According to Edward J. Wormley, modernism means freedom to mix, to choose, to change and to embrace the new but to hold fast to what is good. This was his M.O. with the Sullivan Chair, an enduring accent piece born during the 1960s, which is sure to stand the test of time. The frame is made of solid European birch and is available in all of our custom finishes. The chair is shown here in muslin (see the price list for other fabric options), and in a handsome upholstered version to illustrate how fabric and finish choices make it a versatile piece. The Sullivan is in our Dunbar Collection.