A pair of Thomas Hope designed stools
A pair of stools covered in in black leather with a black painted finish edged in gold, after a design by Thomas Hope.
Size; 44 cm D x 50 W x 48 H
Thomas Hope’s influence over the newly-coined ‘interior design’, continued long after his death in 1831. Thanks to the posthumous popularity of his book and the enduring appeal of his collected artefacts and designed items of furniture- many of which remain on display in museums such as Victoria and Albert to this day. The Regency Revival of the 20s and 30s launched a fresh wave of interest in Hope’s works. Today, the novelty and exceptional quality of Thomas Hope’s personally designed pieces of furniture command great admiration with collectors all around the world and they can be seen displayed in some of the finest homes.