Carver Chair ‘Fifi Rococo Upholstered’ by Cheeky Chairs
The stylish Fifi Carver Chair combines sublime elegance with a vivid fabric from Matthew Williamson
Taken directly from his high fashions from the catwalk, this stunning Rococo chair is the epitome of style with its pre-revolutionary Cuban colours and a whiff of Hemingway whisky and cigar smoke.
A heady mix of late night jazz and Mafia hangouts, this carver chair banishes boring and brings the colour back to interior decor.
The stylised palm leaves conjure up the exotic and blend with turquoise, jade and ultramarine with a final flourish – finished in Charleston Grey eggshell.
You can have your carver chair any way you want with a choice of colours, fabrics, chairs and finishes to give you the chair set that is perfect for your interior decor.
Boha are delighted to showcase a selection of original designer art chairs from Cheeky Chairs
Carver Chair Artist
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.
Matthew Williamson’s career has gone from strength to strength after leaving St Martins College of Art and Design in 1994. By 1997 he had his own fashion house and has never looked back; debuting his first collection at London fashion Week the very same year.
Bright vivacious and bold colours are his calling card. Heady exotic nature shines through his vibrant artistry and has won him many admirers. His work has featured in a Prince video and he has already had a retrospective at the Design Museum.
Over the last five years Matthew has moved into furniture, fabrics, fragrances and more as he invades the lifestyle space to win over an even larger fan base. In 2013, in collaboration with Osborne & Little Matthew went into the world of fabrics and wallpapers which proved extremely popular, and a second collection was launched in 2014.
Matthew Williamson is now an icon in the design sphere and has his own website with a wide range of products from interior design, to fabrics, to clothing and even stationery, beachwear and sunglasses. All of which carry his trademark signature style and aesthetic.