Woodworking for my dual project completed. Just needs a sewing machine to put upholstry and zipper on the back cushion. This is a modern Morris Chair and Ottoman. Morris chairs were made in the early 1800's and while styles may differ, mine is a mission style, others are victorian, etc., they all have a recline function. Long before Lazyboy, the recline is afforded by the upper pins which can be placed in the upright, mid, or recline positions. Extremely comfortable sit! This was one of my most challenging projects as meaaurements must be spot on everywhere, or it will be out of square and not function properly. It is all kiln dried, solid cherry wood that I milled on a jointer and thickness planer to desired dimensions. All joints are pinned mortise and tenon to assure long life and sturdiness. Cherry darkens over a few months so the color just gets richer. Finish is boiled linseed oil mixed with beeswax. Nice thing about that finish type, anytime I want to refreshh finish, just clean off with damp rag and reapply....no resanding, ever. Time for taxes and fertilizer!