This chair designed by Charles Eames & Eero Saarinen is one of my favourites. The Organic Design Chair as the name suggests has organic lines and curves and you’ll find them upholstered in different fabric prints and colours.
A versatile chair that can be incorporated into different interior spaces, like the ones below:
Looking for this chair? You can find a replica here.
Here are a few different styled rooms incorporating chalkboard paint. There are so many different styles you can achieve, and can be used to suit most styles of interiors including contemporary, traditional, eclectic and industrial.
So if you want to go one step… ok maybe a few steps left of centre I suggest you take a look at these designs from Wallpaper Republic. You’ll be happy to know you can purchase them all from Down that Little Lane who deliver the wallpaper pretty much anywhere.
But if you’re feeling like a whole wall is a bit too much, you can always cut back the wallpaper and frame them to hang them on your walls. Here’s an example:
This light weight beauty is a design by Hans Wegner in collaboration with Carl Hansen. The Wishbone Chair or the “Y” Chair (referring to a chicken breast bone) has back legs that are bent into a curve which tapers into join the steam bent back rail.
In natural wood, black, white or even neon colours, this chair is a classic design which can be placed into many different interior styles.
I have collected a few images to share with you the versatility of this wonderful chair.
As I was looking through some of my favourite online homeware stores I came across these amazing stools:
The Glass Collection are designed and manufactured in Australia by designer Keith Melbourne. The stools are available in a range of colours and brings something new to the plastic furniture market. The range comprises of three stools, each design inspired by an iconic glass shape – the Latte glass, the Cognac glass and the Whisky glass. You can find out more about the stools and purchase them online from top3 by Design.
I have created a mood board (below) to show how you could add any one of the different styles and colours as long as you have a fairly neutral base to start with. Enjoy!