Published at Tuesday, 28 August 2018. Ottoman Table. By Dorthy Boone.
When the chair started out, Rosewood was kind of the the high-end the look to get and since then, we've replaced that with a Santos, which is a little bit more environmentally friendly from here, the layered veneers go into a press which acts like a big waffle. Iron. Applying a precise amount of heat and pressure to bend the wood, the process hasn't changed that much really. It's still laminated pieces of wood bound together by a glue molded under pressure and heat against a master form.
So when you put your legs on the Ottoman, it's already compliant buttons provide tufting to the upholstered, cushions cinching, the foam and leather to give the finished pieces their shape strength and that cushions appeal sheets of plywood or veneers are fed into this conveyor where they receive A coat of glue on both sides, then the veneers are sandwiched alternating dry sheets with glued ones. The wood grains are crossed for added strength.
The wood grain that you choose really gives a lot of its its character.
They were always looking at understanding how things work, how they would go together, how the simple honest use of materials would fit together to meet a particularly need. They toiled relentlessly on their designs, not satisfied until they got every detail, just right, the choices of materials, be it the the fillings inside the the pads, the quality of the leather. The fact that it's upholstered leather, so that the leather is creased and already prepared to give and conform to the body, all our aspects that were designed aspects of the chair not just kind of accidental results.
The manufacturing process hasn't changed much in 50 years. Lounge and ottoman is still made mostly by hand in its quality. It is so correct. It is so truthful that it cannot be improved upon. It all starts here with the highest quality leather, high they're laid out and examined for any slight imperfections.
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