The womb chair and the ottoman designed by Eero Saarinen is one of the most recognized designs in the interior design industry. He designed this cultural icon at the request of Florence Knoll, who wanted a chair full of pillows where she could curl up and relax. Working on her words, Saarinen designed the iconic womb chair that brought life to her words.
Womb chair is highly innovative and is also novel in appearance. This chair became so popular that it appeared in many cinemas and television shows. You can find the presence of this stylish chair in movies like Down with Love and Legally Blonde. The chair also appeared in a 1958 coco coal ad where Santa drinks coke sitting on this chair. It also made its presence known in a cartoon published in the New Yorker and on the cover page of a Saturday Evening Post. The chair enjoyed stardom along with stars like Renee Zellweger and Reese Witherspoon.
Using Womb chair in different settings
To make your interiors interesting and complete, you need to add varying geometric textures and patterns. The colors and the curvy design of the womb chair bring in the balance needed for any interiors. The chair effortlessly blends with your interiors while drawing attention for its colors and curves.
Womb chair at Manhattan Home Design comes in a range of colors. When you add this ubiquitous addition to your neutral settings it works as an accent chair. The chair blends beautifully with the interiors when placed in a corner of the living room.
In a black and white setup, the womb chair becomes a focal point. And when furnished in the bedroom, the chair becomes a comfortable spot to have your morning cup of coffee.
A red womb chair and ottoman from the Manhattan Home Designs can add a pop of color to a white and gray combination minimalistic living room. The chair also brings an interesting look to the room when outfitted with the fireplace.