Since the Audry II tabouret was so successful, perhaps an other “strange and interesting” chair will be equally successful.
I’ve just completed the first of two new Roorkhee chairs. These two are made with lighter colored, softer leather than the previous chair. I like the more rustic, irregular color of the tanning of these chairs. It sort of fits with their camp chair pedigree.
If you’re not familiar with the Roorkhee chair, check out my previous post about the opening of the display window at the shop. These chairs are very comfortable, very portable, and for sale at the shop in Fremont (dog not included).