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Idea for a chair
marinabdn
November 5, 2012 in Design Dilemma
I'm about to buy a secretary that has the tilted table higher than normal. This requires to use a higher chair. The problem is that the desk is going to be in a very formal French style bedroom and adjustable chairs are very ugly. Any suggestions?
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Dytecture
Do you have a photo of this 'ugly' chair?
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ATGStores.com
Hi, Marina! That's a tough one, but we would recommend shopping counter-height chairs (http://www.atgstores.com/dining-chairs_1473.html?option0=optionA=302421|23944~Valu&page=2). We agree that it's often the case that adjustable chairs don't capture that formal feel, so we've shown you a few counter-height chairs that may help point you in the right direction. Good luck!
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Mona Ives
Ballard Designs has some desk chairs that may be nice enough looking to go with your secretary.
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