Home Style: The Sultana Chair… Again!

A dose of interior design inspiration:

Mulhauser Sultana Chair

Do you remember this chair? I featured it in this Home Style post last January. Designed by George Mulhauser for Plycraft in the 1960’s, the Sultana Chair is a work of art. Well, imagine my excitement when I spotted it again! Then, imagine my surprise when I discovered that both images are of the same home in Oregon. While the chair in the January post was located in a dark and dramatic kitchen, this one is in a bright and airy guest bedroom. The pair of vintage Sultana chairs is a family heirloom passed down from the homeowner’s parents. To view the complete set of images of this gorgeous renovation, follow the NY Times link below. But first, let’s not ignore the simple, elegant wood desk supported between two built-in cabinets. I just love functional beauty!

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Photo Credit:  NY Times

Home Style: The Sultana Chair

A dose of interior design inspiration:

George Mulhauser Sultana Chair for Plycraft

This kitchen is beautiful, but the chair steals the show.  It is a functional work of art.  Created by George Mulhauser for Plycraft in the 1960’s, the Sultana chair is a rare treasure.  Cheap?  No.  But in my opinion, a masterful design such as this is just as worthy of investment as any painting or sculpture.

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Photo Credit:  My New House