Foldable Flux chair designed for small spaces

Regardless of the size of your apartment or house, space always seems to be a problem. We always need more and more and we always have less and less space. It would be so much easier if we could find convertible pieces of furniture that would help us save space or, even better, items that are easy to store.

Foldable Flux chair

One such product is the Flux chair. It’s an unusual piece of furniture because at first it looks like a giant envelope. There’s no reason why you would think that such an item could be a chair. Nevertheless, it easily transforms into a designer chair, perfect for any type of décor. The main advantage that the Flux chair has is that it’s foldable and this allows it to be easily stored away and to save a lot of space.

Foldable Flux chair

Foldable Flux chair

Foldable Flux chair

Unlike most chairs or other pieces of furniture, the Flux chair doesn’t need to be exposed all the time. You can just find a small space to store it and use it only when it’s necessary.

The product is available for €129.00 and it comes in eight different color: pure white, pebble grey, anthracite grey, jet black, classic red, bright orange, lemon lime, ice blue. Choose multiple items with the same color to form a collection, or combine them for color contrasts.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on September 14th, 2011


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