Wills Furniture Contemporary Chairs Exude Quality

Chairs come in many shapes , sizes and styles and with a variety of purposes.  Created over many years, the Wills Furniture Collection has an impressive range of chairs to suit all interior spaces and clients’ needs.  These chairs exude quality, with the collection falling into four main categories:
Classic Chairs
Contemporary Chairs
Dining Chairs
Tub Chairs
Over the last few months our blogs have focussed on the classic chair collection, providing descriptions of the many beautiful chairs in that category. During this month we will focus on the contemporary chair collection describing the stunning array of designs.

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The Avoca
This elegant, art deco style chair features sweeping rolled arms with piping detail. The studio look chair with polished Ash timber legs can be upholstered in leather or any fabric chosen. Comfort is assured with its sprung lumbur support, upholstered back and hand tied coil sprung seat.

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The Barrington
A classic, club armchair with polished tapered, timber feet. This style works well in a relaxed lounge room, billiard room or study.  A chair to sink into and relish its comfort with a sprung fitted back and hand tied coil sprung seat.  A matching Barrington sofa is also available in the Wills Furniture Collection.

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The Chicago
This sleek, armless chair features twin needle stitch detail to create a tufted effect on the seat and inside back. It is nicely finished with fine piping detail to the edges.  Its highly polished timber base and legs complement the unique style.

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