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This versatile, contemporary chair is a barebones take on the shape of an armchair. The seat of Eiffel chair is made from a very heavy-duty, strong plastic with a matte finish and is supported by an equally strong steel base, which is covered with a layer of high-shine chrome. The eiffel wire base chair has an "Eiffel Tower" style steel base and plastic shell seat. Four black feet are included to protect hardwood flooring. Very up-to-date, your inner sense of style will revel in the trendiness of this chair. Add several Eames Era Eiffel Base Side Chairs around your kitchen table, and watch as the room is instantly transformed with a classic retro-inspired look. This versatile chair is a popular choice for kitchens, and works just as well as additional seating in the living room, bedroom, or office.
- - Sold in set of 2
- - White heavy-duty plastic seat (matte finish)
- - Chromed steel supports
- - Black plastic feet/floor protectors
- - Simple assembly required
Note: Customers who want to purchase both Eiffel Style side chairs and Eiffel Style Arm Chairs, the arm chairs' have a little brighter white color than the side chairs. The color difference may be noticed if you put both side and arm chairs together.
About Charles and Ray Eames
Charles (1907–1978) and Ray (1912–1988) Eames were American designers, married in 1941, who worked and made major contributions in many fields of design. The couple set up the office of Charles and Ray Eames, which functioned for more than four decades (1943–88) at 901 Washington Boulevard in Venice, California, included in its staff, at one time or another, a number of remarkable designers, like Henry Beer and Richard Foy, Don Albinson, Deborah Sussman, Harry Bertoia, and Gregory Ain. Among the many important designs originating there are the molded-plywood DCW (Dining Chair Wood) and DCM (Dining Chair Metal with a plywood seat) (1945), Eames Lounge Chair (1956), the Aluminum Group furniture (1958), Eiffel Plastic Side Chair, Eames Rocker as well as the Eames Chaise (1968).
* Why not check out more Modern Classic Furniture we carry? You will find various retro, modern, Bauhaus and contemporary pieces originally designed by designers such as Eileen Gray, George Nelson, Le Corbusier, Harry Bertoia,Noguchi and etc. Take your time!