Chatwin Lounge Chair with Leather Upholstery
The Chatwin was the starting point for the collection and is based on one of the most functional and timeless chair designs. Often referred to as the Safari or British Officers’ chair, it was originally designed by the Indian Army Corp of Engineers for the British Army in the 1890’s. The chair, like its classic predecessor, can be broken down to all of its components.
Our seating collection is comprised of 30 chairs, stools, and benches. Every chair is made to order and because we offer a wide variety of material options it’s rare that we ever produce the same chair twice. Prices may vary depending on materials chosen.
The Chatwin is also available as a dining chair or as bar and counter stools.
Wood: 26 woods from light to dark and several specialty finishes
Fabric: Canvas and Perennials.
18 indoor fabrics.
Seven indoor/outdoor fabrics.
COM – 4 yards – 50” goods subject to approval.
Leather: 100 + upholstery leathers from Moore & Giles
COL – 55 sq. feet.
English bridle leather strapping colors:
black, dark chocolate, havana, saddle, cognac and coach
Outdoor in unfinished white oak or teak and Perennials fabrics
23 3/8” W x 23 3/8” D x 32” H
seat cushion: 20” x 20” at 17" H
- Depth: 23.125 Width: 23.125 Height: 32
- Lead Time
- 10 Weeks or longer (Made to Order)
About Richard Wrightman Design, Ltd.
Richard Wrightman’s take on campaign furniture combines the vernacular of traditional form with a modern aesthetic, mixing memory with invention and creating pieces that subtly reference the spirit of the original idea – furniture built for travel.