I am about to embark on six dining room chairs.175 year old dining room chairs I should say.
Of the six chairs, there are NONE the same size! They are all the same shape but they vary in height and width, any where from half inch to one and half inch from the shortest to the tallest.
Two of them (we can put the two that are the tallest and the closest in height together side by side) will be the first thing you see when you walk in the front door and look into the dining room.
How would you do that?
In my mind, I think I should just make all the backs, seats and apron the same and the skirts will be where me make up for the different heights.
Making sure they are all X amount of inches from the floor. Is that right, or am I way off?
I attached pictures of the style the custom wants and the actual chair.
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