This club chair gives us ALL of the good feels!!!! We love EVERYTHING about it… lets just talk about this phenomenal fabric for a second!! It totally reminds us of the Jack Lenor Larsen fabric used quite frequently by esteemed designer Milo Baughman… It’s STUNNING with its flame stitch geometric zig zag pattern fabric in rich colors of brown, beige, and orange; buttons on the fixed back cushion; and vertically chromed plastic trim on the front of the arms of the chair. The seat cushion is loose, filled with Aire Lux urethane foam by South Aire inc. as is the complete body of the chair, and it is oh-so-comfortable!!!! It’s modern in style but it will blend in beautifully with many décor practices, from mid-century modern to industrial and modern country to western with anything in between; plus, it will look fabulous in any room. In your sitting room next to a wonderful floor lamp, in a corner of your bedroom, next to the sofa in your living room, or next to a window in the office. This vintage club chair is a wonderful example of superior seating and it’s just what you’ve been looking for!
Gaines Furniture Company started in 1952 when Holiday Inns founder Kemmons Wilson contracted with Ben Gaines Sr. to make chairs for the first Holiday Inn hotels. He met Gaines as he was in search of someone to reupholster his own living room furniture and he found Mr. Gaines and his wife Ludie hard at work in their upholstery side business in their garage. She would sew and he would upholster. Wilson and Gaines became friends and business partners. In 1958 Gaines moved the company to McKenzie and Gaines Furniture became a manufacturer of living room furniture for retail markets. It was sold to River Oaks in 1994 which has reorganized as a private company. In 1997 Ben Gaines Jr. opened a new company called New Generations. – Memphis Business Journal
Comfort, versatility, and marvelous modern style! This club chair has it all. Don’t wait, make it yours!!