If you are going to add one bit of bright color to a room, this chair is the way to do it.
and here (LOVE it with that unexpected antler chandelier!)...
and here (a nice contrast to the cushy upholstered pieces).
This chair is wonderful to use in pairs.
It's lovely against the wooden window casings and THAT VIEW)...
...and plays nice in a group, especially in a kitchen or dining room.
Charles and Ray were experimenting with ways to mold wood to fit the body so that cushions would not be necessary.
This homeowner has collected iconic pieces that hold their own in front of a large window and next to a baby grand piano.
This is the dining chair version with rods. It's sculptural in a different way, yet still provides the same contoured back and seat for comfort.
The version with rods stands on its own just like the all-wood version.
It also makes a handsome desk chair.
The lounge chair version works well with a big cushy sofa. It's great when you want one more spot for guests to sit, but doesn't take up the space of a large upholstered lounge chair.
It's fun to see the other pieces that Eames fans have put in their furniture arrangements. The Noguchi coffee table is a popular choice.
See what I mean?