William Morris (1834–1891) was one of the original forces in the "back to basics" trend in architecture, home furnishings, tiles, and fabrics that became known as the Arts and Crafts movement. One of the furniture pieces that he is best known for bears his name – the Morris chair. His chair was slightly different than the chair pictured here– the design was more Victorian England – but the idea was the same. The back could be adjusted into several different positions, the cushions were removable, and most importantly, it was comfortable.
Visually, this chair invites you to sit down and relax – a result of the sloping arms and side rails, the warmth and color of the wood with upholstered seat and back. Few people who see this chair can resist the desire to sit in it. And few who sit in it can rise without regret. In fact, our Morris Chair demands a footstool so much so that we've included it in the price.
Shown in Quarter Sawn White Oak with English Oak Stain (Images 1-6)
Fabric The price of this piece includes the upholstery labor but not the actual cost of fabric. If you choose to purchase this item, you will need to supply fabric which we will then have put on your piece.
- Requires 5 yards of fabric
- Add $850 for leather
We work with Greenhouse Fabrics out of High Point, NC and the Leather Hide Store. If you have questions, please call 1-800-842-6119. We will be glad to assist you with your fabric selection.
Dimensions 33 5/8"w x 34"d x 38 3/4"t
Made In The U.S.A.