Musical Chairs

It’s time to pull up a seat. Hundreds of affordable design pieces are going to auction, including this exciting array of armchairs.

Photo: Florian Klauer
Photo: Florian Klauer

Lots Road in London’s Chelsea has a diverse and enviable array of furniture and design pieces going under the hammer in their 22 September auction.

While tables, mirrors, cabinets and drawers are going to be finding new homes, there is also a huge variety of chairs on offer – in all kinds of varying periods, styles and colours. Whether it’s dining table chairs, sofas, loungers, or a standalone item you’re after, the affordable price tags affixed to these pieces means you won’t want to go beyond Lots Road. 

Streamline Lounger Chair. Photo: Lots Road
Streamline Lounger Chair. Photo: Lots Road

This streamline lounger chair in oak is attributed to Kem Weber. The 1932 piece is in black and white materials and bears patent labels. It measures 60cm in width.

Coalesse Bob Lounge Chairs. Photo: Lots Road 
Coalesse Bob Lounge Chairs. Photo: Lots Road 

In a beautiful sky blue, this pair Coalesse Bob Lounge Chairs was exclusively designed by Pearson Lloyd. They each measure 110cm in height.

Dining Chairs. Photo: Lots Road
Dining Chairs. Photo: Lots Road

These Regency dining chairs come in a set of 10. The chairs are beechwood stimulating rosewood and brass inlaid, with red chenille drop in seats. 

After Eileen Grey, Bibendum Style Chairs. Photo: Lots Road
After Eileen Grey, Bibendum Style Chairs. Photo: Lots Road

These Bibendum-style chairs, after Eileen Grey and in racing red, are 73 cm in height. 

Salon Chairs. Photo: Lots Road
Salon Chairs. Photo: Lots Road

This pair of Louis XV style chairs are regal in nature, with its green-cut velvet upholstery and grey painted and parcel gilt frame. The chairs measure 94cm in height by 56 cm by 51 cm. 

Gainsborough Armchair. Photo: Lots Road 
Gainsborough Armchair. Photo: Lots Road 

Finally, though there are many more unique chairs on offer, this 19th-century Gainsborough armchair in George III manner is upholstered in red stripes with carved showframe and cabriole supports. 

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