Parker Knoll Chair

Parker Knoll

A beautifully restored pair of exposed wood Parker Knoll fireside or occasional chairs. We meticulously stripped and waxed the frames, bringing out the natural grain and lustre of the wood. The chairs have been expertly reupholstered, blending timeless elegance with modern comfort.

A pair of Parker Knoll exposed wood chairs. We wood-stripped and waxed the frame and Reupholstered.

Parker Knoll Chairs before

We tend not to publish the “before” images often as they can make our website pages look a bit drab. However, I think this pair of Parker Knoll chairs made in 1950 justifies showing you what we can produce. Consider how much service this pair of chairs has given over the last 74 years. After our restoration, you can see how great they look, how sturdy they feel, and how comfortable they are. This usable pair of chairs are a design icon and from an environmental standpoint It’s the perfect way to furnish your home, and from a design standpoint, why wouldn’t you want something beautiful, interesting, and unique in your home?

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About BJ Upholstery

We restore and reupholster quality, important, historic, antique, and retro soft furnishings. Sherborne – Duresta – Vale Bridgecraft – Parker knoll – Ercol – Cintique – George Smith – Wesley-Barrell - Tetrad Furniture - Delcore - Heals designer sofa - Jane Churchill - Multiyork - Howard and Sons Exceptional repair, alteration, restoration, manufacture, and reupholstery services. Our experts are available nationwide to cater to your needs. Whether you require reupholstery, repairs, alterations, or a complete restoration, we have you covered. Our skilled craftsmen pay attention to every detail to ensure that your furniture is impeccably crafted and restored to its former glory - maybe better. - for when it needs to be perfect - We offer expert upholstery services. Let me or my team know any questions - always glad to help. Jo Griffiths.