Recent Examples of wing chair from the Web
The hotel’s feminine feel comes from curvy wing chairs, plump ottomans and button-tufted booths.
That’s why the living room, with its traditional-looking wing chairs and Georgian tall-case clock, also has a midcentury Dan Johnson Gazelle chair and a bar skirted with bunny fabric by the artist Hunt Slonem.
Red stools: Drum Ottoman and wing chairs: Shelter Wing Chair (3908) both McAlpine Home collection; leeindustries.com.
Paired with classic upholstered wing chairs, the 54-inch-diameter dining table expands with a 20-inch leaf for special occasions.
One part wing chair, one part Donald Judd sculpture, Sue Skeen’s settle bench in oak, ash or Douglas fir stylishly updates a classic old-English form with the addition of puzzle-like arms and rounded feet.
Those TaskRabbits won’t just be on hand to put together your new Strandmon wing chair.
The sofas and wing chairs, covered in velvet, are soft and inviting.
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WING CHAIR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wing chair for English Language Learners
: a comfortable chair that has a high back with pieces that extend forward at the sides
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