Frank Lloyd Wright® Furniture by Copeland Boynton Dining Chairs

Copeland Furniture

Boynton Chairs: In 1907, Wright designed and built the Boynton House for which he drew the compound curve of the dining chair’s back–a horizontal curve to cradle the shoulders and a vertical curve to support the lower back–but because of limitations in technology the chairs built had flat back panels. Copeland now manufactures the original chairs. Copeland Furniture holds the exclusive license to build the furniture designs of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Traditional Dining Chair from Copeland Furniture, Model: 6-BOY-12-17 and 6-BOY-02-17
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Model: 6-BOY-12-17 and 6-BOY-02-17

General Style: Traditional

Specific Style: Arts and Crafts, Prairie

Essential Properties: Environmentally Green, Reproduction

Cover: Tight

Material: Hardwood, Oak, Wood (Also available in Cherry)

Seat: Upholstered

Color / Finish: Lacquer, Protective Finish

Cushion: Dacron, Foam

Arm Style: Arm Chair, Side Chair

Back Style: Curved Back

Leg Style: Flared

Dimensions: 21" W x 21" D x 40" H

Construction: Double-doweled, Mortise & Tenon Joinery, Solid

Stain: Dark

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