Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair Stool

This simple and stylish chair has a design inspired by Arne Jacobsen’s 1958 classic piece. It’s a high-quality reproduction of the original design and it’s both simple and stylish. Actually, the simplicity of the design is something that both the original and the reproduction pieces have to offer, it’s a symbol of the classic design that stands at the base of this product.

Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair Stool

The Egg Chair Stool features a 4 star cast aluminum swivel base, very simple and also durable and resistant. The dimensions of this product are width 57cm * depth 44cm * height 45cm. The current design might look like a barstool but the fact is that the original product was created to accompany the Egg Chair and it was meant as a footstool that would provide extra comfort to the user.

Besides the aluminum swivel base, the stool also features an internal padded synthetic shell. The piece is available is both leather and fabric and it comes in a variety of different colors. The swivel base is upholstered in semi-anline, aniline leather or Danish wool. Overall, I would say that this is a very elegant piece of furniture and it would make a very comfy addition to basically any home. You can buy the Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair Stool for the price of £179.00.



Published by in Sofa and Chair, on October 21st, 2011

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