Pair of Rosewood Chairs in Bouclé Fabric designed by Otto Schulz
The Pair of 1950s Rosewood Chairs in Bouclé Fabric, masterfully designed by Otto Schulz, epitomizes a seamless blend of timeless elegance and contemporary sensibilities. The chairs’ graceful organic lines form a captivating silhouette that captures the eye. Rooted in a classic shape, they effortlessly bridge the gap between vintage charm and modern aesthetics. The choice of sumptuous bouclé cream upholstery adds a soft, inviting touch while imbuing a modern edge that harmoniously melds with various interior styles. The rosewood frames exude a warm richness, enhancing the chairs’ visual appeal. Otto Schulz’s ingenious design marries comfort and style, making these chairs not just functional seating but also artistic statements, offering a harmonious convergence of classic sophistication and contemporary allure.
Otto Schulz (1882-1970) was Swedish interior designer, furniture designer, publisher and founder of the furniture company BOET in Gothenburg. He mainly produced opulent upholstered furniture, as well as lavishly inlaid, decorative box furniture style-wise between functionalism and traditionalism.