Leather Mid Century Chair

Leather Mid Century Chair

Named for the way its aniline leather seat peeks through its solid wood frame, our Mid-Century Show Wood Chair packs good looks and comfort into one sleek silhouette. Did we mention its sculptural arms and wide, welcoming seat? 26″w x 31.6″d x 32.3″h. Covered in top-grain aniline leather. Aniline leather has a natural look and soft, waxy finish that will scuff over time and develop a beautiful vintage patina with age and use. Solid wood legs with a Pecan-stained finish (Nero and Aegean Blue) or Espresso-stained finish (Saddle). Imported.
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Leather Mid Century Chair

Delightfully playful, stylistically sculptural, and a touch otherworldly, Mid-Century Modern furniture is our not-so-secret obsession. A catchall term used to classify designs produced during the Mid 20th Century, Mid-Century Modern furniture is easily identifiable by its swooped forms, teak frames, and bold-colored upholstery. Iconic makers include Adrian Pearsall, Milo Baughman, and, of course, Charles and Ray Eames.
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Leather Mid Century Chair

Our selection of mid century modern reproduction chairs inspired by influential iconic designers such as Eero Saarinen, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Hans Wegner, Florence Knoll and more. Relive the Eames era without blowing your budget. Our selection of gorgeous, well made mid century modern furniture is delivered for free across North America. International Shipping is available as well. Accentuate your modern chair with fun emoji pillows!
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Leather Mid Century Chair

For those who dream in shades of cool California fruit trees (think sunburst orange and creamy avocado), like their teak-oiled arms accented with a bit of bright brass, and crush on anything Eames: meet Mid-Century Modern. A term used to classify furniture constructed between 1945 to 1970, Mid-Century Modern style encompasses everything from sparse Scandinavian pieces to exotic Brazilian masterpieces decked out in pillow-padded frames and butter-like hides. It’s a care-free, effortless style that brinks on boho, but thanks to integrated elements of Danish Modernism, never veers into overly layered or how-exactly-do-I-clean-that? territory.
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Leather Mid Century Chair

In its hey-day Mid-Century Modern furniture was not one to play it demure color-wise. Upholstery in shades of saffron, cobalt, and poppy was commonplace. Updated for a new millennium, however; we’re inclined to favor shade-dwelling colors a bit more than the full-sun showstoppers. Mid-Century shapes look divine when cloaked in emerald, navy, and oxblood velvets. With tables and case goods, opt for pieces with slightly darker finishes and brass or turquoise hardware or inlays. Unexpected metallic or stone will make for a room that reads more ambiguous (and glam) than the usual, brisk Scandinavian look.
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Leather Mid Century Chair

To prevent fading and cracking, avoid exposure to direct sunlight or heat. Fluff seat and back cushions to help them wear more evenly. Dust with a dry cloth and vacuum regularly. Do not use water to wash out butter, oil or grease stains. Wipe with a dry cloth. The spot will dissipate into the leather over time. To protect and maintain the leather we recommend purchasing a leather conditioner; always test-clean on a hidden area first to confirm results.
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Leather Mid Century Chair

Whether it’s a rocking chair for the front porch or a cushy armchair for your reading nook, we all need a seat or two (or three) in our home. A recliner or chaise lounge is always a popular living room addition, while a glider, reading chair or massage chair is relaxing in a bedroom. Regardless of what you’re looking for, the options are endless, and the search is overwhelming. As you add more midcentury chairs to your home, consider the following: More
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Leather Mid Century Chair

New materials like bent plywood, fiberglass, and acrylic made it easy for designers to forge into previously uncharted territory. For the first time, they were able to produce furniture that wasn’t hammered and nailed together so much as it was sculpted. Additionally, manufactures like Knoll and Herman Miller provided designers with large-scale platforms on which to promote and distribute their designs. These manufacturers helped Mid-Century Modernism permeate the cultural consciousness, which in large part, has led to its enduring appeal.
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Sell on Houzz – Learn MoreWhat style chairs work for my space?As you pick out the pattern, color and material, start by understanding what you like and what will blend in (or stand out) in your current midcentury decor. A tufted or wingback club chair gives off an elegant, sophisticated vibe, while an piece with nailhead details or chevron pattern is more contemporary. Bring a pop of color to your space with a bright or multicolored option, or add some much-needed pattern in an all-white room. You can also add style by experimenting with material. Leather and wood are classic options, while an upholstered or plastic piece can veer more modern, depending on the other finishes. When it comes to material, you want to think about both practicality and design; after all, wood and plastic are more durable when little kids or pets are involved since they’re easy to wipe up and hard to ruin.
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What style chairs work for my space?As you pick out the pattern, color and material, start by understanding what you like and what will blend in (or stand out) in your current midcentury decor. A tufted or wingback club chair gives off an elegant, sophisticated vibe, while an piece with nailhead details or chevron pattern is more contemporary. Bring a pop of color to your space with a bright or multicolored option, or add some much-needed pattern in an all-white room. You can also add style by experimenting with material. Leather and wood are classic options, while an upholstered or plastic piece can veer more modern, depending on the other finishes. When it comes to material, you want to think about both practicality and design; after all, wood and plastic are more durable when little kids or pets are involved since they’re easy to wipe up and hard to ruin.

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