Pièce de résistance: The Bergere Chair

I am particularly fond of the pair of bergere chairs used in the Barrie Benson room we’ve been discussing this week.  Upholstered in that unique ethnic botanical print they really stand out amongst the other mid-century inspired pieces.  Bergere chairs can add a sense of history and substance to any style of room.  And, with the plethora of options (almost every popular furniture maker has their own version)you can most definitely find a Bergere to suite your style!


ROW 1: 1. Striped Linen from Wisteria , 2. French Louis XIV Style from 1st Dibs, 3. French Distressed from 1st Dibs, 4. Louise Chair from Serena&Lily. 5. Octavia Chair from Anthropologie

ROW 2: 6. Abigail Chair from Arhaus, 7. Upholstered Chair from Baker, 8.Charlotte Chair from Arhaus, 9. Bespeckled Bergere from Horchow, 10. Oak Bergere from HiveModern

ROW 3: 11. Marie Armchair from HomeDecoratorsCollection, 12. Moooi Smoke Armchair from AllModern 13. White French Chair from WilliamsSonomaHome  14.Ornate French Bergere from Chaircouture, 15. Marseilles Chair from RestorationHardware,

ROW 4: 16. Louis XVI from 1st Dibs, 17. Oak Club Chair from BSEIDSHOP, 18.Louis XV Bergere from 1st Dibs, 19.Bergere from Selva, 20. French Chair in Black Linen from 1st Dibs,

ROW 5: 21.Hanna Chair from Hudson, 22. High-backed lounge chair from Christopher Guy, 23. Aico Lavelle Bergere from Hayneedle, 24.White Oak Bergere from AddoNovo, 25. The Best Bergere from Safavieh

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