110 george nelson chair Dining Products
Even though this beauty is over 50 years old, it still has great legs. Designed by George Nelson, a recyclable polypropylene seat sits atop a curved, metal tube base. Light in scale with a sculpted silhouette that's perfectly suited to today's modern spaces, it looks right at home seated at your...
Nelson Shaped Nailhead Parsons in Grey Linen belongs to Other Collection by Bassett Mirror Company Nelson Shaped Nailhead Parsons in Grey Linen Dining Chair (1)
Set of four chrome dining chairs designed by Milo Baughman with rush seats that are painted glossy black. Seat, 18.25"H.
Nelson Nelson Nailhead Parsons Chair in Kleen Seat Black - DPCH14-744. Product features: . Product includes: Side Chair (1). Nelson Nelson Nailhead Parsons Chair in Kleen Seat Black belongs to Other Collection by Bassett Mirror Company.
A classic chair design reborn. The 'Case Study' chair, based on a design by George Nelson is available in over sixty fabric and leather choices.
A George IV carved mahogany dining chair, made in the manner of the mid 1820s with turned and reeded legs.
These fine George I Side and Arm Chairs are crafted from maple solids and finished in white ash burl veneers. The pierced spoon shaped back has a shaped central splat and is carved in relief with husks and foliage. The Arm Chair boasts carved walnut shepherd's open crook arms. A tight, rounded...
Presenting a very special re-introduction: the Nakashima Straight-Backed Chair (1946), designed by George Nakashima for Knoll. Nakashima was an MIT-trained architect who was known to describe himself as “Japanese Shaker.” This was meant to express his belief that his designs should be treated as...
George Nakashima is best known for his unique pieces of furniture, which are prized for their respect for the natural forms of the tree and the inherent grain of the wood. Originally designed for Knoll in the late 1940’s, the Straight Chair has just recently been reintroduced into Knoll’s product...
If you're lucky enough to find one of these out of production pieces, grab it. There is no dining chair out there more elegant or peaceful.
A carved mahogany dining chair, in the George I taste. The simple yet elegant cabriole leg, terminating in a pad foot, and the fully upholstered back, clearly show this chairs’ origins as being from the very beginning of the 18th century, when seating comfort, as well as pleasing design, was...
The Straight Chair is George Nakashima's modern interpretation of the traditional Windsor chair. Featuring low-sheen finishes that amplify the natural grain patterns, the Straight Chair showcases Nakashima's sensitivity to nature and his legendary craftsmanship.
A mid 18th century design mahogany dining chair in the Chinese Chippendale Manner. Cockpen Dining Chairs. Arm or Side Chair.
An Irish Chippendale carved mahogany dining chair with eagle carved arms and top rail on claw feet. Arm or Side available.
An icon of midcentury modern design, George Nelson created this table in 1958. Its enduring design has the scale and functionality that make it a welcome addition in today's contemporary home. Pull up one of Nelson's Swag Leg Chairs to complete the look.
From the iconic George Nelson comes this versatile table. It may exude midcentury modern style, but it adapts beautifully wherever you place it. Swag legs made from steel tubing meet up with a wide expanse of wood veneer, allowing you to pursue endeavors, large and small.
Part of the Thin Edge series that made its debut in 1952, this hardworking buffet embodies all the hallmarks of its iconic designer, George Nelson. It's a midcentury modern masterpiece that feels perfectly at home in today's contemporary spaces. A great entertainer, it offers plenty of concealed...
This tray is so chic and colorful you won't want to cover it up. Based on a classic midcentury modern design, it features curvy ceramic shapes in pea green, gray and black on white. Made of high-grade plastic, it's food and dishwasher safe.
Rainbow-colored stripes are only the beginning in this versatile tray. The pattern is a classic first designed by Alexander Girard in the mid-20th century and used here in dishwasher-safe thermoset plastic. Use it to corral bar essentials, beauty items or even your retro TV dinner.
Tray chic! Based on a design first made popular in the middle of the 20th century, this dishwasher-safe tray features funky shapes and wild colors that will brighten your table, desk or day. Use it to gather your bar items or desk accessories, or simply prop it on the back of a shelf for a jolt of...
Get in line for this midcentury modern take on the humble cafeteria tray. The human family is outlined across the surface in white and black on a background of soft brown. It would look great holding accessories on your desk, or in your family room holding books, candlesticks and remotes.
Swim through the surf of high style with this food-safe thermoset plastic tray. It's based on a classic midcentury design, translated into a versatile cafeteria staple. Hold everything from your seashells and candlesticks to barware and fish sticks.
Classic midcentury design and sensibility come together in one colorful package. This thermoset plastic tray features a pattern first designed by Alexander Girard in eye-popping red, salmon, turquoise, black and white. Prop it on a shelf as art if you can't bear to cover up the fantastic design.
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