Aidan Gray Wants You to Have a Seat
Kimberly Reed . Oct 16, 2012
Aidan Gray has a thing for quiet elegance when it comes to seating. A little caning here and a little tufting there. Of all the options that we have seen on the market, the quality of their product is by far the best. There is a simple luxurious feeling when linen meets distressed wood and it draws me in like a laser beam. Quite and subdued for a neutral french look, but quite nice with pops of color and a little modern or industrial. Oh the choices...
Ferrel Dining Arm Chair has a chalky gray wood finish, dark textured linen for the seat, and beautiful caning for the back. The legs and arms are exquisitely carved and the detail overall is stunning.
Quinn Tufted Salon Chair is constructed with durable oak and upholstered in a perfectly natural linen. English rolled arms and button tufting complete the look of this classic and timeless chair.
Olivia Salon Chair in hemp colored linen is a unique take on a classic wing back. Unique curves and design elements take this number far from grandpa's study and into a contemporary setting.
Ethan Arm Bench, with it's delicate carving and natural caning, is that perfect piece for that perfect spot. The natural linen and barnwood finish feels old yet some how revamped.
This version of Aidan's Andrew Bench is finished in stone gray and has a cushy top cushion instead of tufting. The ties remind me of a graceful ballerina in her toe shoes floating across a stage. The padded arms are a perfect feature.
And then there is the Isla Settee. My favorite piece of the whole collection. This little love seat is just gorgeous in bleached wood and natural linen, but you should see it in the Black Coal finish as well.