- In this Conversation Piece series, we take a look at 10 statement chairs that are sure to turn heads and get tongues wagging.
The cartoon simplicity of these camping chairs belies the craftsmanship that went into their molded and laminated beech-wood construction. Unlike the activity from which they take their name, we recommend keeping these indoors.
After a long day at work it would feel so good to sit down and settle back in black. Victor's FSC-certified maple frame gives a geometric edge to the soft Belgian linen cushions; This armchair was designed by Paul Loebach for Matter, and is one of a series featuring two sizes of sofa and an ottoman.
- Merriam-Webster defines a table as: A piece of furniture with a flat top and one or more legs, providing a level surface on which objects may be placed.
This chair was initially released in 1948 with the catchy title No. 70 and later became known as the Womb chair thanks to its inviting embrace. A padded and upholstered fiberglass shell sits on a polished chrome steel frame. Covering options vary.
Honeycomb aluminum top with natural-stained oak veneer, powder-coated steel tube base
This. Pouffe. Is. Huge. Though Sushi comes in different sizes, this large round donut is more round mattress than circular ottoman. With that in mind, Edward van Vliet's statement piece would work wonders in a living room where space (or cost) is not an issue, but an emphasis on lounging around is essential.