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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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March 2, 1965 E. c. EVERS 3,171,686 CHILDS SHAMPOO AND STYLING CHAIR Filed March 9, 1964 INVENTOR EUNICE C. EVERS BYWQM I! ATTORNEY United States Patent 3,171,636 CHTLDS SEAN-W00 AND STYLING UHAIR Eunice C. Evers, Rte. 2, Box 130, Hurt, Va. Filed Mar. 9, 1964, Ser. No. $50,327 10 Claims. (Cl. 297-251) This invention relates to childrens furniture including chairs used in various commercial establishments such as barber shops, beauty parlors, dentists and doctors oiiices, schools and the like, and to the manner of adapting such chairs to the comfort and convenience of the child and the person treating the child.
The invention relates particularly to a childs shampoo and styling chair applicable to a conventional chair used by an adult in a barber shop, beauty parlor, or other place for supporting a child in a stable comfortable position to dispel any fear or apprehension so that the child will feel at ease and a beauty operator readily may cut, shampoo, style the hair or perform any other services contemplated.
In beauty parlors and the like Where hair is cut or treated, facials, massages, and other tonso-rial operations are performed, provision for the smaller of the distaif side has been inadequate or lacking and consequently the service has been somewhat of an unpleasant chore both to the recipient and to the operator since the chairs are too large and consequently uncomfortable and improvisations for adapting the same to the support of the child have been unsatisfactory with the result that there has been reluctance to visit such a shop with resultant neglect of the appearance of the child and loss of business for the shop.
To shampoo the younger womans hair a small seat has been applied to a larger chair, but this small seat has had a back which would prevent or make it diflicult for a child to lean backward so that the head could be in the proper position for the shampooing operation and tie device otherwise has proven uncomfortable and unsatisfactory.
It is an object of the invention to provide a childs shampoo and styling chair of simple and inexpensive construction which can be relatively compact for shipment and storage but can be readily applied and adjusted to a conventional adult chair to provide a comfortable fixedly positioned chair in which the user can be relaxed in upright or inclined position so that the head and shoulders or the upper portions of her body are in a osition that shampooing and other operations can be performed readily and easily with minimum of inconvenience to the recipient and effort by the operator.
Another object of the invention is to provide a chair With means whereby it can be readily applied and supported on the arms of the conventional adult chair by means of adiustable brackets which can be readily attached, and with a back which can be disposed either in an inclined rearward position to serve as a back rest or forwardly in a substantially horizontal position to increase the height of the seat, and with an apron or protective covering which can be disposed over the device when it is not in use.
Other objects and advantages of the invention will be apparent from the following description taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawing in which:
FIG. 1 is a perspective illustrating the invention applied to a conventional chair ready for use.
FIG. 2, a perspective illustrating the use of the invention;
FIG. 3, a perspective of the invention;
FIG. 4, a section on the line 44 of FIG. 1;
FIG. 5, a section on the line 55 of FIG. 4;
FIG. 6, a perspective illustrating the invention collapsed and packaged for shipment or storage;
FIG. 7, a front elevation illustrating a modified form of seat supporting brackets.
FIG. 8, a fragmentary side elevation illustrating means for securing the back at any desired angle; and
FIG. 9, a top plan View adding a dual purpose seat belt.
Briefly stated, the invention is a childs shampoo and styling chair having a seat portion with depending movement preventing leg members which engage the seat. of a conventional adult chair, such brackets being received in sockets in which they are laterally adjustable, such seat having padded arm rests at each side of the chair and having a back rest hinged to the back of the seat portion, the back rest being relatively thick to be used instead of the conventional telephone book placed beneath a small person for additional elevation. The back rest is disposable in a rearwardly inclined position to form a support for the back of a child, or in a horizontal position to be sat upon to elevate a child seated theron, the seat portion having a flexible apron attached to the front for disposition forwardly to form a protection for the chair on which the device is mounted, such apron being of a length to enclose the seat portion and having a fastening tab so that it can be disposed over the seat, the forwardly folded back portion, and the collapsed arms and be fastened to the remote rear surface of the seat back to protect the device when not in use.
With continued reference to the drawing, the childs shampoo and styling chair of the present invention comprises a seat portion it) of a width and depth slightly less than that of the seat ll of a conventional chair for adults on which the present invention is adapted to be applied to support a child. ln addition to the seat portion 11, the conventional chair has a pedestal 12, back 13, and arm rests 14,, such chair being constructed so that it pivots on its pedestal.
