Treehouse Custom Chair: 2018 Chair Affair Auction for The Community Warehouse

Treehouse Custom Chair: 2018 Chair Affair Auction

We are such huge fans of the good work that Community Warehouse does year round for families in Oregon, and we were honored to once again participate in their annual “Chair Affair” auction.  

Amy Estrin designed this custom chair called “Treehouse” which features several of our favorite fabrics including Coco, Gaucho, and Dot On

Chair with fabrics including Coco, Gaucho, and Dot On

We hear the new owners are thrilled with their chair, and sweet Pax is quite happy in the only treehouse he will ever get to experience! 

Black cat sitting on the newly upholstered chair

 With a Custom Chair, Details Matter

Close up of buttons on the chair arm

Here is an up-close photo of the small touches that have been added to this chair.

Multicolored buttons on a chair arm

The buttons add a nice texture that is sure to draw attention.

Side of the chair featuring a checkerboard fabric

Here is a side shot of the chair showing off the checkerboard fabric that was used.

Back of a chair featuring a unique black and white fabric

And finally, a view of the back to bring the design together.

 

Are you interested in commissioning your very own “Amy Chair”?  Read more about the custom chair process and get answers to some frequently asked questions here.  

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3 Responses to Treehouse Custom Chair: 2018 Chair Affair Auction

  1. Julia Suliin January 2, 2019 at 8:23 am #

    How much do you charge for reupholstering a chair if we pick out the fabric?

  2. Sarah October 9, 2019 at 11:22 am #

    Is this chair Available for purchase and if so how much?!

    • Victoria Robinson October 9, 2019 at 1:50 pm #

      Hi Sarah,

      Thanks for reaching out. This particular chair was created for last year’s Chair Affair fundraiser, but if you are interested Amy can design a custom one for you. You can read more about that process here: https://w9yards.com/custom-chairs/.

      Thanks!

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