The Bautac Chair is a traditional Louisiana plantation chair found in the homes of Creole and American planters from the time of the first settlers through the early 1800's. It is sometimes referred as a Plantaition or Campache Chair due to the many regions and styles in which it has been found that range from the Yucatan, the Caribbean as well as the Southeastern United States. This style chair can even be found in Thomas Jefferson's home Monticello. This is my interpretation of this of this design based on original antique from personal collection. This chair has the best of both form and function. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing but it one of the most comfortable chairs I have ever found. I make it using Louisiana Pecan or Mahogany and leather. It complements every setting timelessly, from traditional such as A. Hayes Town designs to a modern, contemporary décor.
Dimensions: 29"W x 37"H x 36"D