Burnham Windsor Armchair

Designed by Matthew Hilton for De La Espada

Made in Portugal

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Burnham by Matthew Hilton for De La Espada is a Windsor chair named after a neighboring village of High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, where the Windsor chair originated. The chair uses traditional Windsor chair-making techniques in order to further the story, the evolution of the English Windsor chair. The contrast of the black walnut seat on this otherwise ash chair attractively highlights the wedge tenon detail where the leg intersects with the top of the seat. Burnham is part of a family of Windsor chairs including two dining chairs and Kimble Windsor Chair.


Available in solid European ash with a solid American black walnut seat with Danish oil, white oil, or black oil finish. NOTE: Only one oil option may be chosen for the chair.

Crafted at the solar-powered De La Espada factory in Portugal and rigorously engineered with the support of De La Espada’s product development team and expert craftspeople. Durability, comfort, and aesthetics combine for a product that lasts a lifetime.

Timber is sustainable solid wood from North America and Europe, offering long-term repairability of the surface. Natural color and grain variations in every plank make each piece an individual. Traditional wood joinery bonded with wood glue ensures structural integrity. All finishes are non-toxic and applied by hand, sprayed, or rubbed.

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Founded in 1993 and based in Northern Portugal, De La Espada is industrial design with a warm heart, where luxury is expressed through tactile materials and obsessive detailing. De La Espada has a strong belief in the power of design to transform people’s lives, and their products are created with this in mind—the human being is at the center of everything the brand does.

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