4,425 relaxing chair Eclectic Products
These chairs certainly aren't the most practical, but they've been a favorite of mine from the minute I laid eyes on them. With some cute cushions they may actually be pretty comfy, too.
Le Versha Chair
Sometimes dining rooms need a little va-va-voom, and this upholstered dining chair brings it big time. Buy a set for maximum voom, or buy a pair for the host and hostess to create mix and match seating.
This beanbag cover features some of Dr. Seuss's most beloved characters. It's the perfect place to flop down and read a few of his books.
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!
It's cushy, it's red, it's for your rear — not your head. OK, so my Dr. Seuss impression is lacking, but this is still an awesome chair.
This Palmetto chair has roots in coastal Carolina. It's the perfect choice for host and hostess chairs in a mix-and-match dining chair group.
P'kolino's soft seats are fun and modular. They separate into various parts and can be used in fun and creative ways, making them great for kids' development.
This chair has tons of character and is hand made in Georgia. The reclaimed wood looks great natural with the green painted frame. The design is funky and modern - a lot of fun. It also comes with a matching side table.
Naptime just got easier — not to mention cuter — since your child will want to snuggle up on this adorable sleeping owl. The beanbag is 24 inches tall and 100 percent organic cotton, filled with Styrofoam in a leak-proof case.
Olivia Bean Bag
How awesome would this coffee-sack-turned-beanbag look in a tween's room? You could even base the entire room's color scheme on it: tan, kelly green, lemon green and lots of white.
A birdcage hammock chair is all I need for a relaxing afternoon on my patio or in my garden. A hot pink cushion brings some much-needed color and an exotic feeling to the overall look. You can’t go wrong with this chic find.
Birdcage Hammock Chair
Avast! Sink into the decidedly friendly embrace of this cute pirate next time you want to read or daydream.
These modern and brightly colored beanbags come in Mt. Fuji, Mt. Everest and Mt. Kilimanjaro designs. They're perfect for the tiny explorer.
Dress up the patio with a few neon yellow chairs. They feel way more modern and cool than the dark, ho-hum patio furniture you can find anywhere.
I just love this Mount Everest beanbag. It's suitable for jumping on, sitting on, laying on and building dens with. Hooray!
This is a nice take on the bentwood chair: modern with a pop of color. I like how this livens up a space.
I absolutely love this chair - it's a fun mix-matched palette of fabrics and there are multiple different styles and mixes available. Go for them all at a table or just one at kitchen desk.
O.K., so they may not be the MOST comfortable seats around, but their sculptural beauty adds eclectic style to the garden.
The only thing I don't like about this sturdy wooden dining chair is the thought of picking a color - do I want sunny yellow, coastal blue, happy green, crisp white or bold black? Perhaps a mix is the answer.
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!
I couldn't help myself. While I'm not as into princesses and Barbie, you will be your kids' hero if you buy this and put it on your back deck. Be playful, be fun!
I would love a few of these deck chairs from Gallant & Jones to place in my backyard for summer afternoon reading! The fabric sling and pillow are removable and interchangeable, so you can swap them out from year to year, and the hardwood frames are handmade with care, so they'll last forever.
Super fun print on these chairs will really liven up any dining room. Pairing with a traditional dining room table would be really fun.
This classic 19th century French bistro chair comes in an array of colors and will add cheer to your patio, porch, or eat-in kitchen.
These whimsical chairs would set the tone for a garden tea party. I like the idea of mixing and matching them in different colors.
This whimsical bistro armchair reminds us of turn of the century design in France, and is hand-forged by a blacksmith in France, carrying on the tradition of design and craftsmanship. It's available in a range of beautiful colors.
The Woven Shelter Chair is an exceptional example of melding first-rate materials with striking design. Meticulously woven on both sides for a seamless, tailored look, the weaving alone requires seven days to complete. The silhouette is slender but substantial, and the beauty of the material shines...
This whimsical wrought iron chair looks like it belongs in a Paris apartment. It's perfect for a small round breakfast table or a balcony.
Love the mod looks and color of this chair, and it's super-comfy even though it doesn't look it. Great for floating at an angle to the side of fireplace.
This gorgeous chair adds sophisticated yet eclectic beachy style to the dining room. Mix and match it with others or splurge for and entire set. The cushioned seat insures that your guests will be comfortable when they are dining, the coral-inspired back will give your room some texture and unique...
I had seen this chair before, I believe composed of stuffed alligators, and I could not resist sharing the panda version of it with you, even if most of us would sock $85K toward, I don't know, a house, college, or retirement. It's still fun to look!
Okay, okay, if a leopard print sofa is too much for you to wrap your mind around, try out a piece of leopard print furniture with an accent chair. This modern piece has the lines of a French classic.
Leopard Print Accent Chair
Add a little French flair and cafe society style to your kitchen with these fabulous woven chairs. There are multiple patterns and colors available - customize until your heart's content! Good luck picking a favorite.
This beautiful metal design with aged leather cushions will stay comfortable. It is a man's chair, but I confess that I wouldn't mind one too — with a white parson's desk and a vase of pink flowers.
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