The Eames La Chaise is a lounge chair designed by Charles and Ray Eames for the for The Museum of Modern Artís 1948 ďInternational Competition for Low-Cost Furniture Design.Ē Donít let this endeavor fool you; the actual production of the Eames LA Chaise was held off until as late as 1996, because it was too expensive. Eccentric and otherworldly, the Eames LA Chaise defies conventions, with its incomparable shape, concave turns and edges with a hole lodged on the lower back. With its two sides peeking out at different elevations, the Eames LA Chaise makes extending your feet and arms an easy process. The unusual shape of the chair makes it uniquely beautiful though unrecognizable as a lounge chair. The uncanny composition of this chair may make your head spin in regards to finding an appropriate space to put them.
The irregular, geometrically-defiant shape of the LA Chaise replica makes it a perfect pairing for other such irregularly-shaped pieces. Two amoeba-like, squiggly rugs do just the trick. Their wavy shape and white and brown hues match the aesthetic of the Eames LA Chaise closely. They are perfect decorations for an otherwise standard living room. Add some more pizazz with the rounded ottoman, another unconventional piece within this living room. The wooden coffee table and wooden drawers are matching pieces that suit the wooden floor and the wooden base of the Eames chair. Other unique pieces are the mesh ball chandelier and the abstract art frame, both of which utilize white accents that match the Eames LA Chaise replica and its main hue.
A Stylistic Haven
With the addition of highbrow furniture pieces, especially loads of them, you can make your indoor space a stylistic haven. With a stool functioning as a side table, the room is given a majestic flair. Two lounge chairs and two furry ottomans up the stylistic factor. Although the sectional is in a light grey color, it adds on the color with various cushions that provide tinges of color to the mostly white space. The chandelier is a multi-network of lighting fixtures, gracing the room to a fuller extent. The drapes provide more color alteration while matching the light tones of the room. The wall art in this space comes in the common form of a painting and the eccentric black three-dimensional figures on the walls, which mimic the fiber optic look.
The Eames LA Chaise replica complements the bibliophile in all of us. For home libraries, studies, or reading nooks, the LA Chaise fits in appropriately. It is both a comfortable option and as idiosyncratic as many books are. Think of it this way: a book takes you to new worlds; lounging atop the Eames LA Chise is chartering into a new world in its own right. The LA Chaise should be a kind of centerpiece, thus it sits nicely in the middle of a room instead of being cooped in a corner or beside a desk. This Eames replica deserves its own side table, a white fiberglass piece with a Tulip Table-esque aesthetic. Add another whimsical chair and side table and your library will merit boasting. To complete a fully- decorated library, add a few more side tables or chairs and a few accessories. Notice that they needed not take up space on the shelves, which are best left for books.
Enmeshed in Modern Elegance
Who says quirky canít be elegant? The Eames LA Chaise proves to be a decent counterpart for the Barcelona Daybed replica. Matching the LA Chaiseís white body, the Barcelona daybed in white plays well with the LA Chaise. Mainly, it serves as a piece of elegance, with its highbrow, Bauhaus aesthetic. This scenario exhibits a hybrid space with a dining area meshed with that of a living space. The white chairs add more subtle elegance, matching the Barcelona daybedís rectangular design. The white side tables add a nice mix of roundness, matching nicely with the Mickey Mouse figure atop the sideboard in the back. Although the configuration here is fluid, it shows how create you can get with the Eames LA Chaise.
A Light Alternative in Dark Spaces
A trendy lounge area mixes dining and living room accents for a thoroughly modern aesthetic. This space employs dark furniture and low lighting for a suave look that rests nicely beside large windows. If you donít live in a penthouse, fear not, you can still achieve this look. The darker setup is comprised of black Tulip chairs and a dark table. The dark wood coffee table and black lounge chair also add to this ambiance. Interestingly enough, this dark space has four major lighting fixtures and several small overhead lights. The Arco lamp graces the room with its arching steel makeup, while the Eames LA Chaise replica provides a light alternative. Its funky shape creates more midcentury flavor to the room.