A sofa with a similar name was popular at Habitat last year. John Lewis will be hoping that its Hendrick midcentury-style accent chair also catches your eye.
It should, especially if you love Scandinavian design from the middle of the 20th century. That’s pretty much the inspiration here, as you can see from the imagery.
Actually, don’t get too hung up with the images, as there are a variety of different colour options for the upholstery and the wood. It is all about the shape here.
That shape and design offer an exposed oak frame, some subtle curves to the wood frame, and a sloped back. Plenty of chumky cushioning too, which is a big thing if you are buying a chair. After all, you want to be comfortable as you sink into a chair like this and the model here is a comfortable seat. Sometimes it’s all about the look and the comfort somhow gets overlooked. Not here.
As I said, there are a variety of finishes available and the choice of what you go for in terms of the finish does reflect on the final price. However, as a guide, the entry-level price for this stylish seat is £399.