Isn’t the wishbone chair by Hans Wegner so amazing? The shape, the impact on the room – it’s all so catchy. What can look like a simple chair might transform your space into an epic design piece. I’m totally digging a wishbone chair (or even a replica), I know my home wouldn’t mind such a treat :)
I was introduced today to an online magazine that is pure delight! It’s called Est Magazine and it has SO many gorgeous articles, you’ll be truly overwhelmed with prettiness. They had an article about an Eames chair, the challenge was to recognize a real Eames and a replica (quite difficult task). The article just made me love the chair even more than I did before, so in its honor I put together a post about it and how well it might work in rooms that have different styles, color palettes etc.
Continuing my adventure in exploring designer chairs, today another post dedicated to my chair crush and it’s about Barcelona chair! Inspired by this picture, Barcelona chair quickly became a friend of mine and oh well, it made to my wish list and I’m now thinking where this chair, and these and this will fit in my home? I once said I’m a chair addict and Anne of The city sage told me it’s totally OK, as I’m between lots of other bloggers-talented people who love them as well. Guess what, I don’t mind at all! Back to Barcelona chair – it was designed in 1929 for an International Exposition that took place in Barcelona, Spain. The designer of the chair is Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and I can only thank him for the amazing input to the world of beautiful, never-dying chairs.