First draft of a short piece of writing I've done. I've included the first paragraph with a link to the text. I would love feedback from anyone with the time to read.
The chair had four rounded legs; tapered cylinders, widest where the four supports met the plane of the seat. Built from cheap materials; the modest wood, which under the force of a fingernail would fracture into soft splinters, was porous to the touch. Woven rope formed a monochrome chessboard which sagged sadly; stretched and baggy in the centre from excessive use or perhaps abuse from a weight which exceeded the chair's expected load. At the edges of the seat the rope itself had began to fray. The formation of negative space developed on the perimeter where threadbare and snapped sinews gave way to holes. Its back, of simple design, incorporated three slats of equal length and girth; held parallel between two larger beams which for purposes of description are analogous to the legs if not for their conflicting functions. The chair was placed somewhat in the middle of the single-roomed apartment. Depending on the viewers taste the room sat somewhere between minimalist and anaemic: objectively, it fulfilled the basic requirements of a living space.