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Design Sleuth: Church Chairs in the Dining Room

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Design Sleuth: Church Chairs in the Dining Room

April 1, 2013

This dining room in Oxfordshire by London-based architects Michaelis Boyd has us thinking about the appeal of simple church chairs.

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Above: See more of this Georgian house at Michaelis Boyd Associates in Oxfordshire.

cibone church chair jamo associates

Above: Jamo Associates designed a modern version of the Church Chair for Japanese company Cibone; go to Cibone for more information.

cross back church chair

Above: Vintage chairs can be found at antiques shops like Church Antiques in London, which offers the beech Kempston Cross Back Chapel Chair for £33 each.

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