Cedar Lake International StyleContemporary Hall, Minneapolis

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duncanwolfe wrote:Feb 28, 2015
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    Barcelona Designs

    We would like to recommend our Eames lounge chair. It is one our best product. Our reproductions are made with the same specifications as the originals and utilize sophisticated production techniques & detailed finishing to maintain the integrity of these iconic designs.

    Upholstered in your choice of top-grain eco-leather, premium Italian leather, and 100% aniline leather imported from Italy. Our solid wood pieces are from carefully selected hardwoods, meticulously chosen to minimize wood knots and produce an even finish. All parts of the chair are made with the same leather grade option you choose. You also have the choice of color, leather, and veneer. Visit our product page


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susanebyrd wrote:Nov 30, 2013
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    Peterssen/Keller Architecture

    Thank you for your interest in our Cedar Lake International Style Residence. The floors were custom finished oak with a matte finish. Best, Peterssen/Keller Architecture

jessicamorant wrote:May 22, 2013
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    Peterssen/Keller Architecture

    Thank you for your interest in our Cedar Lake International Style Residence. The lamp was the owner's. Best, Peterssen/Keller Architecture

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Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Back Problems? Try Putting Your Feet UpJul 11, 2014

Leaning backward, on the other hand, can take pressure off the spine and help relax the muscles. Lueder adds that elevating the legs helps make it easier to lean back, and at the same time brings the legs up closer to the heart, which can relieve leg edema and foot swelling and lower the heart rate. These issues, Lueder points out, are more relevant to people in their mid-40s or older. However, she adds, “raising the legs up without at the same time leaning back can hurt the back. That is because bringing the legs up closer to the torso increases the loads on the spine by flattening the lumbar curve of the lower back. There is also a bit of flattening of the lower back when the legs straighten from the traditional sitting position.” So, leaning backward while raising the legs is the most beneficial position for the back. Here are three great ways to put your feet up.Lounge Chair and OttomanAppropriately named, the lounge chair encourages lounging! Paired with an ottoman, it allows users to put their feet up and easily adjust the ottoman forward or backward a bit to accommodate their height. The lounge chair and ottoman setup offers spatial flexibility that single pieces, such as recliners, cannot. The downside is that although most lounge chair backs have a reclining angle that is comfortable for most people, it’s typically stationary. Lounge chairs also tend to be on the larger side, and paired with an ottoman can command a lot of square footage.

Becky Harris added this to Modern Icons: Isamu Noguchi's Akari Light SculpturesNov 8, 2012

Another iconic floor lamp is Model UF5/33NW, which adds an organic twist to spaces from midcentury modern to transitional.

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Stephen Balasta added this to Stephen's ideasNov 15, 2018

Omg that chair in the living room!

LylasMum C added this to CHAIRSAug 5, 2018

Eames lounge chair and footstool

charland61 added this to charland61's ideasMay 6, 2018

Eames lounge chair, Noguchi lamp

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