lacrisalideinversa:     Charles & Ray Eames La Chaise, 1948

THE EAMES CHAIR! We kin folkz. Charles & Ray Eames La Chaise, Originally designed for a competition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, inspired by Floating Figure, a sculpture by Gaston Lachaise.

my beach house one day.  Dark grey shingles , crisp white trim ~ interior done in muted tones of grey , ivory , greige  and white

Should I Paint my House Charcoal

ah, the patio.or deck. love the open windows, white chairs and the galvanized pot for the plant. black exterior with white windows and grey decking and lots of green!

Risom Lounge Chair.  Originally constructed of a birch frame and surplus parachute straps, Jens Risom’s iconic Lounge Chair (1943) made the best of the few materials available during WWII. Born in Copenhagen in 1916 and emigrated to the U.S. in 1939, Jens Risom made Danish modernism an important part of U.S. design. In 1941, he joined forces with fellow Danish émigré Hans Knoll, who soon launched his famous company with 20 pieces of furniture, 15 of which were designed by Risom.

Risom Lounge Chair

The Jens Risom Lounge Chair, by Danish designer Jens Risom, is testament to the simplicity and ingenuity so often found in timeless modern furniture. Shop the Jens Risom Lounge Chair at DWR.

Swedish Wicker Easy Chair by Sven Engström & Gunnar Myrstrand, 1960s image 2

Swedish Wicker Easy Chair by Sven Engström & Gunnar Myrstrand, 1960s

Poul Kjaerholm and Jorgen Hoj. JH 106 lounge chair. Photogtaphy by Jens Bangsbo Fonte: Poul Kjaerholm (forniture architect)

Poul Kjaerholm and Jorgen Hoj. Photogtaphy by Jens Bangsbo Fonte: Poul Kjaerholm (forniture architect)

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