What do mid century modern chairs look like?

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The Organic Simple Shapes Of Mid Century Chairs

Some have an egg shape, some have a swan shape (keeping with mid century design’s affinity for forms in nature).

Some of The Eames Side Chairs designed for Herman Miller are most striking and recognizable examples of mid century modern chairs.

Some of the images are iconic and you may have seen them before.

Famous mid century chair designers include:

  •  Arne Jacobsen (Egg And Swan Chairs)
  • Hans Wegner (Shell chair / Smile Chair)
  • Ludwig Mies van der Roh (Barcelona Chair)
  • Eero Saarinen (Womb Chair)
  • Eero Aarnio (Ball & Bubble Chairs)
  • Ray and Charles Eames. (Molded Plywood & Fiberglass Chairs)

Below are most unique and original chair designs from post-war middle 20th Century.  You may notice that,  the rounded shapes and design of these selections lean more towards organic forms found in nature.

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Eames era styled Blue Side Chair
Eames era - Mid Century Modern - Fabric Arm Chair
Mid Century Wegner Shell Lounge Chair

Blue Eames Side Chair

Eames Style Fabric Arm Chair

Hans Wegner (Shell chair / Smile Chair) Amazon Paid Link

Pavilion Exposition Chair on Amazon
Orange Mid Century Modern -Christophfer Knight Accent Chair
Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair

Ludwig Mies van der Roh (Barcelona Chair)

Christopher Knight Accent Chair

Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair- Amazon Paid Link

Mid Mod Scout - Arne Jacobson - Egg and Swan Chairs

Arne Jacobson (Egg And Swan Chairs)

Eames Styled Solid Walnut Wood FinishOffi

Ray and Charles Eames Office Chair

Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy-Butterfly Chair

Helm Lounge Chair

 

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