Mid-Century Modern Furniture Poster (Warm)
The finished product of my Make Something Cool Every Day series. An illustrated collection of icon mid-century modern furniture, including Eames, Bertoia, Le Corbusier, van der Rohe, Noguchi & many more. Giclée prints available at jamesprovost.imagekind.com/ Now available in Europe via Artflakes.
7 Useful Ideas for Acrylic Ghost Chairs
Ghost chairs are made injecting polycarbonate into a mold. The incredible design has no junctions or seams; just a continuous shape. The most popular chairs are the Louis ghost chair which was first manufactured having no color, hence the name “ghost chair”. The style is easily recognizable thanks to their oval back and straight seat...
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The Wishbone chair was designed by one of the most famous Danish designers Hans Wegner, and was originally released to the market in 1949. Also referred to as the CH24 Y chair, the Wishbone chair is suitable as a dining or occasional chair in stylish contemporary commercial and residential interiors. Our Replica Wishbone Chair is carefully constructed from solid beech wood, with no compromise to quality and workmanship.
Using innovative welding techniques for their time Ray and Charles Eames created in the 1950's a wire based dining chair constructed by bending steel rod. Our replica Eames chairs are made to the specifications of this original design, and features the classic waterfall seat edge that ensures comfort for extended periods of sitting, reducing pressure on thighs.
Replica Furniture Tulip Tables are based on the original design by Eero Saarinen in 1956. The tulip range was so named because of the slender, elegant stem like pedestals and organic shapes that typified all of his pieces. Saarinen wanted to escape the tedium of legs and square surfaces that had encroached on furniture of the time and created this table with smooth lines and no edges. The table top and base are made from solid fiberglass in a gloss finish.
Where to eat
Here are some interesting spots to have your breakfast. Love the full size chalkboard wall (yeap, you can write anything on it- inspiration strikes even during eating time!) and the baby pink eames in the first photo and the amazing blue shade on the walls in the second one (with the ivy plant on the retro cabinet, the yellow pendant over the table and Andy's boring things to go along!) Oh, and that Huile d'Olive tray in the last one, cute right? How's your weekend so far? I'm eagerly…