You may have outgrown the swings at the playground, but not the Egg Swing Chair. These comfortable chairs are perfect for a glass of wine on an outdoor patio or as a playful element in your child’s bedroom.
The Egg Chair is a modern icon. Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1958 for the lobby of the Royal SAS Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark, its sculptural lines create a distinct personality and an aesthetic appropriate for any decor. It’s available in a variety of colors, but the white version is especially egglike.
Today’s bathroom sinks come in all sorts of styles, but if you want a design that's both contemporary and compelling, consider one with an egglike shape. This Duravit sink is a chic complement to the floating vanity.
If you’re considering a freestanding tub for your bathroom, an egg-shaped design will provide a sleek appeal that's perfect for a modern aesthetic.
Egg-shaped furnishings provide a rounded complement to the straighter lines of typical furniture. In this movie room, the stools offer an unexpected place to rest weary feet.
Accessories are the easiest way to introduce stylish egg decor into your home. This colorful piece softly rounds out the hard-lined dining table.
The sculptural accessories in this photo provide not only a circular presence to this side table’s vignette, but also height, since they’re on Lucite sticks.
The Corbett Lighting Phillippe fixture supplies maximum light with three pendants that look distinctly like oversize eggs.
Egg-shape pieces are just as enticing when cracked in half; plus, they're functional. This papier-mâché accessory gives the leaning mirror a layered feel and can also help to corral small items.
Work a variety of egg statues in different finishes or colors into your bookshelves. Their rounded shapes juxtapose the rectangular books.
Egg artwork may add the perfect lighthearted touch to your space, as in this charming bathroom.
Want to add a sense of humor to your space? This egg painting would do just the trick. I don’t blame this egg for being grumpy or enjoying a martini, considering his likely fate is to be boiled or eaten.
By way of sculptural rock formations, egg-shape designs have even found their way outdoors.