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Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
4 Reviews
Cesca Cane Chair by Marcel Breuer
I love the wicker chairs. Is there an industry term for this style? Where might I find similar?
The chairs are Marcel Breuer style chairs.
They are Cesca Chairs - you can find knock-offs in abundance, but these are original Thonet manufactured.
up in almost every window. This hides the ugly bits, but still allows light to shine through. Table: Gus Modern (found on Craigslist)Chairs: Vintage Thonet Cesca Chairs Shelving unit: Vintage Teak
“Shelves” — kellyjung2013
Eunice Fernandes
Apt Moema
Cesca Cane Chair by Marcel Breuer
cane dining chairs...Hate the chairs
“Cesca” — nagoose
Gregory Albert Design
1 Review
Silver circle, Rancho Mirage
Cesca Cane Chair by Marcel Breuer
cantilevered chairs
“Dining Table” — 112217
Artisan Books
Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
Marcel Breuer - bauhaus very simple design , chrome plating tub .
Table, tulip chairs mixed w morrocan rug, hutch and lights
Everything except the chairs and table
surprisingly well together. Here, Saarinen tables and chairs update a Moroccan room while keeping the focus on the lovely colors and craftmanship of the glass lanterns, wood armoire and Beni Ouarain rug.
The classic Saarinen Tulip Table and Chairs are sharply contrasted with Moroccan flair: rug, lighting
lighting and armoire. The mix of the organic profile of the table and chairs lightens the heavy ornamentation of the Moroccan pieces, softening the overall look.
sleek Saarinen design classics. It works – but not by accident. The mirror shapes within the cupboard quietly echo the organic curves of the table and chairs, all in a white, open space that gives the pieces room the breathe. Minimum clutter, maximum effect.
“closst furniture. combination between contemporary and vintage/ethnic” — filippatou
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Caudill Lane
what is the source of these chairs?
Those are Brno Chairs - Knoll makes them.
med chairs and warm rug underfoot, the space encourages long dinners and engaging conversation.
table work with the finish on the Brno Chairs. Knoll designed with Bauhaus principles in mind, making this Knoll/Mies van der Rohe pairing beautifully simpatico.More: Modern Icons: The Womb ChairModern Icons: The Barcelona CouchModern Icons: Marcel Breuer's Wassily ChairMore Modern Icons
preference leans more toward modern and traditional, this dining room is a perfect example of the new contemporary mix. With its streamlined chrome-framed chairs and warm rug underfoot, the space encourages long dinners and engaging conversation.
“Half wall separating” — dhreddy
MillHill Terrace
Amazing chairs and table Farmhouse mod
its by Michael Muir from Eva Breuer Gallery Sydney
The chairs are called Lilla Aland designed by Carl Malmsten and manufactured by Stolab in Sweden. The table is from Nonn in New Zeeland and sold by Living Edge in Sydney. Good luck AC
Chairs are fabulous teamed with farmhouse table
Light fixture with source given. Table and chairs with sources given.
“Light” — margmcameron
Marcel Page Photography
5 Reviews
Kate Marker Interiors
Love the dining chairs! Could you please share source?
All except for the table and chairs
like the table... not the chairs
Marcel Page Photography
Marcel Page Photography
Wicker chairs...Like these chairs...Table and chairs...woven dining chair...weave dining chair
“Light fixtures” — carlaelisa
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
Great dining room chairs and furniture
Here is another iconic machine-age tubular chair, the Brno Chair by Mies van der Rohe. He designed the chair in 1930, the same year he became the director of the Bauhaus.
This wide-open space looks like it might have had a past life as a loading dock, but floating built-ins, beautiful wood panels, and tubular chairs and finishes give it a rich look. More: Warm and Seductive Loft in Milan Trends That Won't Die: Industrial Elements A Little Sparkle, a Little Shine
“Extra long Floating credenza cabinets” — Jerrica Benton
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