The spokes, which are characteristic of Windsor chairs, are directly sunk into holes in the seat to portray an arc and attached. The natural wood arm goes around as if joining the spokes, resulting in a backrest design characteristic of the Windsor chair.
Conventionally, the legs of a Windsor chair are directly attached to the bottom of the seat. However, maintaining strength is difficult with such a structure. Hence, Dorf uses a cross-type component to connect the seat and legs and ensure the leg strength, which prevents wood from warping, creating a stable chair.