There was just something so very French about these two chairs placed so haphazardly in a medieval dwelling, that I was fortunate enough to visit.
I could not resist the colors & worn patina of this sagging but still used seat.
Another photo of the medieval house I visited, reveals a number of various style chairs from different periods, along with beautiful aspects of a structure built in the middle ages.
Although, not an old chair or even a very interesting one, there was still something appealing about this lone chair, with it's cushion, placed in front of it's table, looking out toward the view, while the cat sleeps silently by.
This table & chair, seen in a yard filled with abandon old cars, made me think that it may have once had a life in a beautiful garden, much like an impressionist painting.
I just liked the patterns & colors of this chair & it's habitat.
You can not have a collection of photos of French chairs, without at least one picture of a classic café table & chair.
I fell in love with this tiny, antique, child's chair sitting on a ledge next to a plant & the river just behind.
Although, not really a chair, I felt I had to include this built in bench from the same medieval house. I guess you could think of it as a sofa from the middle ages, where I don't think you would have found too many couch potatoes.