When you find a classic chair with good bones, the only logical next step is to breath new life into it, which is exactly what our designers in the Tumbleweed studio did with The Eloise Chair. This antique looking piece got an updated fresh look with a gorgeous Black and White striped mudcloth to go with the black painted wood frame.
Mudcloth is one of the design world's hottest textile trends, which is amazing considering it has been around for ages. Mudcloth, or bogolanfini, is an ancient Malian textile (dating back to the 12th century). Traditionally, it involves coarse, hand-spun cotton strips going through a long series of dyeing processes—first in a bath with leaves and branches, then numerous dye cycles in fermented mud (hence the name)—to achieve minimalist, symbolic designs.
The durability of Mudcloth makes it an excellent choice of textile for upholstery, pillows, even shower curtains and it looks amazing on this chair!
Overall: 36" H x 25" W x 20" D
Seat Height: 18"
Arm Haight 26"