samedi 28 mai 2011

Les anciennes chaises du palais royal

Pendant plus de 80 ans, cette chaise a eu une première vie dans les jardins du Palais Royal, du Luxembourg ou des Tuileries.
Avant de partir pour la casse, cette pièce de collection a été sauvée et restaurée par LE PRINCE JARDINIER, qui a voulu transmettre aux générations futures cette petite parcelle du patrimoine parisien.
Pour ne jamais oublier son histoire ni être assimilée à une pâle copie, elle est désormais dotée d'une petite plaque en laiton qui évoque ses origines.

Cette véritable chaise du Palais Royal a été restaurée, repeinte et rehaussée de quelques centimètres pour devenir une chaise d'arbitre... Sur un terrain de tennis ou dans les herbes hautes du jardin, c'est une chaise aussi "vintage" qu'originale. Indispensable pour prendre de la hauteur au jardin... 

C'est l'histoire d'un fauteuil du jardin du Luxembourg destiné à la casse, qui connaît une seconde vie de rocking chair de jardin. Restauré, réparé et repeint dans toutes les couleurs, il est aussi beau sur la terrasse que dans un salon.

Au départ, il y avait 2 fauteuils du Palais Royal, sur lesquels tant de parisiens s'étaient assis qu'ils tenaient à peine debout... Le Prince Jardinier les a sauvé de la déchetterie, les a restauré et repeint, et en a fait une superbe balancelle qui donne envie de retomber en enfance ! 

Le Prince Jardinier a imaginé un banc 3 places réalisé à partir de véritables chaises du jardin du Luxembourg restaurées. Les chaises sont
fabriqué en France à partir de matériaux destinés à la casse, dans le respect de l'environnement. 

Fauteuil en vis à vis réalisé à partir de véritables fauteuils du jardin du Luxembourg restaurés.

Le Prince Jardinier a imaginé un transat brouette réalisé à partir d'un véritable transat du jardin du Luxembourg restauré, soudé et repeint... 

Bon weekend



15 commentaires:

  1. Hello Jérome:
    Let us hope that this, a second attempt to comment, does not also disappear into the blogosphere!

    This is such an imaginative reuse of chairs which could so easily have been simply scrapped. We love the way they have now become anything from an umpire's chair, to a love seat, to a rocking chair, and even, as your last picture shows, a wheelbarrow.

    The colours with which they have been painted are really striking and bold. We love them, as we do the way in which the 'new' seats would fit either inside or out, in a traditional or a modern setting, or almost anywhere.

  2. I love the deckchair wheelbarrow; trés nifty!!

  3. Hello Jerome! What a sweet post! Chairs (especially ones not highly elaborate) Are often bypassed. (especially in history) So it is so nice to see a whole colorful post and story behind them! Great share, thanks! :)


  4. Throughout my life I've been passionate about chairs. Antique ones, modern design and....
    As an Antique dealer I saw a lot and had quite a good selection of which most are sold, sadly enough!
    I'm familiar with the Palais Royal ones, but - you show some in your post I have never seen before!
    Brilliant and Bravo!
    Greetings, karin

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