A home decor collage from July 2013

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  • Herman Miller® Eames Plastic Side Chair 4-Leg Base
    hivemodern.com
    Design Charles & Ray Eames®, 1948. Molded plastic, chrome legs. Made by Herman Miller® "Who would say that pleasure is not useful?" -Charles Eames. The molded plastic chairs are a flexible and comfortable seat with a variety of base options. Available in your choice of colors, which are permeated through the material so they remain vibrant even after years of hard use. The molded plastic seats are produced of ecologically friendly, recyclable polypropylene. New materials, especially those that held promise for doing more with less, fascinated the Eameses thoughout their careers. Plastic was no exception. they saw in it the chance to form organic seat shells that conform to the body's shape. The Eameses adapted manufacturing techniques developed during World War II to mass-produce this design in side and armchair versions. As they typically did, the Eameses required that materials be expressed honestly and unselfconsciously so these were the first one-piece plastic chairs offered without upholstery or covering. Their enduring design and quality construction make them durable performers in many environments. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." 18.5" W | 18.5" d | 31.5" h | seat: 16.25" h.
  • Hatcher Modern Rustic Reclaimed Wood Polished Silver Bookshelf
    kathykuohome.com
    Sleek, polished metal sets the scene for a rustic modern shelf that celebrates the natural beauty of reclaimed wood. Generous storage and ample style make the Thatcher shelves an excellent choice for industrial lofts and contemporary spaces of every stripe. 78 inches high x 72 inches wide x 16 inches deep. Constructed from reclaimed wood and steel. Natural wood finish, polished steel.
  • Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Vega Cocktail Table
    mgbwhome.com
    From the Vega Collection, a show-stopping 42” round cocktail table of curved slatted metal with a smoked-glass top. Its flat stainless-steel frame features a bright polished-brass-plated finish.
  • Herman Miller® Eames Plastic Side Chair Wire Base
    hivemodern.com
    Design Charles & Ray Eames®, 1948. Molded plastic, chrome legs. Made by Herman Miller® "Who would say that pleasure is not useful?" -Charles Eames. The molded plastic chairs are a flexible and comfortable seat with a variety of base options. Available in your choice of colors, which are permeated through the material so they remain vibrant even after years of hard use. The molded plastic seats are produced of ecologically friendly, recyclable polypropylene. New materials, especially those that held promise for doing more with less, fascinated the Eameses thoughout their careers. Plastic was no exception. they saw in it the chance to form organic seat shells that conform to the body's shape. The Eameses adapted manufacturing techniques developed during World War II to mass-produce this design in side and armchair versions. As they typically did, the Eameses required that materials be expressed honestly and unselfconsciously so these were the first one-piece plastic chairs offered without upholstery or covering. Their enduring design and quality construction make them durable performers in many environments. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." 18.5" W | 22" d | 31.75" h | seat: 16.25" h.
  • Newberg Industrial Loft Modern Wood Steel Standing Shelf
    kathykuohome.com
    Spare, almost raw utility is celebrated in the Newberg storage console. Perfect for industrial lofts and home offices, project rooms and more - this minimalist piece can accommodate plenty on its generous shelves. 38.75 inches high x 14.5 inches wide x 51 inches deep. Constructed from solid wood and iron. Rustic oxidized finish on metal. Metal will not tarnish or rust as finish is set into metal. Natural finish on wood. Shipped assembled. No assembly required.
  • Vitra - Miniature Tom Vac Chair
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    The Tom Vac Chair was first realized as one element in a sculpture consisting of 70 stacking chairs named »Totem«. Commissioned by the magazine Domus, it was set up in the centre of Milan during the Salone del Mobile in 1997. The seat shell with the characteristic wave profile is based on earlier versions Ron Arad sketched for the dining room of a house in Tel Aviv. The first small series for »Totem« was created in just four months. Though it is a complicated metal to manufacture, vacuum-formed aluminium proved to be a suitable material. In collaboration with furniture maker Vitra, for whom he had already produced the Well Tempered Chair back in 1986, Ron Arad developed, within a very short time, a version of the Tom Vac Chair suitable for mass production. Seen within the context of Arad’s complete work, which is largely characterized by »one offs«, the chair is something of an innovation by virtue of its industrial and by extension inexpensive production. While the design of the Tom Vac Chair only deviates minimally from the first plan, the flexible seat shell of polypropylene offers a high degree of comfort. The original of the Tom Vac Chair was designed by Ron Arad in 1999 and it is produced as 1:1 model by the Vitra AG, Basel/Switzerland, since 1999. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of synthetics and chromed iron-wire.
