Upgrade your dining-room with antique parlor chairs. Apart from their obvious functional use, they also introduce plenty of chic and sophistication into the interior. Carved solid framework, eye-catching upholstery and details are sure to make the dining zone stand out.
Queen Victoria Wing Chair
Stunning 18th century parlor armchair designed in French style. Densely padded with thick foam and upholstered in beige fabric with ivy leaves pattern. Features decorative carvings along the wooden frame.
Victorian Parlor Fabric Side Chair
This enchanting, inspired by Victorian style chair will lighten up any living room, den or kitchen table in antique style. Wooden, handcarved grapevine motives surround padded back. Cushioned seat with decorative fringe along the edges.
Queen Victoria Parlor Fabric Side Chair
With this Side Chair you will be able to transform your dining room into a luxurious royal chamber. Inspired by Victorian style, the chair features a lacquered poplar hardwood frame, floral pattern fabric upholstery, medium density foam cushion, and hand-carved Venetian accents.
Queen Mary Parlor Wing Chair
Stunning button tufted wingback chair designed in French antique manner, upholstered in cotton with vintage floral pattern in ochra color. The dark stain poplar hardwood frame of the furniture has intricate carvings.
This kind of chair not only provides a comfortable sitting space, but it also looks very stylish. It provides a retro style and it is very solid thanks to its hand-carved hardwood frame. It measures 22.5"Wx18"Dx37"H.
This elegant chair resembles a throne. It will perfectly fit for any sophisticated and stylish lounge, which requires this type of furniture. It is made of wood, which provides it with stability. It is also upholstered with material which makes it convenient.
It is a set that includes four vintage French renaissance style side chairs for your elegant dining room area. They make you feel like a king. The red finish is beautiful and cushioned seats are very comfortable.
Add fantastic comfort to your dining area with these beautiful two Universal Furniture Castella dining side chairs. They have got a cherry veneers with solid hardwood construction and elegant design.
The hand carved antique replica Victorian parlor chair adds style, beauty and comfort to your living room area. If you looking for a stylish and sophisticated chairs, you have to choose this one.
Riverside Channel Back Chair Totally
Antique Louis XIV Style French Parlor Arm by ZoeysUberChicLoft, $329.00. Adore this!!
Want your room this romantic...first hire Anne from Euro Trash, next try painting walls really dark, white furnishings help contrast, just lovely...
John Henry Belter parlor chair. The highly ornate Rococo Revival style presented in this room would have been considered the height of fashion in the 1850s.
We would love to snuggle up by the fire in this cozy living room! More fall decorating:
I love this colour, texture and style of furniture - reminds me of the age of sherlock holmes and 'ladies' and 'gentlemen'
Victorian Period- You can tell by the design at the top of the chair. This is more of the gothic style of the chairs because it is so bold and heavy,
Because every woman needs someplace to go to when life becomes too much....or they just look gorgeous
Early Victorian couch, Painted WHITE and aged. RE-worked pattern...love it. Would be beautiful for bridals.
Have Buck's office double as a fancy living room aka parlor? Don't want too much room dedicated to a fancier living room....better just make a fancy ish durable LR than an extra room that is a parlor.
Living Room - This exotic space is a charming melange of artfully constructed & designed palette with selected objects - an artistic appreciation of personal expression. Cleverly conceived.
I love those chairs... Definitely I'm interested in doing what this smart cookie is doing in New York... Maybe I could be the Canadian connection.... : )
Sofa (from a Rococo revival parlor set), 1850-1870, probably Boston, MA. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Antique Victorian Renaissance Revival Parlor Chair Orig c.1870's
Antique Walnut Victorian Eastlake Lady's Needlepoint Chair
antique dough bowl, victorian furniture and hide
Refinishing Vintage Iron Sweetheart Ice Cream Parlor Chairs via shesingswedance
His and Hers Victorian Parlor chairs at The Depot today. Shabby Chic in green; leave as is or paint white and cover in muslin. In the Weaver Room - Dealer 9m on the corner.
J.H. Belter Fainting Couch. Ha, I so need this. Dys and POTS friends can you imagine a day when fainting was so accepted that they made furniture for it?
Image detail for -... Walnut French Victorian Style Parlor Chair | Maine Antique Furniture
1944 Edward Wormley for Dunbar | From a unique collection of antique and modern wingback chairs at
Antiques and Collectibles - Victorian Furniture - Wicker Chair
Armchair - Herter Brothers, manufacturer (New York)Armchair, ca. 1872–1873Walnut and walnut burl
I would love to own this chair... I would kill to own this chair myself but we will pretend I am joking
This is how I'll remake the old little chair I found!
European Antiques : Furniture
Victorian Gentleman's Parlor Chair
A stunning pink Victorian sofa! One for your board, @Kelly Teske Goldsworthy Rose Catherine B Mahoney ❤
Victorian ladies parlour chair..would look great with settee received as Xmas gift 2012!
A Rare form John Henry Belter Double Chair loveseat, This rare form is unique & made only by Belter. The back of this piece is all laminated rosewood. (I don't think this is really Belter....)
Antique Pewter: Eye For Design: Decorating In The Primitive Colonial Style
Fine RARE Set Four French Louis XVI Parlor Chairs Pierre Bernard C 1766 80 | eBay
Childs Ice Cream Parlor Chair Vintage Wrought Iron | eBay
Beautiful pair of 1880's style parlor chairs with period fabric
ELEGANT VICTORIAN J H BELTER HENRY CLAY ROSEWOOD PARLOR SET
Armchair c. 1850-1860 Maker: John Meeks, 1801 - 1875 Maker: Joseph W. Meeks, 1806-1878 Mabel Brady Garvan Collection and the Marie-Antoinette Slade Fund, by exchange 1990.6.1 The ideal parlor in the mid-nineteenth century required a seven-piece seat
The Victorian parlor chair was transformed into a PEACOCK CHAIR! Details on my blog-->
French Country, looks like these chairs have the upolstery painted. A great way to rescue a chair without paying for new upolstery.
Victorian Oak Hall Tree. Pretty sure my GMA has one of these in her old Victorian house.
Victorian interiors. Home interiors were quite dark with busily patterned wallpaper. From a picture rail hung oil paintings, etchings, engravings, silhouettes, water colours, stitched needlework samplers and hand embroidered reproductions of famous paint