Black Kitchen Chair ‘Daisy by Cheeky Chairs Upholstered in Tizzy Peaks by Jon Burgerman’
Our perfectly proportioned Black Kitchen Chair Daisy is wearing Jon Burgerman’s wonky take on the classic zigzag Tizzy Peaks, finished in Jack Black.
Cute and curvy, Daisy is perfectly petite. With a fan-shaped back, she creates a contemporary twist on the traditional kitchen chair. The seat is traditionally upholstered using natural materials for both craftsmanship and supreme comfort. A versatile and timelessly stylish piece.
Doodle art is the creation of Jon Burgerman. The cheeky graffiti style designs are a medley of imaginary creatures, abstract shapes and doodles.
Stylish yet practical, the Daisy black kitchen chair will brighten up any kitchen table with her contemporary twist an the traditional kitchen chair.
Do get in touch if you would like to commission your own unique combination of Designer Fabric and Finish.
Boha are delighted to showcase a selection of original designer art chairs from Cheeky Chairs
Black Kitchen Chair Designer
From their workshop in the Weald of Kent, Cheeky Chairs are putting fashion into furniture with their sumptuous range of chairs and bar stools.
Cheeky Chairs like to do things a little bit differently. They’ve banished boring with a delicious kaleidoscope of colour to make your home all the more bright and beautiful.
They are passionate about colour, and have curated a fine collection of chair models which they’ve adorned with some of the most vibrant, designer fabrics possible.
These fabrics have been specially selected from the worlds of fashion and interior design to deliver a completely unique art chair.
All Cheeky Chairs are sustainably produced. Raw chair frames are crafted from carefully sourced ash or beech. The art chairs are individually upholstered using traditional methods and natural materials such as hessian, calico, coir stuffings and pure new wool for a superior level of comfort.
Jon Burgerman is a British born artist who now resides in New York, where he uses his multiple artistic talents to great effect.
His work covers pop art, fine art, documentary making and much more besides. One of his most popular art forms is the Doodle, where he is a leading figure and prolific artist.
Burgerman even started a Pop Art band called the Anxieteam, which signed a record deal and played to audiences across the globe with an album release and many singles.
In 2013 Jon was the co-producer of the documentary The Great Hip Hop Hoax, which was directed by Jeanie Finlay, and he has also appeared in documentaries about his own work, such as Off The Record, and Made You Look.
Often a keynote speaker around the world, Burgerman performs at events and conferences and runs creative workshops. These workshops focus on ‘quiet interventions’ where non-permanent actions, done subtly and cheaply, can be an agent of change in the world and a catalyst for behaviour change in people and in their world.