Charles and Ray Eames’ timeless masterpiece is as comfortable as it is luxurious. The Herman Miller Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman is part of the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection.
Pretend you rule House Baratheon with designer Merve Kaharaman’s wood antler-embellished personal throne, complete with carved hoof legs, leather pads, and a textured finish that mimics fur.
Kevin Ferguson and Eric Brittingham’s brilliant chair for auto mechanics. It swiftly transforms from a chair to a creeper. It has neck and back support and magnetic tool trays. More here and here.
Positive Space Designs created this three-seater bench using reclaimed wood from an old bowling alley. It actually reminds us of those seats where you put on your bowling shoes.
onefortythree’s handmade chair has a curvy seat and back molded from walnut-veneered ply, mounted to a welded steel frame with solid walnut rockers. Choose from leather or tweed cushions.
Designed by Dan Goldstein, the Re-Ply is a minimalist recliner made with used corrugated cardboard. A durable and environment-friendly furniture. Also available with fake fur or felt.
Furniture by Slovakian studio Allt (All That). Made of spruce wood, the design of both the Highstack shelf and the Lowstack bench was inspired by wood planks stacked in sawmills and warehouses.
A wooden hourglass stool filled with white sand that measures five minutes. As its name implies it’s meant to be used to reprimand kids, but all we know is it’s a giant hourglass and we want one.
If you’ve had your eye on the unusual Eastpak sofa, you’re in luck because it’s now stocked in various retailers. The pocket-filled furniture is based on Quinze & Milan’s Club 01 sofa.
A gorgeous example of upcycling done right, Balaz Moldovan’s adirondack chair is made from old whiskey barrel staves. Also available in wine barrels. Check out his Etsy shop for more.
Restoration Hardware has added yet another chair to our wish list. The chair is fully upholstered in hand distressed leather and has a polished aluminum base. Available in a variety of finishes.
An auto shop in the Czech Republic makes sofas, tables and other furniture using actual parts from vintage cars. If you want, you can even send them a car for them to convert into furniture.
Designed by Angelina Barkschat, Finn BlÃ¼mel and Severin Arnold, the 63 Grad (63 Degrees) bench can be folded thanks to its nylon hinges. Multiple units can be connected to form a larger bench.
Despite the fact that designer Rasmus B. Fex’s chair looks like it’s about to tip over, it’s actually extraordinarily stable thanks to some clever engineering and construction.
Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk used their experience from designing in-flight seating to create a compact and beautiful recliner for residential use. In leather, fabric or Ultrasuede.
Designed by Clinton Underwood, these handmade cedar and oak beach chairs are created in the likeness of surfboards, and fold flat for easy carrying. Just don’t try and ride a wave with one.
A chair inspired by the Brothers Grimm tale Little Red-Cap aka Little Red Riding Hood, the Wolf Within appears to have a wolf-shaped shadow that is actually a faux fur rug.
Awesome custom, one-of-a-kind chairs featuring images of superheroes (or other characters), created by artist Larry DiMaio. Definitely not your grandpa’s wingchair. (Thanks Amy!)
The Locus desk and chair encourage a position halfway between sitting and standing. Both pieces are highly adjustable so you can find a position that works for you, your tools and your workflow.
These reclining leather armchairs will complete your home theater. They have electronically reclining backs and rising footrests, cup holders and full grain leather. Also available as sofas.
Alite’s 2 pound portable chair is just the right thing for your backpack, providing a comfortable slingback lounger that can hold up to 250 pounds while looking good doing it.
Designed by Tobias Juretzek for Italian furniture company Casamania, the eye-catching Rememberme Chair is made out of old clothes bonded to a metal frame using a special epoxy.
Crypton Home’s rocking chair is not only comfortable, it’s also well prepared against the destructive power of toddlers, thanks to fabric that is stain-, moisture- and odor-resistant.
Architect Paul Kweton’s CNC-milled birch plywood rocker provides a place for pet owners and pets to chill together. While cool, our pets would still opt for jumping on our laps.
A brilliant and modern take on the bean bag, Taiwan designer Yu-Ying Wu’s Breathing Chair is made from foam, cut into triangular cells which allow it to flex and conform to its occupant.
With Spring upon us, and Summer around the bend, we can picture ourselves relaxing on the other side of this two-person lounge chair, sipping some piÃ±a coladas, and drinking in the sun.
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