Designer Replica Furniture You Need To Know About March 09 2017
Since the lounge is where we tend to spend the majority of our time at home relaxing, it is important that its furnishings are not only stylish but also comfortable too.
We have selected our top replica designer lounge chairs from Tabula Rasa based on a number of different factors. Whether you are after maximum comfort or a striking and intriguing design, we have the ideal lounge chair for you within our extensive collection.
Designed in 1956, by the legendary designer duo Charles and Ray Eames, there is no way we could not start off with this well-renowned design classic. Like the original, Tabula Rasa's replica Eames Lounge Chair is the perfect choice for maximum comfort. The chair also has an executive feel to it. Read Tabula Rasa's Guide to this legendary chair. Sturdy, soft and roomy, the Eames Lounge Chair is the perfect choice for maximum comfort. The chair also has an executive feel to it, which gives it a sense of importance.
We love the Grant Featherstone R160 Contour chair. Designed by Grant Featherstone in 1951, our platinum quality reproduction is virtually identical to the original. How could anyone resist the silky smooth curves, perfect proportions and organic design that defines them? With a simple and elegant design and upholstered in soft 100% Danish cashmere wool, the Tabula Rasa reproduction is a beautiful and well loved piece of designer furniture that is popular with many of our Malaysian clients. The light grey cashmere is our personal favourite, which can be complimented with a sandstone coloured fabric sofa, such as the Hepburn Sofa.
Eero Saarinen Style Womb Chair and Ottoman
This beautiful chair was the result of a request made by Florence Knoll, American designer and architect, to Eero Saarinen, for a chair that she could "curl up in". The modernist designs of the fifties and sixties often put form above comfort and this masterpiece, which has been popular ever since, went some way to redressing the balance. Offering comfort and a sense of security this designer chair became known as the womb chair. Tabula Rasa's high quality replica complete with footstool is available in a wide range of colours, upholstered in 100% Danish cashmere wool. A great addition to a contemporary interior.
Arne Jacobsen Style Egg Chair
The curvacious Egg chair is a modern masterpiece combining comfort with organic form and is still a 'must have' piece in the homes of wealthy aficionados, as well as architects and designers. Originally designed in Jacobsen's garage way back in 1958, it is thought to be inspired by Earo Saarinen's Womb chair, from which some traits can be seen. We love its curvy lines and minimal aesthetic which can really make a statement in a room.
This chair is a great choice for any modern apartment, but is also a perfect option for lobby and reception areas where it sort of wraps you up and is a great place to get some privacy. As with other Tabula Rasa replica furniture pieces, we regularly receive positive feedback from our customers who admire the small details that differentiate our Egg Chairs from many of our competitors. This includes an automatic rotate function, an either upholstered in a single cow hide or a soft sumptuous cashmere wool.
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe Barcelona Chair
The Barcelona chair is an icon of modern classical style and the Tabula Rasa replica furniture has been painstakingly constructed of deeply tufted leather and gleaming stainless steel. This chair was originally created to provide seating for the King and Queen of Spain at Barcelona's World Fair in 1929. Read Tabula Rasa's guide to the Barcelona chair.
Frequently used on movie sets, high powered offices and modern dream homes. Indeed the chair can adorn a wide range of interior styles. An accent in any type of room, its easily recognisable design can create a welcoming atmosphere. Some accent cushions in your colour of choice and an interesting carpet will accentuate the visual appeal of the chair. The elegant shape works well in eclectic rooms, contemporary penthouses or refined urban apartments. Add an ottoman into the mix and you have a cosy relaxation zone