Consider for a moment how a chair can fit you and your home.
A chair collection, capable of complementing the most diverse of décor styles, exists. Think unique pieces, iconic styles, and functional designs that turn a simple chair into a piece that can become your most coveted item. Now, sit back and enjoy our carefully curated selection of charming chairs.
The Punto, Horn and Shanghai chairs, amongst others, were all inspired by world-renowned Danish designer, Hans Wegner, praised for his innovative mid-century furniture creations. He believed that “A chair is to have no backside. It should be beautiful from all sides and angles.”
Defined by clean lines and flawless finishes, with everything you need and nothing you don’t. These pieces would be ideal in a home that has been designed to fit a modernist’s taste. The Ray Rocking Chair and Charles Dining Chair were inspired by Charles Eames and his partner (and wife), Ray Eames, who helped shape nearly every facet of American modern life. From architecture and furniture to textile design. They were pioneers in the use of new materials and technologies, transforming the way we furnish our homes today with functional and sculptural design.
It can be argued that every space needs a masterpiece that offers unparalleled luxury. Think one-of-a-kind heirloom piece such as the Pluto (Arm)Chair, a signature piece from the Andrew Martin range or the Todd Chair (one of four) with modern, clean lines reminiscent of the 1960s. Upholstered in a combination of fabric, rugs or wall-hangings, giving it a unique, one-of-a-kind appeal.
It’s only human to secure a space where you know you can relax, reflect; a space to rest. Perhaps your sanctuary is a cabin in the woods, your country home or family beach cottage with that one spot you can always rely on for comfort. Then again, your retreat could also be in your study, that corner that is not about work. Here you are able to rock away your troubles, reminisce, or just close your eyes for a few minutes and soak up the silence.
Sophisticated and contemporary outdoor living is pondering the afternoon away, curled up in a pod chair, after finishing your latest paperback. It is dining al fresco, in the shade of an ancient tree at a teak table created for entertaining, bidding the fleeting afternoon rays farewell.
Search for the pieces that will delight you daily; seats with a soul purpose of ensuring good living.