Bespoke for you - Parker Knoll 1028 Statesman Chair
Here at Reloved we specialise in renovating Mid Century chairs. A particular favourite, and one of our signature chairs is the beautiful Parker Knoll Statesman.
Parker Knoll was established over 150 years ago in 1869 by Shoreditch born cabinet maker Frederick Parker. The company have designed many beautiful chairs over the years, and when mixed with contemporary fabrics, Simion’s expertise and eye for detail, these chairs make a perfect addition to your home.
Image credit: Parker Knoll
Parker Knoll’s renowned 1028 Statesman Chair was first launched in the 1970s, but sadly went out of production in the early 1990’s.
Since starting Reloved Upholstery in 2014, Simion has brought many beloved Vintage Statesman’s back to life, and always enjoys seeing the final result in an array of different fabrics.
This is where you come in!
Fancy owning your very own Vintage Parker Knoll Statesman upholstered in your choice of fabric? Now is your chance!
We can even include a matching Statesman footstool to complete the look (and of course for maximum comfort!)
Simion will give this modern classic vintage recliner a transformation to complement your home, whether modern, contemporary or a little retro.
The chair is completely stripped back to the original shell, repaired and reupholstered taking it back to how it would have looked when it came out of the Parker Knoll factory in the 70s, only with a few added Reloved touches like beautiful topstitch detailing and handmade buttons.
Simion completely restore the solid aframosa-wood base. He repairs, reupholsters and Reloves the chairs at our Greater Manchester workshop.
Now to put the puzzle back together!
Fabrics included in the restoration include Kirkby Design's 'Leaf' collection, Abraham Moon and Sons 'Melton' range, or Linwood 'Lana'. Other fabrics options are available on request as an upgrade cost. Please do contact us if you'd like to chat about the possibilities available.
Have you inherited your own Parker Knoll treasure and would like to see it brought back to life? Just get in touch, we'd love to chat.