The seat 2 of the present invention has a back rest 15 pivoted thereto, such back rest being foldable substantially flat onto the seat and being of a thickness to provide additional elevation for a child which is sometimes ccomplished by the use of a telephone directory or book. The back rest is of a width less than the seat portion 19 so that it may fold between spaced arm rests 16 mounted on generally rectangular frames 17, the lower portions of which are releasably secured in grooves 18 by laterally projecting bars or brackets 19 the inner portions of which engage flattened portions 2i) of the frames 17. The outer portions of the laterally projecting brackets 19 engage the upper surfaces of the adult chair arm rests 14 to sup port the weight of the childs chair thereon. The bars or brackets 19 are fastened by bolts and wing nuts 21 to brackets 22 fixed to the under side of the seat portion 10 by fasteners 23 so that they can be moved into parallel relation to the sides of the seat 1% It will be understood that the releasably held arms may be moved about from an upright operative position to a substantially horizontal collapsed position and that the back rest may be disposed in a rearwardly inclined position so that it rests against the chair back 13 or it may be folded forwardly to a horizontal position on and substantially cover the seat portion lil.
An apron 24 is attached to the under side of the forward edge of the seat portion ltl, such apron performing a dual function, one of which is as a covering for the back rest and seat portions of the device when the latter is not in use and another is as a protector for the conventional chair seat 11 from the shoes of the child so that an adult will not sustain soiled clothes when using the adult chair after it has been used by a child. The apron 24 has a tab 25 with a snap fastener 25 for cooperation with a complementary snap fastener 27 attached to the rear of the back 15 of seat portion 10.
Mounting of the seat portion 1% against lateral movement or slippage is accomplished by means of rigid adjustably mounted depending tubular leg members 28 having flattened upper portions 29 received in complementary flattened sleeves 3!) attached to the under side of the seat portion 10, four of such complementary sleeves and adjustable leg members being provided. Each complementary sleeve has a set screw 31 by which the flattened upper portions 29 of the adjustable members 28 are socured in fixed, adjusted position. The adjustable members are provided with lower'ofifset mounting portions 32 which fit into sleeve-like receiving openings 33 of brackets 34 having openings 36 for suitable fasteners 37 preferably attached to the under surface of the seat 11 of the conventional adult chair. With this construction the invention also may be readily applied to an adult chair and removed therefrom; If desired brackets 38 may be employed having lower generally horizontal offset portions adapted to be disposed on the seat 11 to support the seat against slippage or tilting. When the childs shampoo and hair styling chair of the present invention is placed in a conventional chair it will fit between the arms 14 of the conventional chair and be supported by the brackets '19 and solidly held in a fixed position so that it cannot slip or yield appreciably in order that the child will not feel uneasy when placed upon it. If desired the back may be folded down onto the seat 1% so that the child will be seated at a slightly higher elevation.
When the device of the present invention is not in use or is stored or shipped it may be contained in a package as illustrated in FIG. 6 by folding the back 15 downwardly against the seat, loosening the wing nuts 21, turning at right angles the members 19, removing the rectangular arm rest 17 with the arm 16 attached and placing them lengthwise on the seat and on the upper side of the back 15 and folding around the apron 24 so that the snap fastener 26 is interengaged with the cooperating fastener portion 27.
If desired (FIG. 8) the present invention may include means for securing the back 15' in various angular positions, such means including a curved bar 38 having one end secured by a pivot 39 to the backrest 15 and having its opposite end portion extending beneath a clamping bracket 44) attached to the seat it) by means of fasteners 41 and provided with a set screw 42. Whenthis set screw is loosened the seat back can be adjusted with the curved bar 38 freely slideable through the bracket 4% to the desired position whereupon the set screw 42 can be tightened to secure the parts in fixed relation.
As an additional means of performing the dual function of fastening the childs chair in place a seat belt may be provided (FIG. 9) comprising a pair of straps 43 and 44 secured to the seat 15 by fasteners 45 and with rear strap portions extended behind the conventional seat 3 and connected by a buckle 46 for securing the device in place, a buckle 47 being provided at the front so that the straps may be secured about an occupant.
It will be apparent from the foregoing thata relatively simple inexpensixe easily applied and removed childs shampoo and hair styling chair of compact characted is provided which may be applied to a conventional adult chair and by which a smaller person may be supported comfortably and relaxed in an elevated position while being administered treatment.
It will be obvious to one skilled in the art that various changes may be made in the invention without departing from the spirit and scope thereof and therefore the invention is not limited by that which is illustrated in the drawing and described in the specificatiombut only as indicated in the accompanying claims.
