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