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Width: 41 cm
Height: 80 cm
Depth: 44 cm
With its thick padding of high resilience foam and velvet fabric upholstery, the Dining Chair is ideal as a reading chair or a favourite relaxation seat. The splayed metal legs in glamorous gold give the Dining Chair loads of character as well as providing a extremely stable base. Overall dimensions: 44cm x 41cm x 80cm. From Sokoni.
Width: 36 cm
Height: 45 cm
Depth: 32 cm
Use them as a side table in the living room, bedside table in the bedroom, sitting stools for your balcony or outdoor set-up, storage bucket, or stand-alone piece in an empty corner. Overall dimensions: 36cm x 32cm x 45cm. Bring home these astonishing artistic masterpieces from ArtissIn, the sub-brand of Artiss, to show off your creativity and style. Buy from Ozily Furniture.
Width: 44 cm
Height: 80 cm
Length: 53 cm
This upholstered chair is suitable for long meals, spending precious moments with family and friends or for indulging in some relaxing me-time. The chair stands firmly in place due to the metal underframe. Dine in style and comfort. MÅNHULT Chair. black/Hakebo yellow-brown. Buy it from IKEA.
Width: 22 cm
Height: 40 cm
Depth: 21 cm
Fits LANGUR high chair. The padded material relieves pressure on the child’s body and is soft and comfortable to sit on and lean against. The cover is machine washable and easy to put on and take off. LANGUR Padded seat cover for highchair. Recommended for ages 0-3 years. Get it from IKEA.
Width: 42 cm
Height: 99.5 cm
Length: 53.5 cm
Dimensions: 42 x 53.5 x 99.5 cm (W x D x H) Seat depth: 42 cm. It provides a comfortable place for your family to have dinner in the dining room or read and rest in the living room. This set of 2 dining chairs is aesthetically and ergonomically designed to make a cosy highlight in your living space. Seat height from the ground: 46 cm. Backrest height: 54 cm. At Sokoni.
Width: 68 cm
Height: 95 cm
Length: 94 cm
POÄNG Rocking-chair, Skiftebo yellow Timeless design and endless comfort have made POÄNG a beloved armchair for over 40 years. As a rocking chair, the bent shape is retained and the comfortable resilience reaches new heights. The high back gives good support for your neck. Purchase from IKEA.
Width: 35 cm
Height: 90 cm
Length: 50 cm
Suitable for small children to sit at and play, draw, do crafts or set the table for a cosy picnic in the garden. The furniture is light but steady, and your child can carry them from room to room or out into the garden. Recommended for ages 3 – 6 years. MAMMUT Children's stool. Get it at IKEA.
Width: 40 cm
Height: 33 cm
Depth: 38 cm
Your child can use it as a footrest, a seat or stand on it to reach things that are stored higher up. Simple for your child to elevate and move, since it has handles on both sides. Stable on the floor, it won’t tip when children step on it. yellow 40x38x33 cm. TROGEN Children's step stool. Get it from IKEA.
Width: 50 cm
Height: 76 cm
Depth: 46 cm
You can stack the chairs, so they take less space when you're not using them. You can remove the dampers if you do not need to stack the chairs. You can start using the chair immediately because it is ready assembled. JANINGE Chair. From IKEA.
Measure both the width and the depth of the space where you'd like to put a chair. The most accurate way is to use a measuring tape. Hold the beginning of the tape down at the edge of the area, and let it run to the other edge. Make sure the tape is parallel to the side of the space, as otherwise you get a value larger than the reality. If the distance is larger than what you can stretch to with your arms, ask a friend to assist, or split what you need to measure into multiple parts. This can be done by either holding the tape down halfway and continuing running it while letting the first end go, or by marking how far you measured on the floor or wall, and reposition the tape to complete the measurement. If you want to avoid drawing on the floor, you can position a pointy object like a pen there instead. Make sure to avoid dead places where the piece of furniture won't be able to go like electric sockets. Also don't forget to take the height of the space and the item into account wherever the ceiling is low like in loft rooms.
Sir James Ware, who lived from 1594 to 1666, writing about this same stone which is set in the Coronation Chair, says:
"Nor ought we to pass by unmentioned that fatal stone, antiently called liafail, brought into Ireland by the Tuath-de-Danans, and from thence in the reign of Moriertach Mac Ere sent into Argile to his brother Fergus, but which was afterwards inclosed in a wooden chair by King Keneth to serve in the coronation solemnities of the King of Scotland, and deposited in the Monastery of Scone, from whence it was at length removed to Westminster by Edward I. Wonderful things are reported of this stone, but what credibility they deserve I leave to the judgement of others. In particular fame reports, that in times of heathenism before the birth of Christ, he only was confirmed Monarch of Ireland, under whom, being placed upon it, this stone groaned or spoke, according to the Book of Hoath."
One can imagine what grief it caused to Ireland when this sacred stone, endeared by a thousand superstitious ideas, was removed and taken to England.
If you will hunt among old documents, both in this country and in England, you will find frequent mention of "joint stools." I could give many extracts from old wills which specify these stools, and I show one in Figure 64. The cradle does not properly be long in this article, but when I reflected how often a weary mother had sat on that same joint stool and rocked that cradle, I let it stay. It must have been in pretty constant operation in some of those pioneer families, where twelve children were an ordinary num ber, and twenty not very unusual! Such a cradle and such a stool, no doubt, found their way Over in many of the earliest lots of household gear, since, though these patterns were found by 1560, they were made till a century later, and when once part of the house hold goods of a family, descended till they fairly gave out from excessive wear.
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