Found this Porter Chair on.
Namib Desert was the inspiration for NAMIB armchair: its distinguish attributes combine the struggle between the Atlantic waters and the desert sands
As soon as I entered the Fair I saw this original typical German Strand Korb or High Back Beach Chair.
Fab.com Flash Sale. Dome Chair Bones Silver, 35% off
Talk about a chair made for the Reaper. This vintage dome chair has been stripped and re-upholstered with hand-printed fabric by the ladies behind voila! Studio. Their intensive process has paid off; this is truly a one-of-a-kind piece. Deep charcoal fabric has been hand-printed with gray images of the nervous and skeletal systems inside the chair and a skeletal torso in silver ink on the back. The ornate wood frame of this piece has been painted in silver as well. With such decoration, this statuesque piece of furniture deserves a place to be admired from all sides.
Found this Hooded Chair at 1stdibs. I’ve become more interested in the porter’s chair recently. I’ve even created a separate Porter’s Chairs pinterest page.
There is an interesting post onciting some of the high back chairs I’ve shared here and on Happy Hotelier.
Actually I should say I’ve been interested in porter’s chairs without knowing what they were called…
We have a small series here about The High Back Beach Chairs (Strandkorf or StrandKorb) of Bartelmann., mainly those moderately reclining models with a high back that can protect you against wind and a bit of rain as well. I’ve devoted one post exclusively to the Strand Korb:
The Floriade is a one in ten year event in the Netherlands where all horticulture is brought together in a huge fair where the horticulture industry of The Netherlands and from abroad presents itself to the general public. It is a real spectacle. It still lasts until October 7, 2012.
The Floriade Park covers 66 hectares and encompasses 5 unique themed worlds separated by wooded areas. Each world has its own decor, programme and activities. Worlds in which you’ll see, feel and experience nature in a totally different way each time.
I’ve visited it in June and found this reasonably priced (€ 1,500) Black Strand Korb from modern materials rather than the willowy ones from the past. The distributor wrongfully named it a Beach House.