The Quartet Chair from Commonhouse relies on quality materials, thoughtful construction and a subdued style to bring both comfort and beauty to your life. A contoured, floating seat promises to keep you comfortable no matter whether you're sitting down for dinner or readying for a long night of work. The curved back rest provides comfort and a beautiful touch of minimal style. The Commonhouse Quartet Chair combines the best of Amish and Mennonite woodworking with a modern design for one breathtaking piece.
The School Chair by Gus Modern is a minimalist statement. Veneered in Oak or Walnut, with a black powder-coated tubular steel base. This dining chair's bent-ply seat construction is strong enough to withstand years of use.
The Herman Miller Eames Molded Plywood Dining Chair is designed to fit to the contours of your body, providing comfort, style and grace to your dining room. This icon of modern design uses molded plywood sheets pressed together for a durable yet comfortable seating experience with flowing, sculptural lines. The Eames Molded Plywood Dining Chair rests on sturdy 8-ply legs that provide strength and durability. A modified version of the original lounge chair, the Eames Molded Plywood Dining Chair features a more level seat for increased comfort as you gather round your dining room table.
The Eames Bikini Wire Chair was first introduced in 1951 and has remained a design icon ever since. The uniquely upholstered seat and back lets the wire frame show through while still providing enhanced comfort. Manufactured by Herman Miller the Eames Bikini wire Chair combines the brilliance of Charles and Ray Eames with the quality you've come to expect from a name like Herman Miller.
Designed by Harry Bertoia the Bertoia Side Chair from Knoll features a steel rod construction that is both eye-catching and supportive. The chair's designs stems from Bertoia's fascination with negative space; the wires highlight form and structure while conveying a minimal feel.
The Herman Miller Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair features a sculpted form that fits your body. First introduced in 1948, the Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair was the first plastic chair to be mass produced and toady is popular as anything from office guest seating to a modern dining chair. The shell of the Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair is made of recyclable polypropylene and manufactured to retain its vibrant colors even after years of use. Rubber shock mounts anchor the seat to a four leg base for comfort. This four leg base model stacks up to 14 high for easy storage.