Eye Catching Ghost Chair from Studio Drift



For those who believe in the magic of the Halloween moment a perfect décor might be the necessary item to create an unforgettable atmosphere. There are people who are fascinated by supernatural things and the moments Halloween comes closer they are even more thrilled about their beliefs and superstitions. Even if you are not a fan of bats, vampires, monsters, witches and other scary creatures that populate the Halloween atmosphere some decorative items can help you feel different and closer to this moment.

The eye catching Ghost Chair is one of the options that you have in order to complete your Halloween décor for your house. Its amazing design and the high technology used will make it become the focal point of your room. It is presented by Studio Drift and designed by Ralph Nauta and Lonneke Gordijn.

The Ghost Chair presents a futuristic technology. It is handmade with a 3D technique to create unusual subsurface drawings inside the solid Plexiglas chair. The ‘ghost’ is made of a million tiny air bubbles, the image a reflection of light on air.

Imagine of your kids’ reactions when they see a “ghost” captured inside of a chair! They will definitely sit around the chair examining the unusual appearance.{found o delood}


Published by in Sofa and Chair, on October 13th, 2011

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