The narrative of the lone chair standing on the threshold, can herald a single persons house, the chair stands as a sentry, not to stop people from entry but to say, "here is a threshold of aloneness". ?

The harsh reality of the chairs position in this context can signify the chairs duty; close to the front door it sits, always alert, always to attention with eyes sometimes slightly to the left and sometimes slightly to the right.

The dual chair threshold suggesting more than one occupant, which allows the chairs to engage in the mirroring of the interpersonal relationships from within the house.