Frank Lloyd Wright Boynton Dining Chairs
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Boynton Dining Chairs
Designed in 1907 for the E.E. Boynton House in Rochester, New York, these chairs were not built as drawn, probably because of the compound curve in the back. The chairs that were built have flat back panels that are closer to vertical.

Working with the archivists at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Copeland has researched Wright's original drawings and created a process for manufacturing these elegant, comfortable dining chairs.

These chairs look beautiful with the Dana-Thomas Grand Extension Table or Extension Table.

side chair: 17" x 20" x 40 1/2" H
arm chair: 21 1/2" x 20" x 40 1/2" H

Solid hardwood options: Quartersawn White Oak or Cherry
Finish options: Parkton Oak (17), Madison Oak (27), Parkton Cherry (13) or Natural Cherry (03)
Upholstery options: Copeland fabric/leather selection or customer’s own material (COM)

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