The chairs and tables created by Tilibs & Lacis are kept in an elegant Scandinavian design style. The chairs are available with upholstered seats as well as with wooden seats. The designers of the chairs and tables are professionals in their field, so by purchasing Tilibs and Lacis kitchen chairs, customers can be sure that the chairs perform not only practical furniture, but also the functions of an elegant design object. The furniture we create will fit perfectly in a cozy family kitchen.
Tilibs & Lacis also offers highchairs, which are suitable for children from the age of three. These functional child seats are designed to be safe and available in a variety of colors. They are suitable for children who have just started their eating process.
Tilibs & Lacis offers customers chairs that are modern and practical, as well as made from natural raw materials, using modern technologies and patented chair connections. Our furniture is a design element in any interior and room, regardless of its function and users. Chairs and tables meet quality standards, they are ergonomic and their design creates coziness and comfort for all people.
Historically, the chairs were made mainly in the winter season, when the fieldwork was over. The whole family was involved in the work of the craftsmen - older men made logs, ironed the details of chairs, young, strong men turned on a simple wooden lathe, women braid reed (straw) seats, children cleaned the reeds from dirt and excess layers. During the work, interesting adventures from market trips, local legends, stories, puzzles and puzzles were told.
Chairs were originally a privilege only for the wealthiest families and nobles. In addition, single-person chairs were originally used only for priests and kings. Such a chair pointed to a person's aristocracy and was used to highlight this one person in the background of other people. It was like a throne. The first chairs of this type were around 1100. In the 15th century, Western European furniture masters began to strengthen the backrests and armrests. At that time, the users of this furniture were scientists and intellectuals. Traders, on the other hand, "sat on the money." Both literally and figuratively. They used the then popular chests of drawers with their backs attached and thus could almost always be sure of the safety of their savings. During the festive reception, chairs with cushions were issued only to representatives of royal families. The nobles sat on stools, the lower-ranking courtiers on folding seats, and everyone else stood on their feet.