The Polleras Club Chair is everything it purports to be: a ‘just right’ scale, a subtle, urban transitional air with a refined nailhead border accenting the flow of its frame. The seat is slightly deeper than you might think, and with our magnificent, proprietary spring-down cushion and Ergo-Flap TM-equipped loose back, well, you’ll feel like you’re sitting in a basket of Labrador puppies. As with all WILLEM SMITH seating, our sustainably-harvested hardwood frames and 8-way hand-tied seat decks will stand the test of time (and of the neighbor’s 6 year-old practicing his high jump landing). Tailored in fabric or leather, the Polleras Club Chair has quickly entrenched itself as poster child for all things WILLEM SMITH. Sit it to believe it!
All of the WILLEM SMITH pieces are meant for a lifetime. Below are some straightforward tips to help you easily preserve the beauty of your collection for years to come.
Enjoy. Host yet another three-hour dinner party in your Etesian chairs. Curl up with a long novel in our Francisco. Our uncompromising attention to the construction of each piece assures your WILLEM SMITH collection will endure and endure. Our classic, clean lines and our conscientious provision of the highest quality and most appropriate materials assure your pieces will be simple to maintain.
If you have specific questions on caring for any of your WILLEM SMITH piece, please call us. We would love to hear from you.
Dust can cast a dull pallor, masking the inherent beauty of our carefully selected woods. Frequent dusting not only allows you to pass the white glove test and recoup the wood’s sheen, it removes airborne pollutants which could scratch wooden surfaces. An ever so slightly dampened, clean, soft cloth is our tool or choice; it effectively removes and traps dust from becoming airborne again. Periodically, to restore the natural luster, polish wooden furniture with a lint-free cloth, working in the direction of the grains as much as possible.
We love using leather on our chairs. Nothing sits and swaddles like a well designed and built club chair in a great leather. And properly maintained, leather will last – and look terrific - four times as long as fabric.
Caring for leather is straightforward. Note that many people don’t use any products on their leather: if it isn’t drying out, it’s happy.
Rules 1-10 are to avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight and to direct heat.
Regular vacuuming (yes, vacuuming) is a simple and effective method to keep the surface clean.
For most leathers it is safe to occasionally wipe your leather with a clean, damp cloth followed by a dry cloth.
Blot (don’t rub