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The colorful and fun Bunny chair

Featuring a friendly and fun design, the Bunny chair is a piece of furniture that seems like a product for children but is actually a lot more versatile than that. The Bunny chair is in fact a fresh and fun reinterpretation of the classic ear chair. It’s a chair where you can be comfortable and feel young again. You can always count on the Bunny chair for a hug. It has a playful design and a suggestive name. The chair is shaped like a bunny, more exactly like a plush version of the bunny.

The Bunny chair has a playful and fun design with tightly-strapped string rapped around the soft and cozy body. The Bunny chair was designed by Iskos-Berlin. Even though it’s a reinterpretation of an older design, it still looks fresh and modern. It would make a beautiful and colorful addition to the children bedroom or playroom. The kids love the Bunny chair but this doesn’t mean that adults can’t enjoy it as well. In fact, many people associate the shape of the Bunny chair with a granny figure. The reinterpretation is fun and quite original. The Bunny chair is a very cute and cuddly piece of furniture that might look lovely in an unconventional lounge area or maybe as an addition to the bedroom, library, etc. It all depends on the existing décor.

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Because the Bunny chair has such a unique shape and design, it’s not that easy to integrate it in an already existing décor. It can be very tricky especially if the interior design doesn’t really allow you to have such a colorful and eye-catching piece of furniture. The Bunny chair is available is several colors and it features fabric upholstery. Its overall dimensions are 120 cm H x 100 cm W x 100 cm L. You can customize your Bunny chair with your choice of fabric and color.Available on site.

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Posted in Sofa and Chair on March 6, 2012

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Simona Ganea
She is a quite stubborn and sarcastic person that likes happy colors and loves to be creative. She is a graduate foreign languages from Iasi with a major in Romanian and a Minor in French.

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