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Furniture: Midcentury Slipcovered Chairs

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Furniture: Midcentury Slipcovered Chairs

Julie Carlson February 07, 2011

Masculine midcentury chairs get a feminine twist when covered in printed fabrics from contemporary fabric designers like Susan and Katharine Hable of Hable Construction or Mary Mulcahy of Les Indiennes.

Above: A steel tube chair rehabilitated with Beads patterned canvas fabric from Hable Construction; via Chairloom.

Above: A midcentury swivel chair with a cotton slipcover made from Les Indiennes fabric.

Above: Remodelista’s London editor, Christine Hanway, covered an Ercol 203 armchair in a black and white stripe from Ian Mankin.

Above: A midcentury rocking chair covered in a Virginia Johnson alligator print.

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