Charles Eames Style Lounge Chair – White

This reproduction sold by Interior Addict is based on the legendary Eames Lounge Chair that was designed in 1956 by Charles and Ray Eames. The Charles Eames Lounge Chair offers comfortability without losing any of its high design style. The creation of comfortable, ergonomic furniture does not come naturally to top level designer furniture, but Eames’ focus on usability built a bridge between iconic design and practicality. You can find this iconic chair by clicking on the link on the right side of this page.

This Eames Lounge Chair reproduction is a very accurate representation of the original design but can be purchased at a much lower price from Interior Addict than original pieces. Next to that, it enables you to buy it completely new and with a one year warranty. The Eames Lounge Chair reproduction can be purchased with the Ottoman as pictured below but these furniture articles are also available separately.

Charles Eames Style Lounge Chair - Interior Addict

This reproduction gives you the opportunity to customise the chair according to your own taste. While this picture shows a white leather, this model is also available in chocolate brown leather. The texture of the leather can also be semi or full aniline Italian leather. To help you decide which leather you prefer, a sample can be ordered from the Interior Addict site. This chair has a seven-ply real wood veneer and it is also possible to choose between walnut wood or a rosewood which has a warmer, red colouration.

The Eames Style Lounge Chair has a 15 degree recline and luxurious, 6-inch thick, foam cushions which makes it a perfect chair to lose yourself in. This chair would suit a modern style living room but can also be combined with a more classic look thanks to the warm coloured wood. The aluminium base gives it a contemporary feel and allows it to rotate freely. The chair has a height of 82cm, a width of 87cm, and a depth of 84cm.

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