfortable armchair you have ever sat in.
We only use the best quality natural fibre and horsehair stuffing, 5" copper coil springs, black and white webbing to make sure the armchairs feel both firm and yet totally supportive to give you hours of comfy sitting. We ask you to supply the fabric and we will tell you how much we need for your chosen antique armchairs
We are open for private viewing 7 days a week by appointment so EMAIL US now to book a viewing.
The Art Deco movement began after WW1 moving on from the Arts & Crafts movement (known as Jugent in Sweden). It combined the handcrafts and designs from the earlier period with a new conceptual modernism - a machine based elegance - that you can perfectly envisioned in Fritz Langs Classic film "Metropolis". It encapsulated the luxuriousness and positive outlook of the 1920s, where a new age was beginning and new styles were being experimented in. Art Deco still looks post modern today and the furniture has a timeless fascination. However the austerity of the post WW2 period put an end to the finery and glamour of the pre war period.