Hill House Chair by Charles Rennie Makintosh
The Ladder-back chair - formally known as the ‘Hill House Chair’ - was created for the primary bedroom of a house Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed in 1903. With a towering linear slat back made of solid stained ash wood, the chair is lightweight in construction and structurally sound. A perfect example of the arts and crafts design movement, and Mackintosh’s love for challenging design construction.
This example features a newly upholstered seat of grey velvet.