This curiously-looking chair is called the Bare Bones Ghost Chair. I find the name to be exactly what this chair needs. It expresses all the principle characteristics. This is a contemporary design and a very eye-catching creation. It’s one of those pieces of furniture that you buy for display and not necessarily because you find them practical or comfortable.
This unique chair is made of six pieces of driftwood that hold thick slabs of translucent acrylic sheet. It’s a minimalist design, at the limit between natural and artificial. It’s also a very modern piece of furniture. I imagine this chair somewhere in a contemporary home, in a large room, the living room or maybe the bedroom, near a large window, in a corner where all the eyes would be on this intriguing piece.
Visually, the chair seems very light. In reality however it’s a very heavy piece due to the weight of the acrylic. The driftwood is the lightest part and, ironically, the part that holds everything else. The dimensions of this original chair are 27″w x 30″h x 24″d and 17.5″ seat height. The same model also comes in a sanded version. Since it’s a very variable design, each chair will be made to order upon purchase and it will take approximately 4 to 6 weeks to create it. Available for $1,300.00.