A small armchair looks feminine, glamorous and elegant in any interior design. If you place it in your bedroom, then… OMG! It can´t get any more glamorous. At Modern Chairs we love them so much that we decided to write a all article on them. Have a look!
Contemporary furniture pieces demand contemporary stories. Guatemala was the stage of one of the most important discoveries in the twentieth century – the Naj Tunich, a cave rich in culture, heritage, history and values. All this richness is brought to urban tribes by NAJ velvet armchair, a strong contemporary furniture piece full of attitude with straight lines that will ﬁt every interior.
A feminine and luxurious velvet chair with discreet colors. The all set looks glamorous and feminine.
Decorator Ksenia Nikitina and her husband Ken bought this family duplex apartment in Moscow, Russia with stunning panoramic views. The home features a living room and dining room as well as a rooftop terrace with incredible city views. In one of the bedroom it is possible to see this small armchair upholstered in fabric. Source: onekindesign.com
Each spring from 1866 to 1885 cowboys drove from the Texas ranges to rail heads in Kansas. KANSAS armchair in synthetic leather, is a tribute to their courage.
Luxurious small living room chairs, upholstered in Chanel fabric.
Small velvet armchair, Saffron by Jo Littlefair London, is a great choice to match brass elements in your living room interior design.
Two deep blue modern chairs sit just in front of the glass-enclosed fireplace, getting all the warmth and ambiance, without any of the fire hazards of an open hearth. Interior design by Jane Lockhart Interior Design.
According to Dezeen.com, Swedish-French design duo Färg & Blanche has created a small armchair for Swedish furniture brand Gärsnäs. The chair design curves around the seat to form the arms. Padding is quilted into sections, creating a simple pattern on both sides of the back support. It comes upholstered in fabric or leather and solid ash legs poke out from short sleeves of material below the seat.
Mad Queen by Marcel Wanders. A continuous body, an enveloping seat, and an image strongly characterised by a matelassè finishing: Mad Queen plays on exclusive artisan details to add to the collection that began with Mad Chair in 2013. A small armchair with soft, continuous lines and a reassuring image, defined by a ‘protective body’ and by robust diagonal wooden legs.