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Where to buy a French chair

French furniture has distinct periods. The furniture reflected the style of the time: The plainness of the Middle Ages (a time of few furniture pieces), the heavy flamboyance of the Baroque, the curvaceous Rococo and the elegant sophistication of the Art Deco period. Nowadays, French chairs are available on the market and can bring style to any room, no matter the era. Read this article to know where to buy a French chair.

New

Nowadays, new French chairs are available. These chairs can resemble the older styles of furniture from the Middle Ages onward. These can also include replicas or older styling, black furniture, classic chairs, chairs and Ottomans, and elegant furniture made by more than one modern furniture company. Where to find them Antique style French furniture that resembles the Louis XV era is available at retailers such as Sweetpea and Willow; Chairs in the "Chateau French" and "French Noir furniture" styles are available through The Furniture Market; "French Heritage" chairs are available through the Designer's Studio; French bistro and café-styled tables and chairs are available through Tolix; A selection of antique-styled French chairs are available through Riley Jay Interiors; French garden chairs are available through Garden Pleasures; Multiple French chairs are available through La Maison Blanc.

Old

Antique French chairs are available through many avenues. Antique French chairs can be found at auctions, whether online or in stores. Antique stores also carry antique French chairs that can be in styles, ranging from the Medieval to the Art Deco. They reflect the finishes and materials of the periods. Prices and conditions The prices and conditions of the chairs will vary. If you are not certain whether the chair is authentic, have it inspected by an expert before purchasing it. Stores and websites Some stores and websites that sell antique French chairs are: Selling Antiques which sells antique French chairs from many eras; Antique Tables which sells a range of antique French chairs; Brownrigg Interiors which sells French antique painted chairs and leather armchairs; Alexander and Paul Antiques which sell antique French dining chairs; John Cornall which sells antique French rustic, painted and pine chairs; L'Antique which sells antique French rustic chairs; The French House which sells 19th century antique French chairs; The French Depot which sells antique and replica French chairs; Elizabeth Ann's Antiques which sells antique French chairs.

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