The artistic Elea dining chair

When you have talent it’s easy to turn basically anything into a piece of art. In fact, this is what designers do for a living. Imagine that this chair for example used to be just a piece of wood. It’s amazing what you can do with some imagination and specialized knowledge. This is the Elea dining chair. The chair features elegant and delicate lines along with an interesting and unusual design. The sensuous curves and innovative geometry make this chair a very unique piece of furniture. The design is artistic and yet very simple. There are a lot of different elements that are combined to form this original piece.

The Elea dining chair has been crafted with a solid wood frame and a delicate body. It has meticulous details and beautiful lines. The chair has a strong, durable and yet delicate construction. It seems so simple and yet so complex. It’s a highly detailed piece of furniture and it incorporates a lot of handmade parts.

The chair was designed for everyday use. Still, it seems very artistic and it resembles typical display pieces. It’s both functional and stylish. The overall dimensions of the Elea chair are W 22.45” x d 21.25” x h 28.75” and it requires no assembly. The Elea chair would look beautiful in the dining room, kitchen, terrace, deck and basically anywhere else.Available for 395$.

Published by in Kitchen, on March 4th, 2012


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