Hickory Chair will close at the end of business on Thursday, December 23rd and will re-open on Tuesday, January 4th in observance of the holidays and to celebrate a vacation week for all employees. As 2010 comes to an end, all of us at Hickory Chair would like to thank you for all your support. As you have turned to Hickory Chair for pieces for your homes or offices Hickory Chair's sales to grow almost 20% this year. This is your gift to us at Hickory Chair. You have allowed us the opportunity to add 80 additional artisans and craftsmen to our staff. Thank you very much!
In the image above, a classic James River dining room complete with the 2469-30 Richmond Dining Table Top and the 2473-30 Saber Pedestal Bases is shown. They are flanked by a set of the 809-02 Connecticut Side Chairs. The James River Collection will celebrate its 70th anniversary in 2011! This classic Hickory Chair collection is the furniture industry's oldest continuously made collection!
In her living room she chose the Boston Side Chairs from the Albert Sack Collection. The chairs are adapted from a set made by John Seymour, a famous cabinetmaker from Boston, our version includes and arm and side chair. Tobi has taken this distinctive form and has updated it with a combination of leather and fabric. In the background hangs a Soleil Mirror and a retired Blackwell Sideboard that was adapted from an antique found at the Winterthur Museum. For more holiday images from Tobi Fairley, please visit her December series on her blog!
In this last image a designer shared a picture of her new baby asleep on the Gidley Chair. The Gidley Chair is retired now but timeless in form. It too was adapted from an antique found at the Winterthur Museum.
We hope you enjoyed these holiday inspired pictures. Have a safe and happy holiday and we will see you in the New Year!