Office Chair made from Juniper

This office chair was made from “Forest Reclaimed” Juniper. It goes with the “Running Wild” Horse Desk. The main features of this desk chair are the handshaped arms and backrest. All the handshaping of the arms makes them very comfortable and smooth to the touch. The carved Dog Ears on the backrest are a favorite feature to run your fingers over. Walnut plugs and seat splines were used to add a darker contrast to the chair. That along with a Leather upholstered seat and turquoise inlay, help the chair blend in with the dark of the desk.  A handshaped base was added to disquise the metal frame of the wheel base. The base adjusts up and down, tilts and swivels. This is our first office chair in our low back style.

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2 Responses to “Office Chair made from Juniper”

  1. Chelsea A. Says:

    My company actually sells wooden chairs that have leather upholstered seats as well, but none of them are close to as unique as this chair! I really like the individuality of this chair and that it looks one of a kind. It also looks like it takes awhile to put together with the hand shaped arms and backrest. Beautiful chair!

    • shangrilawoodworks Says:

      Thanks. We put a lot of time and effort into making our chairs and we want them to be a unique addition to the home or office. Since there is a lot of carving involved in our chairs, they take a while to make. Does your company manufacture all your chairs, or do you buy them from the manufacturers? If you are ever interested in carrying a line of more uniquelly handcrafted chairs for discriminating buyers, keep us in mind. Thanks again and have a great day.

      Stephanie Shangraw
      Shangri-La Woodworks

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