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Stickley Albemarle Side Chair

Stickley Albemarle Side Chair

This Charleston, South Carolina, 1765-1775, "French" elbow chair recently received a completely new upholstery treatment based on surviving fragments of its original show cloth. The upholstery treatment was done by Leroy Graves of Colonial Williamsburg, and is completely removable.

This Charleston, South Carolina, 1765-1775, "French" elbow chair recently received a completely new upholstery treatment based on surviving fragments of its original show cloth. The upholstery treatment was done by Leroy Graves of Colonial Williamsburg, and is completely removable.

Looks almost too nice to be the "mud- room-entry" to a laundry room, and I'm not sure how practical it would be, but I do love the storage-behind-doors (louvered for ventilation), and the natural wood floor. Even the skylight is gorgeous. I would make it a bit wider, put a cushion on the bench, and provide under-bench shoe storage.

Looks almost too nice to be the "mud- room-entry" to a laundry room, and I'm not sure how practical it would be, but I do love the storage-behind-doors (louvered for ventilation), and the natural wood floor. Even the skylight is gorgeous. I would make it a bit wider, put a cushion on the bench, and provide under-bench shoe storage.

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/il-en/listing/254520454/african-mudcloth-pillow-cover-ethnic

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/il-en/listing/254520454/african-mudcloth-pillow-cover-ethnic

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