The Versatile Taylor Chair

The Taylor chair was designed by Mia Gammelgaard for Blå Station . Its name can be a little misleading. Taylor is in fact an easy chair. It has a simple, stylish and versatile design. It’s both casual and elegant and easy to integrate in a variety of decors. It would look great in a modern or contemporary living area but it can also be included in more traditional decors.

The Taylor chair is crafted with a plywood inner frame and with back and armrests from the same material. It also features cut cold foam for comfortable seating. The chair has a powder coated steel structure with sleek and visible legs. It’s a very strong and durable material that also provides stability. The Taylor easy chair is a casual piece of furniture, perfect for lounge areas. It’s comfortable and it has a simple design, easy to integrate in a variety of decors.

The overall dimensions of the Taylor easy0chair area 660mm width x 770mm height x 530mm seat width x 550mm seat depth x 440mm seat height. This model comes in several colors and color combinations. You can opt for a more neutral combination such as black and grey that is timeless and never fails. You can also go with a contrasting look by choosing the orange and black combinations. Regardless of the main colors you choose, each model has a subtle pop of color.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on March 23rd, 2012


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