Frame Colour: Black lacquered
Cover Colour: Vanilla
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The “Steven” high director’s chair is especially popular as a make-up chair. The armrests are collapsible and the backrest is slightly angled. With its tall, crossed legs and comfortable footboards, the “Steven” is just as suitable for use on a film set as it is for use as a make-up chair. It is also very popular in the equestrian sport industry.
Here is a list of the sectors in which this high director’s chair is frequently used:
and many more
The story behind the name “Steven”
Our “Steven” chair is flying high with its name derived from Steven Allan Spielberg. With a seat height of 76 cm this chair is, like its namesake, one of the highest in the world of film. Steven Spielberg is considered to be one of the most successful ever directors and producers (measured by the box-office income of his films).
It is rare to go through life without having seen one of his films. Some of his most famous works include Jurassic Park, E.T. and War of the Worlds, among others. He has already been nominated for 15 Oscars!
Information on the type of wood and the upholstery fabric used for the chair
The black lacquer protects the solid beech wood and masks the grain of the wood to near invisibility. This gives this chair, produced exclusively in the EU, a very clean, modern look. The hinges and/or fittings are all made exclusively of steel.Please notice that beech wood is not weather-proof. You should not leave the chair outside permanently. Please simply fold it and store it, if it is not used.For mere outdoor purpose we recommend our directors chair Oscar in Iroko wood (similar to teak).
The covers with a touch of yellow are made of durable polyacryl and are water resistant and lightfast. The high quality of the material easily withstands many folding processes without losing its shape.
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