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May 10, 2013
Whether it was Frank Lloyd Wright’s signature red or Le Corbusier’s favorite shade of blue, the modernists loved primary colors. Here, we’ve rounded up six of our favorite furniture pieces in the classic hues.

Topiary Loveseat by Richard Schultz

"I wanted to design a chair which looked like a shrub pruned to look like a chair," says Richard Schultz about his Topiary loveseat. $3,150
 
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GT Rocker by Gus*Modern

Inspired by retro car interiors, this modern rocking chair is made from FSC-approved wood and powder-coated steel. $1,150

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Blue chair with cork seat and metal legs

Boet Stool by Note Design Studio

A cork seat supported by metal legs pays homage to a bird's nest. Handily, boet means just that in the studio's native Swedish. From $283
 
Originally appeared in Boet Stool
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yellow sofa

Mayor Sofa by Arne Jacobsen

Jacobsen designed this canape in 1939 for the city hall in Søllerød, Denmark, and it has never been produced for the retail market. Its Danish modern form is updated with bright yellow upholstery (though it’s also available in gray and black for the less adventurous). $6,495

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Pliny Chair by Loll Designs

Bring some retro style to your deck or patio with the Pliny outdoor lounge chair. Inspired by classic vintage spring chairs, Pliny is made from stainless steel and recycled high-density plastic and is available in seven colors so you'll be eco-friendly and look good, too. $499.00
 
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Baobob Coffee Table by Ionna Vautrin

Inspired by Madagascar's national tree, baobab, French designer Ionna Vautrin created this atypical shaped coffee table for contemporary furniture company, Moustache. $898 Photo by: Benjamin Graindorge

Originally appeared in Product Spotlight: Baobab Coffee Table
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topiary love seat

Topiary Loveseat by Richard Schultz

"I wanted to design a chair which looked like a shrub pruned to look like a chair," says Richard Schultz about his Topiary loveseat. $3,150
 

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