A set of two beautiful rustic brutalist oak chairs in faux leather upholstery in the style of Charles Dudouyt from the 1950s. These lounge chairs carry a strong reminiscence of the style of Charles Dudouyt. The solid oak frame structure is ornamented with crafty round spheres on the top of the uprights. On both sides of the frame we see another interesting adornment where rather slim pillars fill up the space. A black faux tight leather sling seat is stretched over the arm -and backrests of the frame and attached with brass buttons. All together, giving these chairs an appearance that can be an unorthodox addition to your interior. These chairs definitely have some wear and tear consistent with age and use, however we think this adds to the authenticity of the item. Upon request of the customer, these chairs can be refinished.