The Deco armchair draws its design and feel from many influences from the 30’s up the the 60’s, it has a metal tubular frame with a walnut ply veneer shell that has a beautiful stitched leather seat.
In the 1930s, furniture designs adapted to the form, with smoother surfaces and curved forms. The masters of the late style included Donald Deskey who was one of the most influential designers; he created the interior of the Radio City Music Hall. He used a mixture of traditional and very modern materials, including aluminum, chrome, and bakelite, an early form of plastic. The Waterfall style was popular the 1930s and 1940s, the most prevalent Art Deco form of furniture at the time, these pieces were typically made of plywood finished with blond veneer and with rounded edges, resembling a waterfall.