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See 7 Contemporary Chairs Used By The Top Interior DesignersSaturday 2 March 2019
See 7 Contemporary Chairs Used By The Top Interior Designers ⇒ If you’re looking to change up your space, then this is the place for you. Today, CovetED brings you 7 contemporary chairs used by the top interior designers, in order to help you renovate according to the best design trends. Enjoy!
In this Hillcrest Residential project, interior designer Kelly Wearstler makes good use out of two sets of contemporary chairs. Initially constructed in 1926 and then re-imagined as a classic Georgian manor by architect James Dolina in 1933.
This clean and crisp design project by Kelly Hoppen features two incredible chairs that work as the centrepiece of the living room.
Starck‘s living room design for Yoo Hotels and Residences Project. Interesting combination of yellow and grey shades with a stunning chair stealing the spotlight.
This contemporary dining room has a pop of colour thanks to the Ibis dining chair by Brabbu. Upholstered in cotton velvet, this velvet dining chair with an aged brass nailhead trim is the focal point of any dining room set.
The Soleil Armchair by Boca do Lobo is the perfect piece for this living room decor decked out in gold details. Inspired by the spirit and mission of the famous Cirque du Soleil, the purpose is to invoke, provoke and evoke.
In collaboration with Uribe & Schwarzkopf, Wanders&YOO created a residential marvel. The Oh! project (2016) is a nature-inspired living space set in the exclusive urban neighbourhood of Gonzales Suarez in Ecuador. The dining room showcases these clean but stylish chairs.
This mid-century modern living room corner by Essential Home has the Hudson armchair as its centrepiece. The body structure of the chair is produced in solid walnut wood with metal shoes on its legs, made of polished brass.
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