We are absolutely convinced that if we curl up wordlessly in the Hideout Chair from Sweden’s Front design group, no one would ever find us. It’s made from steam-bent solid beech with woven caned sides, and way too sleek to be mistaken for your Grandpa’s wing chair.
Tired of dealing with dirty upholstery, Sitskie came up with its patented block furniture system. Small strips of wood joined together by elastic create a seating surface that’s comfortable and easy to clean. It’ll leave your bank account spotless too.
Julie Legros and Lavallard Boget created this truly special interpretation of a classic Eames mid-century modern chair, replacing fiberglass with concrete, and swapping aluminum for steel rebar legs. The seat side has a smooth finish, while the rear is rough and unfinished.
Loll Designs’ Racer Rocker is a flat-pack outdoor rocking chair. It’s made of 100% recycled HDPE plastic, and each one is the equivalent of 288 milk jugs. It also has a storage trunk at the back. Available in seven colors.
Wayne Yeager’s LeanChair attempts to find a nice compromise between sitting and standing at work. It lets you recline and reduce the load on your feet and legs. Use it with a standing desk or on its own with its swing arm desk.
One of Muji’s most popular products is coming to the US. Unlike most bean bags, the Body Fit Cushion is versatile because it has both soft and firm sides. It measures about 22″x 22″x 15″ and will be available in beige or brown.
Josh Carmody’s clever stool does have legs. It’s just that there’s only three of them. The diagonal cross brace and the stool’s proportions make it seem like it has four legs when viewed from certain angles. Contact Josh to order.
These extravagant bean bags (a phrase we never thought we’d utter) are made from soft, natural sheepskin, adding a casual but luxurious feel to any space, dressing up casual spaces, and making fancy spaces comfy. Choose from 3′ or 6′ sizes.