Mention boudoir and images of candles probably enter the mind. In this series, TLP has show other options including wallpaper, storage, lighting, furniture, and pillows. In this article, TLP looks at chairs. A chair for the boudoir is often wider in the seat and more fanciful than chairs for the rest of the house, but in our modern, mix-and-match society, these distinctions may not be as important. All of these items are very high end. Look around, use eBay and Craigslist. You may find some bargains that just need some TLC and a good upholsterer.
Madame Sera is an antique furniture archaeologist. She finds eccentrically beautiful antique furniture. She restores and transforms them into captivating boudoir pieces. Madame Sera is based in the UK, she doesn’t directly sell over the internet. Her client list includes Boy George, Kate Moss, Liam Gallagher, and more. To order please call Madame Sera on 07977534115. See these pieces here (Wicker chair, single boudoir chair).
Decodame specializes in mid-century pieces, typically with a sense of modernism. These boudoir armchairs are a beautiful example of art nouveau. One of the chairs is period, the other is a modern copy to make the pair of chairs. They have been refinished and dressed in new black silk upholstery. Find them here for $9800 US for the pair.
Venfield was derived from the names of its two founders, Greg Ventra and Mark Field. Greg and Mark worked in fashion and then partnered to begin Venfield which specializes in antiques and interior design. They currently have these 1930s art deco slipper chairs for the boudoir. They are in diamond blue silk and are also $9800 US for the pair. Find them here.
The art museum of Arizona State University is showing this interesting piece from Christine LoFaso. It is a boudoir chair from the 1950s that the artist has updated. Find it here.