23 leather chairs Midcentury Hall Design Photos

Mikel Irastorza
Spanish apartment
Ideabooks484
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Tan leather chair against our teak floor would be subtle, then other color would pop
lends to the light, airy, and clean feeling of the entire home. Light from a beautifully made stained-glass window fills the space. A vintage leather German chair from the '50s and a quirky floor lamp from Spanish company Santa & Cole adds warmth.
“Floor” — desoto321
Hillary Thomas Designs
Rustic Canyon Retreat
Ideabooks432
Questions2
Where are the chairs from ?
2 chair seating option 1 table
style of chair another feel - lobby
table and chairs...Love chairs
“Escultura” — rociolam
Stern McCafferty
Rutland Street Residence
Ideabooks1,091
Questions2
floor to ceiling white curtains, random chair
Cherner Side Chair | DWR
“Ripple fold” — hopefl819
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Spokane Midcentury - Mary Jean & Joel E. Ferris, II House
Ideabooks374
Questions0
leather bound books
“hallway; potentially have minor transition/couple stairs separating living/family area from bedrooms” — oxford1727
Collected Interiors
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Cotlesloe
Ideabooks55
Questions1
blue chevron chair
chevron chair
“use of different wood colora” — jenndowd
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Painter's Studio
Ideabooks115
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tulip chair
“big wood floors, white walls, stained molding” — drydenj
Dabito
OLD BRAND NEW
Ideabooks3,027
Questions2
midcentury bedside or chair side table
“Cabinet” — ntimmeriv
Lucy Call
My Houzz: Ron
Ideabooks198
Questions0
Chairs: Plywood LCW by Charles Eames for Herman Miller, circa 1940s; table: Tulip by Eero Saarinen for Knoll
Chairs: Plywood LCW by Charles Eames for Herman Miller
within the open-plan main living space. The Eames molded plywood LCW chair on the left (first year of production) is one of his favorite pieces. He even uses the iconic shape as his shop's logo, and also has it tattooed on his arm.Chairs: Plywood LCW by Charles Eames for Herman Miller, circa 1940s; table:
“Purple room idea” — miranda0077
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