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DP Chair: Ultra Modern Take On A Rocker And Lounge

Fri, Feb 27, 2015 | Chairs

Now it’s the 21st century and designers are getting more and more creative with their modern approaches to the traditional things. In bright white and rainbow colors, Alex Petunin’s DP Chair almost looks like it’s got a candy-coated center. The design is modern, versatile and vibrant, the chair can be used in two distinct ways – as a lounge for...Continue Reading...


Sibirjak Lounge Chair And Ottoman Made From Birchbark

Fri, Jan 16, 2015 | Chairs

Using a decades old Siberian handcraft, Russian designer Anastasiya Koshcheeva created a modern lounge chair made from birchbark. Birchbark is a natural material that’s flexible, durable, and strong, while also being water-repellent and antibacterial. Koshcheeva decided to reinterpret the tradition into a modern technique by using it for the material of...Continue Reading...


Modern And Colorful Bi Silla Chair By Silvia Ceñal

Fri, Sep 5, 2014 | Chairs

Silvia Ceñal has build a chair named Bi Silla for the manufacturer Two Six. It’s a simple and modern colorful chair, which can be adapted to different spaces due to its symmetry. The piece is rather simple in itself: a light wooden base upholstered with fine fabric. The chair is covered with exceptional fabric and soft cushions, and what I like most is...Continue Reading...


Dreamy Balloon Chair Creating An Illusion Of Flight

Mon, Apr 28, 2014 | Chairs

Balloons are dreamy and loved by everybody – from the smallest children to grown-ups. That’s why many designers get inspired by them and create their pieces connected with them – a balloon lamp, a sofa, a seat and so on. This Balloon Chair by h220430 is a very dreamy piece made of leather, steel and urethane balloons. The chair aims to recreate the...Continue Reading...


Modern Relaunch Of Colorful Bowl Chair Designed In 1951

Thu, Feb 13, 2014 | Chairs

The Bowl chair was originally designed by late Modernist architect Lina Bo Bardi in 1951, and Italian brand Arper launched a limited edition version of the Bowl chair. Bo Bardi envisioned the Bowl Chair as flexible in structure while universal and essential in form. But, as with all of Bo Bardi’s designs, the ultimate emphasis remains on the human...Continue Reading...


40 Mid-Century Chairs To Get Inspired

Sat, Dec 7, 2013 | Chairs |

Mid-Century modern is an architectural, interior, product and graphic design that generally describes mid-20th century developments in modern design, architecture and urban development from roughly 1933 to 1965. Mid-century style is trendy right now, and many designers create various pieces of furniture inspired by this style. The mid-century chairs are...Continue Reading...

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Plastic Lacquered Ming Chair – New Sort Of Classics

Fri, May 11, 2012 | Chairs

Classical things are always fashionable, it’s a style that is always actual and modern, such things are often expensive because it’s a symbol of social status and taste. In Asia a classical Ming-chair is one of such things.  Young Taiwanese designer Pili Wu offers another sort of classics, it’s a red ‘Plastic Classic_Lacquered’ chair. It has a...Continue Reading...


Multifunctional Everyday Chair Comfortable For Work

Fri, Apr 27, 2012 | Chairs

This is an amazingly simple but comfortable piece – it’s Wilmer T chair by Stefan Borselius for the Swedish furniture company Blå Station. It’s a multifunctional chair that lets you work or relax with two swivel-based tables at your reach. They’ve added a new function to the everyday chair by making it comfortable and easy to work in. The round...Continue Reading...


Colorful And Cozy Pompom Chairs And Rugs

Tue, Apr 3, 2012 | Furniture

If you want some cozy piece, soft and sweet, pay your attention to this collection called Bommel by MYK. The German word Bommel means pom-pom, so it’s clear where these furniture items got their name. The pom-poms are made of quality wool – bundled, rolled, tied, cut and crafted entirely by hand in Germany. The pom-poms are skillfully hand...Continue Reading...

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Crazy Colorful Meltdown Chair

Tue, Dec 20, 2011 | Chairs

This crazy colorful chair is PE stripe meltdown chair by British designer Tom Price. He used unconventional materials and methods of a stack of colorful woven plastic rugs on a solid stainless steel frame. The rugs are set in the shape of the mould, cooling into the finished product. The designer says that the chair is a collaboration with materials,...Continue Reading...


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