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Guest Picks: Chair Obsessed
I am obsessed with chairs. I live alone and own eight chairs. And despite my bounty, I am always drawn to chairs first whenever furniture or flea market shopping. So, I decided to share my obsession with you, because I just love the design and unique shapes that chairs come in. Here are my 20 picks of some great ones on the market!
— Lillian from Unstitched
— Lillian from Unstitched
This stunning chair is a work of art. It would be such a beautiful statement piece in a sitting room or living room. I love the colors and its unique shape!
Rocking chairs are so soothing, and this yellow one is sure to brighten any room. Inspired by midcentury modern style, it would be lovely in a nursery!
This is the prettiest home office chair I've ever seen. A clean shape with an edgy touch, this is especially perfect for any typography buff!
Benches add an unexpected touch to any home, and this one is so unique and interesting. It is sure to be a conversation piece! It seats two, and is made from a 1900 Dutch fishing boat!
This swivel chair is sleek in shape, with the perfect pop of colors. A fantastic piece for an office chair!
This ornate piece is from the 1880s, so you know it could stand the test of time! It would be perfect around a dining table with other mismatched chairs.
This iron chair has such a pretty silhouette. It's simple, yet classic. Perfect for use on the patio or as an unexpected dining room chair.
Well-built, sturdy wood chairs, like this, aren't easy to come by these days. This one is treated with a teak shield that protects the wood frame. Its simple shape makes for a versatile chair that can fit in anywhere.
This chair would make for a great grounding piece in a living room. It's solid and bulky, which instantly draws the eye to it. I love the simple colors and shape of it — its simplicity makes it a timeless piece.
This set of vintage aluminum chairs is reminiscent of old diners from the '40s. The pop of blue makes them extra special.
With the warmer months ahead, this lawn chair is perfect for patio or backyard lounging. The chair is deep-set, so you could sink easily into comfort. Bonus: Beneath the right arm is a bottle opener!
This beautiful pair of vintage art decor chairs is from the 1930s. They are so unique in shape, with a vintage flair. I especially love the mini look of them.
I'm into the industrial look these days, and the quirky touch of this green chair is "industrial chic" to perfection. The shape is interesting, the construction is beautifully vintage and the pop of green color makes it truly one of a kind!
This set of six old concert chairs would be perfect around a dining table. They're from around the 1940s, and the type reads "Music Dept." Chairs with history, they'd make interesting pieces of furniture for the home!
This adorable chair is from the 1950s, and from the Netherlands. It has a great patina look, and the shape is so unique. This would be perfect in a nursery or play room!
This pair of chairs is super modern and clean. The lines are reminiscent of the famous Eames chairs, but with a twist. These would look sleek and sharp in any room!
This pair is quirky and slightly retro. They'd be cute in an apartment for two, or mismatched with others around a family dining table. They're great playful pieces!
Bright and ornate, this chair would look great at the head of a dining table or even as an accessory. The yellow against white makes for an interesting and fun color combination.
This chair combines classic elegance with modern sleekness. The buttons harken back to the regal armchairs of the past, while the structured arms of the chair make it clean. This chair could easily fit into any home.