Regency style furniture comes from the small but influential period of 1811 - 1830, when Prince George, Prince of Wales was the British Regent. The great designers of the time were taking influence from the French, who in turn were drawing on the ancient architecture of the Greeks and Romans.
Regency pieces are often seen with scroll like features, decorative cabriole legs and tend to be smaller or lower in stature as to show off the grandiose wall art that they may stand in front of. It was a time where luxury and elegance was blended with extravagance and flair, creating some of the most elaborate and striking pieces of design seen in the 19th century.
Our studded velvet chair has all the notable features of a truly stunning Regency piece. Its elegant low back has a luxurious scroll figuration and the subtly outwardly curved cabriole legs create a sleek profile fit for a king or queen.
Crafted with a solid mango wood frame and richly textured mustard yellow velvet it oozes sophistication, gentility and decadence, bringing that 19th century 'je ne sais quoi' to your home.
Available in Royal Blue / Emerald Green / Mustard Yellow / Candy Pink / Smoked Grey / Red Brick / Midnight Black / Zebra Print / Leopard Print / Tiger Print
Here at Brown and Ginger we promise to do our best to have a positive impact on our environment, we've switched to paper tape which is not only easier for you to open (no scissors required!) but it's easier on the environment. We also use 100% starch packing chips which simply melt away under water and FSC certified voidfill paper.
Only where absolutely neccessary do we use plastic packaging which has been re-used from other packaging, come with the product from the factory or, when shipping mirrors or particularly delicate items, to provide the extra protection to stop the items breaking in transit.
We have also recently made the switch to eco bubble wrap for those items where we want to make extra sure it gets to you safely. This is green and can be recycled with your other plastic.
We're working with our suppliers to reduce their use of plastic and will always do our best to ensure we're being as ethical as possible in all of our practices.