The 1950′s innovative furniture designers worked with modern materials and shapes to create simple pieces. Furniture: materials such as plywood and plastic with simple and elegant shapes. Textile: inspired by the modernist movement and the modern atomic trend. Lucienne Day and Boucle were popular. Accessories: tripod lamps designed by Eames and George Nelson, plates and racks for magazines and A Bakelite telephone - Raybelle Linoleum, Surfray No. 80
Inspired by 1950’s Acapulco chairs, our classic string chair has been woven from high quality durable plastic around a strong metal frame. Each chair has been designed for optimum comfort with a cocoon shape centre and high back. Ideal for outdoor lounging during the Summer months, this large soft grey chair will also add a contemporary twist to your inside space.
Inspired by classic 1950’s design and material, our stylish armed chair has a strong black iron frame and woven rattan in tonal shades of blonde. Our contemporary twist on this classic design has been especially designed for your comfort with a wide shaped seat, two low arms and curved back. Team with our Rattan High Stool and Rattan Dining Chair for the complete look.