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Explore - Chairs
The 1958 molded plywood stacking chairs by Norman Cherner are perfect for home, office or cafe. The seat is made of laminated plywood of graduated thickness, from 15 plys to 5 plys at the perimeter...
The new Cherner swivel base task chair is a further development of the classic molded plywood Cherner Chair. A strong, lightweight and graceful addition to the home or office, the Cherner task...
A molded plywood children’s chair made with the same attention to detail as the adult classic, but with a unique shape and proportion for children. Durable and beautiful for the home or...
Solid natural beech wood simple chairs with transparent corrugated polycarbonate seat and backrest. By Jasper Morrison for Magis.
It's one of life's greatest simple pleasures when there's one seat in the house that looks as good as it feels, and there's no place you'd rather be than proudly lounging. Design legend Sir Terence...
This model has nice curves. The high back exaggerates the design and provides support, while the shallow frame allows it to fit into smaller areas. Available in over 2,000 environmentally friendly...
This spare chair from Nikari proves that boxy is indeed beautiful, and finished Finnish wood feels fine.
A set of eight circa-1941 dining chairs by George Nakashima, constructed of one of his favorite materials, black walnut; each is complemented by a seagrass-covered seat.
Pierre Jeanneret conceived of this teak-and-cane set for Punjab University in Chandigarh, India, in 1955. One has a stenciled mark on the underside.
A pair of Model 6380 chrome-and-leather chairs by George Nelson, circa 1962. The manufacturer's label appears on the underside.
Isamu Kenmochi's Model T-3010 is circa 1965, created for Yamakawa Rattan. It features a small circular upholstered seat cushion.
For the avid gardener, ivy is more foe than friend. Not so for the avid sitter, for whom the powder-coated Ivy is instead an invitation to outdoor relaxation.
Inspired by the work of the Sarasota School of Architecture, this accent chair features a solid natural oak frame with an interlocking truss base and finger joint detailing on the arms.
This outdoor dining setup comes with either an FSC-Certified recycled teak top, or three different colors of glass (shown in black). The seating has either all weather chairs or stools, both...
This lounger uses FSC-Certified recycled teak and very durable Sunbrella cushions. It's very comfortable and works well with the rest of the Icon outdoor line. Comes in 6 different colors.
Ergonomically shaped to support the curvature of your back and cushioned in thick leather-covered padding, the Lolling Chair and matching Ottoman provide the perfect resting place for hours of...
More than 20 years into his career, Jasper Morrison has little to prove. His designs eschew kitsch in favor of timeless qualities that speak to the nature of the object he is designing in this case...
Don’t call it a Comb Back. The classic Windsor chair gets a multinational makeover via Patricia Urquiola. Gone are the spindled legs and gently curving wood, replaced with geometric accents...