Our Eiffel Slope Chair is inspired by an iconic design of the 1950s and 1960s. The original was born out of technological advancements that allowed a chair to be constructed out of a single mold of fib... Find the Black Eiffel Slope Chair, as seen in the Moody Mid-Century in Portland Collection at http://dotandbo.com/collections/moody-mid-century-in-portland?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=organic&db_sku=DBI0028-TEA
Marrying spartan-lined wood with modern design, this Woven Shaker Chair makes a great match with a rustic harvest table or modern dining table. The tightly woven seat and simple, sturdy foundation make... Find the Woven Shaker Chair, as seen in the Mid-Century In Bloom Collection at http://dotandbo.com/collections/mid-century-in-bloom?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=organic&db_sku=EEI0061-GR
Marais A Side Chair — Originally found in the traditional bistros across France and first designed by Xavier Pauchard in 1934, it's rumored that the Marais Collection was created for use in the weather forecasting room on French battleships.
The orange Cary Bench takes all the cushiony comfort of an armchair and gives you functional seating for two. It would be great in a window seat or at the foot of your bed. Find the Cary Bench - Orange, as seen in the Mid-Century Classics Collection at http://dotandbo.com/collections/mid-century-classics?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=organic&db_sku=SAF0007-org