I claim:
1. A childs shampoo and hair styling chair for application to a conventional adult arm chair comprising a seat portion of a width and depth to support a child in seated position there-on, said seat portion having a pair of parallel'grooves in its upper surface adjacent its side edges, a pair of genenally rectangular arm rest supporting frames having lower circular portions disposed one in each of said grooves and with a flattened upper surface, spaced b-rackets attached to said seat at each side of the same, outwardly extending members adjustably and detachably connected to said brackets and having outer portions for supportingly resting upon the arms of a conventional adult chair and other portions extending in contacting relation over the flattened portions of said arm rest supportin frames of said seat portion to releasably hold them in arm rest supporting position, said arm rests being adjustably collapsible against the seat of the'chair, a back rest pivoted to the rear of said seat and disposable in a rearwardly inclined position or in a forward substantially horizontal position, said back rest being of a thickness that when it is in its forward horizontal position it will provide elevation for a child seated thereon, a combination apron and cover attached to the front of said seat, said combination apron and cover being of a length to extend from the front over the seat and be fastened to the back, and fastening means for securing said apron about said seat back and arms when they are in collapsed position.
2. The structure of claim 1, and means for securing the back rest in an adjusted angular position, comprising a curved bar attached to one of said back res-t and said seat portion, a clamping bracket secured to the other and a set screw carried by said clamp-ing bracket and adapted to engage and hold said bar and said seat portion in fixed relation.
3. The structure of claim 1, and means for securing the best rest in an adjusted angular position, comprising a curved bar attached-to one of said back rest and said seat portion, a clamping bracket secured to the other,
a set screw carried by said clamping bracket and adapted to engage and hold said bar and said seat portion in fixed relation, and a seat belt having a rear portion for securing said seat portion to the conventional adult seat and having a forward portion for securing an occupant in said seat portion.
4. A childs shampoo and hair styling chair for appli cation to a conventional adult arm chair comprising a seat portion of a width and depth to support a child in seated posit-ion thereon, spaced brackets attached to said seat portion at each side of the same, outwardly extending seat supporting members adjustably and detachably connected to said brackets whereby said outwardly extending members may be carried upon the arms of a conventional chair, elongated means rigidly depending from siaid seat portion,
' positioning means adapted tobe afiixed to the adultarm chair below the arm rests thereof engaging said elongated depending means for preventing lateral movement of the seat pontion to thereby inculcate a feeling of security'an'd a lack of fear in a child when'sea ted thereon, a back rest pivoted to the rear of "said seat portion and disposable in a rearvua-rdly inclined position or in a forward horizontal position, said back rest being of a thickness that when it is in its forward horizontal position it will provide an elevation for a child seated thereon, a combination apron and cover attached to the front of said seat, said apron being of a length to extend from the front over the seat and be fastened to the black, and fastening means for said apron.
5. A childs shampoo and hair styling chair for application to aconventional adult arm chair of the same general usage, comprising a seat portion of a width and depth to support a child seated thereon, an arm at each side of said seat portion mounted for disposition in an upright or generally horizontal position, spaced load carrying brackets extending substantially horizontally outwardly from each side of said seat portion adapted to supportingly rest upon the arms of a conventional adult arm chair, depending angular rod-like members attached in spaced relation at each side to said seat portion, bracket members attachable to a portion of the conventional adult chair below the arm rests and having means thereon engageable s,171,eee
by said depending rod-like members for preventing horizontal movement of said seat portion, :a back rest pivoted to the rear of said seat portion and movable from a rearwardly inclined to a forward substantially horizontal collapsible position for shipment and to provide elevation for a child seated thereon, means for adjustably securing said back rest in an inclined fixed position, strap means attached to said back rest in a manner to secure said back rest in place on a conventional chair and for securing an occupant on said seat portion.
6. The structure of claim 5, and an apron secured to the forward portion of said seat portion, said apron being of a width and length substantially corresponding to said seat portion, whereby said apron may be disposed forwardly to said seat portion in a manner to permit a childs feet to rest thereon, said apron being fold able over said seat portion and said back rest when collapsed to form a protection therefor.
7. A childs shampoo and styling chair of a construction particularly applicable for mounting on a conventional adult chair having a seat including a lower solid portion and side arm portions located at an elevation above the seat, said childs styling chair comprising a seat member of a Width appropriate for positioning between the elevated side arm portions of the adult chair, support members extending laterally from each side of said childs seat member in a position to be supported by the side arm portions of the adult chair, leg means mounted in rigid depending relation on said childs seat member extending beside the lower solid portion of the seat of the adult chair, and means on the lower solid portion or" the seat of the adult chair for engaging said leg means to prevent lateral movement or slippage of said childs seat member in at least one direction relative to the adult chair thereby to dispel a childs fear and make the child comfortable when seated on said seat member.
