Mid-century-inspired Everett Chair

Chairs are necessary in any home and not only necessary but indispensable in our everyday life. Starting from this premises people allowed themselves to play with them  and their design to create better products to suit every one’s taste and need.  Given the fact that we need them so much chair very often fill our homes, and what do you do when you have a tight space? It’s quite simple actually, try making the chairs with double function: functional and decorative. This chair for example is perfect  for a small interior that focuses on combining functionality with modern design. Although is mid-century-inspired this chair has never looked so modern in that sharp striped suit.

The Everett Chair has a low-slung profile and it’s compact size ( 32.5”W x 30.5”D x 31” H ) make it the perfect candidate for any spot.  To reinforce its powerful presence this chair has a solid wood frame and legs with chocolate stained finish. It’s cotton and polyester blend fabric  has unique graphite stripes so no chair looks like another, like zebras, their stripes are like human fingerprints, unique for any individual.

I don’t know why but I see this chair surrounded by vintage pieces and a minimalist environment. Maybe this  is because the Everett Striped Chair has a less serious note than other chairs and it is more opened to creative interiors.Available for 482 euros.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on March 27th, 2012


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