Ja­co­bite ris­ing

The Irish Times - Thursday - Property - - Interiors -

Hedgeroe Home is min­ing both the Ja­cobean and Baroque pe­ri­ods with its new Bob­ble arm chair. Pic­tured in a dark black­berry stain, wor­thy of the Court of King James its bar­ley sugar frame is pure Span­ish baroque, an ar­chi­tec­tural style called Chur­rigueresque, be­cause it was a no­table char­ac­ter­is­tic of the work of three ar­chi­tect broth­ers of the Chur­riguera fam­ily.

The fab­ric, pic­tured, is one of the firm’s own de­signs and the seat costs ¤1,065, as pic­tured. You can also buy it with just plain linen cov­ers, ¤820, and up­hol­ster in the fab­ric of your choice. The oc­ca­sion chair, 63cm by 80cm by 63cm, will need three me­tres of fab­ric and forms part of a new col­lec­tion in­spired by a Ja­cobean an­tique ta­ble that dec­o­ra­tor Re­becca Roe spot­ted in Lon­don. The range in­cludes a din­ing chair and bar stool and is avail­able in a white wash. hedgeroe.com

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