8. A childs shampoo and styling chair as defined in claim 7 wherein said first-mentioned means comprise a plurality of rigid elongate members, mounting bracket members secured on the childs seat member in spaced relation and adjacent the sides thereof, each of said rigid elonga-te members having an upper end portion securably attached to each of said mounting bracket members for lateral adjustment of said elongate members relative to said childs seat member to adapt the latter to adult side arm chairs of varying width.
9. A childs shampoo and styling chair as defined in claim 8 wherein each of said elongate members comprises a rod of a configuration to extend downwardly adjacent a side of the adult chair seat, said means mounted on the lower portion of the adult seat camprising bracket members each of which is rigidly securable to the under surface portion of the adult chair seat each of said bracket members having a sleeve-like opening thereon for contactingly engaging said rod therein.
10. A childs shampoo and styling chair as defined in claim 7 and including a back rest hingedly secured to the back edge of the seat member for movement from a rearwardly inclined position to a forward prone position in contact with the upper surfiace of said seat member, fastener means on the back of said back rest adjacent its lower hinged edge, a water and dirt impervious apron secured to said seat member along the entire iron-t edge por tion thereof, said apron being of a length sufiicient when open and extended forwardly of said seat member when said seat member is in use to provide a shield against soilage of an underlying adult chair seat and when Wnapped around said seat member when the latter is not in use with said back rest its prone position and with said fasteners on both said apron and said back rest engaging each other to thereby function as a protector for said sea-t member against dust and dirt.
References Cited by the Exer UNITED STATES PATENTS 1,233,263 7/17 Bach 297-36 1,247,161 11/ 17 Silverman 297-251 1,398,253 11/21 Bl-ando 297-17 1,399,744 12/21 Brophy 297-417 1,726,485 8/29 Harris 297-251 1,967,533 7/34 Koop 297-250 2,308,315 1/43 Smith 297-250 2,451,687 10/ 48 Morris 297-37 2,529,532 11/50 Abbott 297-256 2,569,729 10/51 Nold 297-251 2,652,183 9/53 Hlivka 297-385 2,799,322 7/57 Jordan 297-3 2,888,976 6/59 Hart 297-250 FOREIGN PATENTS 1,071,491 3/54 France.
552,47 3 6/32 Germany.
727,445 3/55 Great Britain.
FRANK B. SHERRY, Primary Examiner.

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1. A CHILD''S SHAMPOO AND HAIR STYLING CHAIR FOR APPLICATING TO A CONVENTIONAL ADULT ARM CHAIR COMPRISING A SEAT PORTION OF A WIDTH AND DEPTH TO SUPPORT A CHILD IN SEATED POSITION THEREON, SAID SEAT PORTION HAVING A PAIR OF PARALLEL GROOVES IN ITS UPPER SURFACE ADJACENT ITS SIDE EDGES, A PAIR OF GENERALLY RECTANGULAR ARM REST SUPPORTING FRAMES HAVING LOWER CIRCULAR PORTIONS DISPOSED ONE IN EACH OF SAID GROOVES AND WITH A FLATTENED UPPER SURFACE, SPACE BRACKETS ATTACHED TO SAID SEAT AT EACH SIDE OF THE SAME, OUTWARDLY EXTENDING MEMBERS ADJUSTABLY AND DETACHABLY CONNECTED TO SAID BRACKETS AND HAVING OUTER PORTIONS FOR SUPPORTINGLY RESTING UPON THE ARMS OF A CONVENTIONAL ADULT CHAIR AND OTHER PORTIONS EXTENDING IN CONTACTING RELATION OVER THE FLATTENED PORTIONS OF SAID ARM REST SUPPORTING FRAMES OF SAID SEAT PORTION TO RELEASABLY HOLD THEM IN ARM REST SUPPORTING POSITION, SAID ARM RESTS BEING ADJUSTABLY COLLAPSIBLE AGAINST THE SEAT OF THE CHAIR, A BACK REST PIVOTED TO THE REAR OF SAID SEAT AND DISPOSABLE IN A REARWARDLY INCLINED POSITION OR IN A FORWARD SUBSTANTIALLY HORIZONTAL POSITION, SAID BACK REST BEING OF A THICKNESS THAT WHEN IT IS IN ITS FORWARD HORIZONTAL POSITION IT WILL PROVIDE ELEVATION FOR A CHILD SEATED THEREON, A COMBINATION APRON AND COVER ATTACHED TO THE FRONT OF SAID SEAT, SAID COMBINATION APRON AND COVER BEING OF A LENGTH TO EXTEND FROM THE FRONT OVER THE SEAT AND BE FASTENED TO THE BACK, AND FASTENING MEANS FOR SECURING SAID APRON ABOUT SAID SEAT BACK AND ARMS WHEN THEY ARE IN COLLAPSED POSITION.
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