10 Timeless Chairs That Stand Out From The Crowd

Chairs are among the most common pieces of furniture and also infinitely versatile with a ton of different variations and styles to choose from. Of course, different types of chairs suit different purposes but that doesn’t necessarily any sort of insurmountable limits. Some designs seem to transcend style and function and to look and feel great no matter how you look at them. We already talked about such cool chairs in the past and now we’re back with even more exquisite designs and ideas.

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The was designed for comfort but that’s doesn’t mean it lacks style. In fact, it’s one of the most eye-catching pieces of furniture we’ve seen in a while. The chair is handmade using sustainable Canadian wood and you can get in in maple, walnut or ebonized ash. The cushions come in a variety of colors so you can perfectly match this beautiful chair to your home decor.

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The Collection which this unique chair is a part of was inspired by the sculptural forms of the ’30s, hence the prominent frame and unusually high backrest. The frame is made of tubular brass pipes which in itself is unusual enough to make this chair stand out. The style is eclectic, combining modern and vintage details and oscillating between simple/ subtle forms and exaggerated shapes.

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The is one of those pieces that looks impressive and can back up that look with great comfort and overall user-friendliness. It has a high, oversized backrest which curves and forms two loops at the base: the built-in armrests. You can get this stylish chair in a wide variety of colors and that applies to both the frame and the cushions.

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You may recognize in this image the timeless chair. Even though it was designed back in 1957 by Eero Saarinen, it’s still considered one of the most popular modern dining chairs out there. That makes the Tulip a truly timeless piece of furniture.

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The chair also has that classic, timeless look that we mentioned earlier. There’s something about leather dining chairs in general that makes them weirdly appealing and elegant. This one has a multi-layered shell padded in flame-retardant polyurethane. It’s available with both leather and fabric upholstery in a variety of different colors.

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It may not look like much at first but the  chair is actually quite complex. It was designed by Enzo Mari in 1985 when after a four-year period of research and customization the product was finally complete. Its aluminum alloy frame is sleek, slender and lightweight with very subtle curves which give the chair an elegant and look while increasing stability and comfort. The leather seat and the back are available in a limited range of colors.

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Meet , a very chic and comfortable armchair designed in 2017 by Frank Rettenbacher. It’s an interesting blend between a thin and slender base and a multi-layered seat and back shell. The backrest is made of beech plywood and seamlessly wraps around the upholstered side forming armrests and creating a nice sense of comfort for the user.

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2017 was also the year when the iconic Sign chair was reimagined by Piergiorgio Cazzaniga with several fresh variants including the which appeals to the younger consumers and which comes in a variety of bold and attractive colors. Both the original and the new chairs share a minimalist and sculptural design which can fit seamlessly and comfortably in any environment both indoor and outdoor.

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The is another refreshed version of the iconic design we mentioned earlier. Each piece is made using 45 meters of steel wire shaped into the graceful silhouette of the Sign chair. All the components are assembled by hang with more than 226 sealing points. Several color options are available including black, chrome, gold and pink gold.

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In addition to a stylish design, the chair features another important detail: it’s stackable. That comes in super handy when dealing with a small space or a multipurpose, modular layout. The Leaf chair was designed in 2005 by Lievore Altherr Molina and has a slender sled base made of steel rods. These modern stacking chairs come in three colors: white, green and moka and can be used both indoor and outdoor.