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Chairs when centered on simplicity, serenity and seamlessness interiors have a funny way of transforming an ordinary room into something spectacular. Being one of the major accent objects amongst the furniture’s, it’s evolved to become more tailored and intuitive over the years. But at times it can be a bit confusing to decide which of these would look great for a particular space. Be it Modern, Classic or Contemporary, Chairs! Will they ever go out of style? We doubt it. So, to help you make the right choices, we have prepared a guide that exemplifies a brief summary and the usage for the application of some varieties of chairs in various interior settings.
The classic Egg Chair designed by Arne Jacobsen was made in 1958. This design has ever since been moderated and utilized in various ways as it’s high curved back and rounded bottom gives it great volume and works well in open modern spaces with high ceilings, like a loft or a library.
The Swan Chair is the Egg Chair’s cousin which was conceived simultaneously around the same time in 1958. The Swan Chair was the most influential of its time for its seamless curvature. This particular design of chair with its vintage swagger, wide arms and a low back sits perfectly as a marvelous side or lounge chair.
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1956 with a plywood frame and leather cushioning but now comes in the color, leather grade and base style of your choice. This museum piece is typically coupled with the ottoman and would look fantastic on a shaggy area rug in a super sleek living room surrounded by fun vintage accents.
Also made in the 1950’s, Harry Bertoia was the experimental genius behind creating the Diamond Chair. Weightless and sturdy, this customizable sculptural piece remains a classic and compliments any space from a lush garden patio (with or without the cushion) to the smallest reading nook by a window.
Florence Chair was a 1954 creation. These were clean lined and boxy hence became modern classics because of the versatility they offer. We would highlight this large chair using a colorful or printed area rug with organic shaped side tables for added interest.
EIFFEL BASE SHELL CHAIR
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1948, it has only become more popular since its inception and used readily today as a side chair. This classic chair can be set in a dining room or used to offer a resting place for the kicking off of shoes in a casual foyer.
Though designed in 1963, this retro modern Ball Chair still manages to looks like something out of the future! Eero Aarnio created the prototype for what would be the most unconventional chair of its time. Today this design caters the home furnishing industries as one of the pop asscent designs all over the globe. The chair works well in any open living space or lounge space to create a playfully relaxing atmosphere.
The Bubble Chair again is almost the cousin of the Ball Chair. Except this new and improved chair was reduced and suspended to lessen the bulk of the Ball. This design looks marvelous in a modern space with simple classic and retro modern art and accessories, along with tons of natural light!
This sexy Tulip chair is famous for the curvaceous impression. It is a pure expression of modernism and is as popular today as it ever was. The Tulip makes a great side, dining and desk chair and would look great in a modern or traditional space with minimal modern furnishings and a table that is subtle enough to let this chair do all the talking.
1. Modern style concerns itself with a perfect blending of form and function, with minimal embellishments and a beautiful minimalism. A perfect example for it would be a Parson chair (a simple chair with clean lines that would fit nicely into just about any area of the home).
2. Contemporary design, covering any and all minimalistic styles, which are currently new and thriving. They can reach into the upper levels of luxury, depending on build quality and style.
3. Comfort is always a factor, as is the visual sense. The seat material of a dining chair defines how it feels when in use, and how it looks when being displayed. Upholstered seats are the most comfortable option, with a soft texture and cushioned bottom. Upholstered seats can be found on any and every type of frame, either matching or contrasting with the rest of the chair.
Leather seat dining chairs are incredibly popular for good reason: they offer the comfort of a typical upholstered chair, with the rich sheen and luxurious quality that only leather can imbue.
5. Wood frame chairs often come unadorned with upholstery. Instead, they may sport a molded wood seat, for a more direct, minimal look, while still offering comfort and style. Dining chairs with wood frames are by far the most popular models you’ll find when shopping. The most traditional build material is also the most varying, offering a wide range of styles and shapes.
6. Metal / Brass frames are popularly used in moderncontemporary interior decor themes. It can be found holding any variety of seat for the dining room.