In the current issue of Vanity Fair, writer Bob Colacello interviews Nancy Reagan on everything from her late husband to stem cell research in his article "Nancy Reagan's Solo Role." While the article is full of fascinating information about the former first lady, my eyes were immediately drawn to this photo on the website. The green expanse of lawn, framed by the diminutive Reagan perched upon an elegant, feminine chair, seemed to be the perfect portrait of the quiet, composed woman. Nancy Reagan's interest in high-end fashion was one of her defining qualities during her time in the White House, and the fashionable look of this portrait's elegant chair is definitely an ongoing trend in home décor.
I decided to track down some other chairs that matched the femininity and elegance of Reagan's chair. To see my favorites, read more.