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This contemporary chair makes me think Mork and Mindy. This is a playful, comfortable and fun chair that would be a great conversation piece on your back porch.
Hanging Egg Occasional Chair
This One-Seater bean bag offers one simple solution to one looming problem: where to have your child land, comfortably? The simple details and great construction provide a great reading corner cushion or space for doing homework or watching movies on Family Movie Night.
My kids have this chair swing and love to cozy up and read a book in it. It's the perfect outdoor piece for kids.
Swingasan Chair, Peacock
Beautifully feminine, soft and elegant...a classic design in the vein of the Louis XV classic. Cabriole legs and floral carvings...this chair has it all! It would be perfect in a feminine styled bedroom or any room in your home needing a touch of French elegance. 30"W x 32"D x 37"H8-way...
White French Chair
I love the simple yet beautiful design of this weathered oak bench. The cane seating gives it additional texture and interest. This piece would be perfect in a front entry or mudroom.
Cross Back Bench
For the truly modern-minded parent, and nuts-and-bolts kind of kid, this quirky seat is like nothing else you'll find. Made from a single block of polyurethane foam, this seating offers both strength and cushion. Whether you have a teenager looking to relax with a book or video games, or a toddler...
These pint-size Adirondack chairs come in a rainbow of colors. Adding your child's name is an extra special touch.
On my bucket list: have an outdoor space someday where I'd kick back in one of these reclaimed wood Adirondack chairs and watch the sunset (sipping a mint lemonade with fresh mint from the garden, of course).
This office chair is one of most stylish bangs for the buck around today. It's sleek, it's leather, and it looks like at least a thousand bucks, but it's only $199.White bonded leather padded seat and backChrome plated metal baseFive-caster base gas-lifts and swivelsOffice Chair. 20"Wx24.5"Dx32"–35...
What child would not want their own sofa in their space? How fun is this tufted child size one? Yes, please!
This chair combines classic elegance with modern sleekness. The buttons harken back to the regal armchairs of the past, while the structured arms of the chair make it clean. This chair could easily fit into any home.
This colorful wrought iron chair just says "garden party." I think it would also look just right around an old wood table in a breakfast nook.
I love, love, love this chair! To me, it is the perfect blend of feminine and masculine qualities: dark paired with white, glitzy nail-head trim on creamy leather and straight lines matched with comfort.
Norman Cherner first designed his iconic chair in 1958. A bunch of drama, thieving and suing happened, and eventually production of the chair was scrapped. Luckily, Norman's sons have put the chair back into production, and design fans are snapping it up as quickly as they can.
Crafted of European beechwood and rattan, this charming chair with open scroll-work design, has a custom hand-distressed finish that includes "worm holes," rasping, and rub through.22"W x 22"D x 38.5"T.
For parents who want amazing playthings for their children but don't want their house to be inundated with baby things, this consolidated desk and cube chair allows for a great play and coloring station while taking up little room. When finished, the two pieces slide together into a cube.
When a Houzz user asked where these chairs came from, I was SURE they were vintage, but they just look that way! These metal chairs are unique and will add a dose of modern vintage style to an eclectic room.
Metal Praque Chair
Normally I think this kind of stuff is cheap or cheesy, but these are cute. Sport-themed chairs would make for fun seating options in a kids' room, playroom or even the family room.
The teardrop shape and the intertwined color of the wicker and rattan make this an interesting design. It looks nice and spacious inside.
This pattern offers a soft palette of shades to inspire a whole room. I picture this simple chair in a bedroom corner as a cozy sitting spot.
This chair is aptly named. It looks like a movie director should be seated in it, directing. I like this chair because it's not the same old black leather chair. The white has a clean, elegant look.
This rocker with its stylishly flared back is a wonderful twist on the classic Adirondack style. I love the curvy seat and the super fun color of this perennial favorite.
The camelback shape with nailhead trim has been very popular in the last few years, and a neutral linen is my favorite way to use these because it is so versatile.
A pint-sized Louis chair with all the refined details of the full version is an irresistible must-have for a mommy Francophile such as myself. Some might question the sanity of buying a little girl a hand-carved and finely upholstered piece of furniture for their bedroom — in cream no less! — but I...
Petite French Carved Chair
As dining chairs, these linen-upholstered seats are both elegant and charming. Gather your guests 'round the table in a set of these beautiful chairs, and let the feasting begin!
Nothing beats Fatboy for child-resistant seating. Their beanbags are available in a rainbow of colors and patterns, but I'm a huge fan of this bold Marimekko print.
I once had to sit on a chair like this for one whole afternoon. After that I could hardly stand up, because each bone in my body hurt. However, I love the design, so I would put this in a walk-in closet (if I were to have one) and use it as a place to temporarily put clothes on.
Industrial doesn't have to read "cold" — add in a few wood tones here and there and your traditional industrial space warms up! Great for a dining room in a set or as an occasional chair in the office.
The cottage summer experience would not be complete without a sit in a classic porch rocker. Enjoy your morning cup of coffee as you rock and slowly plan your day, or catch up with family at the evening’s end. These rockers are comfortable, durable and just the thing for a country porch.
There's a subjective line between an out-and-out knockoff and an homage. I think this chair is the latter, taking a classic Eames bent ply side chair, giving it a nod in Oak, and adding some comforting cushioning.
The wishbone chair is a favorite of high-end designers. Try it on in black for a new version of this timeless classic. Great as a dining chair, or maybe one for a desk chair. Super lines and super comfy.
Wishbone Black Wood Y Chair
Jazz up a room for the diva in any little girl. The Zebra Heart Chair is sure to be a great conversation piece for any home.
Zebra Heart Chair
One of the best ways to get some instant French Industrial Style is through the Marais Chair. Originally produced by Tolix in 1934, this aluminum beauty fits into every room in the house and practically any style.
This versatile chair comes in a range of color options, and its simple shape can work in a number of different roles around the house. I'd use a few around the dining table, or perhaps in a work area or home office.
While this chair is Scandinavian, there's something rooted in classic Roman design about it to me. Or maybe it's just that its back is the symbol for Pi? Whatever it is, it has a striking silhouette, wood material and rustic base are a great combination.
Liliana Chair, Teal Ironwork
Bean bags are fun and functional for you little one's space. This company has a myriad of options in terms of both size and color.
This stunning rocker from Bodie and Fou has won multiple design awards, and with good reason. Its sleek, sculptural lines will fit in anywhere, and it is ergonomically designed to be incredibly comfortable, no matter your height.
Gaivota Rocking Chair
Now this is a desk chair. I love it and kind of wish it was mine! It looks comfortable, handsome and has a vintage charm.
This classic preschool chair comes in a wide range of colors. It is indestructible, which is always good for little ones.
If I had my dream lake house, I would order up a bunch of these rockers; they have that 1950s vibe that reminds one of visiting their grandparents or staying at a hotel in New Hampshire that hadn't been redecorated since then.
This simple chair blends seamlessly with many surroundings, and at that price, I could easily think of a place or two where it could be useful around the house.
This fun little chair is a great way to bring a contemporary, colorful feel into the home office without breaking the bank. If you need more than one, mix and match colors to get more playful.
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