What I really love is the crazy & funky chairs you don’t usually see. You know the ones either tucked under a few things in the antique store from the 60’s or 70’s, the era when I should have been born, or the chair that jumps right out of the magazine at you. If you are like me, it begs you to buy it & if you had the money you would even if you didn’t have a corner to put it in.
Well, I have compiled some chairs that I have discovered whether out at showrooms, flipping through magazines, or searching websites. Here are my sweet finds & I hope you find them just as delicious, or at least tempting, as I did when I saw them! Enjoy my first installment of fun chairs!
|"Living Chair" by Vladimir Tsesler|
|This little beauty was in a store & I LOVED it! I would have bought it if it wasn't so darn expensive!|
|I saw these chairs in a magazine article & this picture became my painting inspiration for my tv trays!|
|The "Holly Chair" by Sintesi reminds me of a modern take on the Louis XIV chairs|
|This chair is made out of Yellow velvet & other colorful material scraps|
|Mendocino Settee from Century Furniture with fabric from the Beatles Collection at Lee Jofa on the back|
|Glamorous Pink Chairs by Sicis Next Art|
|"Cargo Chair"designed by Stephan Schulz|
|Wooden Wing Back chair that I took a picture of at the Walter Lee Culp showroom|
|"Twist Chair" design by Stefan Heiliger|
|"Bouquet Chair" designed by Tokujiin Yoshioka|
|All living chairs made out of arcylic, soil, & plants; photos from Dornob|
|A true "Lawn Chair" that also happened to win the nineteenth Golden Compass, a prestigious award for Italian design by Andrea Sanna and Giorgio Robino|
peace & love,