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1940's Swedish Wingback Chair in Sherpa Boucle


Upholstered in a boucle fabric similar to sheepskin, this 1940s Swedish wingback chair feels both modern and classic at the same time. The rounded proportions along with the enveloping seat help to create an inviting and comfortable chair. The durable and soft curly sherpa fabric adds texture to any room.


Materials: Sherpa Boucle, Wood

Measurements: 28" D x 34.2" W x 35" H; Seat Height 14.8"

Year of Production: 1940s

Country of Origin: Sweden

Condition: Excellent, Restored


Swedish modernism emerged in the early 20th century as a response to the industrialization and social changes sweeping through Sweden. Rooted in simplicity, functionality, and craftsmanship, Swedish modernism emphasized clean lines, minimalist forms, and the use of natural materials such as wood, leather, and stone. Designers like Bruno Mathsson, Carl Malmsten, and Josef Frank were instrumental in shaping Swedish modernism, blending traditional craftsmanship with modern techniques to create timeless furniture pieces and architectural designs. With a focus on creating practical, comfortable, and beautiful objects for everyday life, Swedish modernism continues to influence design trends worldwide, embodying a timeless aesthetic that celebrates simplicity, elegance, and functionality.

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1940's Swedish Wingback Chair in Sherpa Boucle



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