Clinton Chair

When you are spoiled and everybody treats you with respect you say you feel like a king, but why wouldn’t you say you feel like a president? They are the modern equivalents of kings and princes , even if they only stay for a few years in the top position in state. Any way, this interesting looking chair – the Clinton Chair made me think of the American president who shares his name with this beautiful piece of furniture. I am sure they have nothing in common and the chair seems really comforatble and nice.

The design of this chair is really interesting, as it does not have four legs as you would normally expect – short or not or even those arched legs that allow you to rock. Quite the opposite, I may say. It has a kind of support that afterwards comes into contact with an arched base, but which doesn’t rock. The chair is supported from both sides and the back rest and the seating are allowed to have the most comfortable position ever.

But there’s more: the thick cushion is beautifully upholstered and it offers an amazing view with the blue cover and buttons. It is patterned after a classic deckchair and the flared wooden legs suggest effortless intricacy. It is built from fired wood which gives it a lot of resistance and is also handmade. The item is available in a number of colours of the cushion for $1,799.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on June 21st, 2012


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