  • Knoll Saarinen Black Tulip Side Chair
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    Design Eero Saarinen, 1956. Aluminum base, fiberglass, upholstery. Made in USA by Knoll. In his purist approach to design, Finnish-born Eero Saarinen sought out the essential idea and reduced it to the most effective structural solution. He designed the 1956 Tulip chair in terms of its setting, rather than a particular shape. "In any design problem, one should seek the solution in terms of the next largest thing." He said. "If the problem is a chair, then its solution must be found in the way it relates to the room..." In the Tulip, Saarinen realized his ideal of formal unity: "Every significant piece of furniture has a holistic structure." Winner of the 1969 Museum of Modern Art Award, the Tulip is Saarinen's genius solution to clearing up the "slum of legs" that populates the under-carriage of most dining sets. Construction notes: Base is a cast aluminum, rilsan coated finish. Shell is molded fiberglass with a reinforced plastic bonded finish. Upholstered foam cushion is removable, with zippered cover and velcro fastening. Base and shell finish available in white or black. Upholstery available with a seat cushion only or with a fully upholstered inner shell. The signature of Eero Saarinen is located on the underside of the base. 20" w | 32" h | 21.25" d | seat: 18.5" h.
  • Monacco Rustic Reclaimed Wood Iron Etagere Bookshelf
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    Like a Gibson girl or an upright piano, this slim rustic Étagère bookshelf evokes the good old days of ragtime bands and the dawn of a grand industrial age. A natural finish wood surface and oxidized iron base make it equally tough and beautiful. Paired with French, rustic, industrial or eclectic styled rooms, this beauty is old-fashioned yet eternally stylish. 70 inches high x 35.5 inches wide x 12 inches deep. Constructed from solid reclaimed wood and iron. Rustic oxidized finish on metal. Metal will not tarnish or rust as finish is set into metal. Natural finish on reclaimed wood. Distance between each shelf top to bottom: Top: 22.25 inches; middle: 19.5 inches; bottom: 19.5 inches.
  • Vitra - Miniature Eames RAR
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    The Fiberglass Chairs are rare examples of a satisfying synthesis of formal and technical innovation. For the first time in the history of design, Charles and Ray Eames utilized the unlimited malleability of plastic for the development of a comfortable seating shell that corresponds to the shape of the human body. The idea of making a three-dimensional molded shell goes back to a design from 1940. The original attempt to make the shell out of plywood was unsuccessful, however, due to the extreme conditions necessary to mold the material. Only with the advent of fiberglass technology was it possible to achieve satisfying results. The first Fiberglass Chair went into production in 1950. After years of research, Charles and Ray Eames were able to realize their goal: an industrially produced chair that is inexpensive, sturdy, and comfortable. The Fiberglass Chairs come in several versions: with an A-shaped shell (armchair) or S-shaped shell (side chair) and on different bases, one of which is the famous »Eiffel Tower« base. Until 1968, Herman Miller also produced a rocking chair base. Every Herman Miller employee who expected a baby received it as a gift until 1984. The original of the Eames RAR Rocking Chair was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950 and it is produced as 1:1 model by the Vitra International AG, Basel/Switzerland. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of a synthetic bowl in off-white and an iron wire coaster 'Eifel Tower”.
  • Jonathan Adler Scalinatella Table
    allmodern.com
    Our Scalinatella Cocktail Table is made from a single sinuous brass tube base with a Carrera marble top. Simple form, glamorous details, memorable twinkle. At home in a fantastical hotel in Capri or a Park Ave penthouse. Features: carrera marble top. 1.25" diameter brass pipe base.
  • Jonathan Adler Scalinatella Cocktail Table
    jonathanadler.com
    Surreal Sculptural Style Our Scalinatella Cocktail Table is made from a single sinuous brass tube base with a Carrera marble top. Simple form, glamorous details, memorable twinkle. At home in a fantastical hotel in Capri or a Park Ave penthouse. Carrera marble top. 1.25" Diameter brass pipe base. 38" Diameter x 15.75" high.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Armchair DAR - fully upholstered
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    The Plastic Armchairs were presented in the frame of the 'Low Cost Furniture Design” competition of the Museum of Modern Art’s in New York in the year 1950 for the first time. The organic seat were combined with different bases and produced in millions later on. Vitra produces the Plastic Side Chair with full upholstery as fulfil of the product series. The organic formed bowls offer an especially good comfort with the upholstery and spread a homely atmosphere. The 13 colours of the cover fabric Hopsak are freely combinable with the 8 seat bowl colours. Together with the base, numerous combination possibilities emerge. The upholstery is fixed at the seat with a strip in black or white. As well as the not-upholstered Plastic Armchair DAR, the seat also consists of dyed-throughout polypropylene and lays on a wire frame with struts.
  • Vitra - Miniature Eames & Saarinen Organic Armchair
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    The »Organic Armchair« was a submission for the Museum of Modern Art-s 1940 design competition for »Organic Design in Home Furnishings«. Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen, who that year worked together for the first time, won first prize with their »Organic Armchair«. One of the conditions for competition entries was that the object was suitable for industrial production. In 1941, the Eames developed a method for threedimensional molding of manufacture the award-winning chair. The 3-D seat, made possible by means of incisions made in the veneer and cutting pieces out of it, was covered in foam rubber and upholstered in fabric. As a result of the war-time economy and the initially high production costs, despite the original competition brief the prototypes did not go into series production. The original of the Eames & Saarinen Organic Armchair was designed by Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen in 1940 and it is produced as 1:1 model by the Vitra AG, Basel/Switzerland since 2004. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of formed plywood, birch wood and foam.
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