Monthly Archives: February 2012

Teak Horsnæs chair by S. A. Andersen, Denmark

This teak chair, produced by the Horsnæs furniture company in Denmark and (I think) designed by S. A. Andersen, came to me in pieces. The frame and springs were in good shape—but that upholstery fabric!  It was dirty and worn. … Continue reading

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Another Vincent Cafiero executive office chair

I recently got another executive office chair by Vincent Cafiero for Knoll.  Designed in the 60s,  it has been out of production for decades. It doesn’t look so bad here, right?   Finished, done in Knoll’s Classic Boucle in the … Continue reading

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Milo Baughman recliner transformed

I’m back!  I’ve got a backlog of projects for the new year, so check back often for updates.   One of my recent jobs was this Milo Baughman recliner.   I think it was modified in the 70s to go … Continue reading

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