Designer Chairs: Helen Green Chair Collection

Designer Chairs: Helen Green Chair Collection

December 20, 2016

Helen Green launched her own design company in 2002. The interior designer often does exclusive private residential projects, she also works with developers and hotel clients. In addition, Helen also put in motion her own bespoke furniture collection. Sadly, the brilliant designer passed away in 2012, however, the show must go on, and Helen Green Design is still active by producing high-quality designs and keeping Helen’s genius ideas alive.


The collection is a complement of classic and modern design homes. Take, for example, the Savannah Chair which beautifully crafted with statement inset arms and a low comfortable seat. As expected, it works magnificently well in a bedroom or a relaxed drawing room.


The Getty chair may be small but is a perfectly formed white armchair. It would sit quite well in either a more masculine or feminine modern design interior.

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Gracie Dining Chair belongs to Helen’s upholstered dining chairs collection. It is beautiful, elegant and sophisticated.


By beautifully curved back, the Dandy chair becomes as comfortable as practical. It lends itself perfectly to a contrasting pipe detail. This piece can be used as a side chair or as a set of dining chairs.


The next chair is quite appropriate for casual or formal dining room settings and is entitled the Tara Dining Chair. It is also perfect for a modern decor.

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The Easton Carver chairs are popular for being used in either a dining or living room design.

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Source: Helen Green