This is a Mission Morris chair in the style derived from a design by Gustav Stickley, father of the English Arts and Crafts movement, named after philosopher, poet and designer William Morris, and made even more famous by the legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
The beauty of the chair comes from it's architectural lines and structural form. Heavy members, with mortise and tenon joinery, demonstrate integrity and quality. Features include solid wood construction, quality mortise and tenon joinery, durable high-technology stain resistant suede-like Microfibre upholstery, & more.
Mission Craftsman style woodwork, reproduction of a late 1800's chair
High quality exotic, eco-friendly, kiln dried hardwood construction of the Maple family (Hevea Brasiliensis)
Wide arched armrests for beauty & function
Very comfortable extra thick cushions
Removable cushions that are made of a Olive green suede like material
Upholstery is a suede-look stain resistant industrial Microfibre