Appalachian heritage and contemporary lines
Brian Boggs built his first ladderback chair in 1982 and launched a career spanning over thirty years. A blend of Appalachian heritage and contemporary lines, the Berea collection embodies relaxation and homestyle comfort. At once stylish and nostalgic, ladderback chairs, barstools and rockers fill a unique space in our environment.
Years of research into ergonomic engineering have brought a genuine comfort to the traditional beauty of our ladderback chair. The woven seats cushion you while the slatted backs support your lumbar. Additionally, the chair is designed to be sturdy but lightweight for easy movement.
Each of our chairs are handmade in Asheville, North Carolina, using our fine selection of hardwoods and a variety of colors of shaker tape.
LADDERBACK SIDE CHAIR
LADDERBACK ARM CHAIR
LADDERBACK BAR STOOL
LADDERBACK ROCKING CHAIR
Wood Species & Shaker Tape Options
While cherry remains the favorite option for most of our clientele, we build our ladderback chairs using any of our hardwood species. These include black walnut, Honduran mahogany, black cherry, maple, oak and ash.
Shaker tape comes in various colors to match any décor.
Can I use one of your ladderback chairs on my porch?
How long until I can receive my ladderback chair?
Do you ever use hickory bark for weaving the seats?
In the past, Brian’s chair design included a woven bark seat. However, his design now calls exclusively for shaker tape and we no longer offer a woven bark option.