Considered one of his most well-known chairs, the Hans Wegner CH24 Wishbone Chair remains popular today. Its design is easily recognizable and makes a great addition to your home. While its look seems simple, a closer look reveals an elegantly curved back and legs. It's this attention to detail that helped this chair to become so popular. You can expect the same great quality and unparalleled attention to detail in our Wishbone Chair.
The Hans Wegner CH24 Wishbone Chair brings an admired look into your home, and is also uniquely customizable. Its solid wood frame is available in five different finishes, enabling you to choose which best matches your current furniture and décor. It is also available in your choice of a classic woven wood-cord seat, or upholstered in leather. Several types of colors of leather are available.
The most prolific Danish designer to date, Hans Wegner has designed more than 500 different chairs. He is regarded as one of the most innovative Danish furniture designers, and credited with helping to make Danish design popular internationally.
The Hans Wegner Elbow Chair is customizable. Its solid wood frame is available in your choice of beautiful finish and its leather seat cushion is available in your choice of color. This versatile chair can be used effectively in any room of your home. Its admired look adds instant distinction to your space.
The Molded Plastic Side Chair concept was conceived in the mid-1950's, has received numerous design awards, and has increased in popularity and relevancy ever since. It has served as a functional, versatile choice in homes and establishments throughout the entire world, due to its uncanny blend of form-fitting structure and eye-catching design. Its visual simplicity lends itself so well to experimentation, and for decades, the Molded Plastic Side Chair design has gone through many iterations, with variations in construction materials, color combinations and leg styles.
Celebrating the creative intent of the Molded Plastic Side Chair, Inmod's exclusive Printed Walnut version offers this classic design in a brand-new finish that beautifully replicates the look of a finely detailed walnut wood grain, offering a new layer of appeal that is as sleek and relevant as it is classic and mid-century.
Like much of Saarinen's work, his side table was designed as a solution rather than to simply be aesthetically pleasing. It is part of his Pedestal Collection, which was created to solve what Saarinen called the "slum of legs" under most dining tables.
The Saarinen Tulip Side Table features an MDF top in your choice of finish. It is met by a cast aluminum powder coated base. This table adds distinct, retro style to your space in a fun and functional way.
Eero Saarinen is one of the 20th century's most well known and influential designers. He is known for the ability to adapt his style to meet each specific task, as well as for designing for setting rather than form. The perfect example of this, the Saarinen Tulip Round Dining Table is made to correct what Saarinen called the "slum of legs" found under most dining tables. It is designed to correct this problem, yet its simple, minimalist shape has come to be celebrated as well.
The Saarinen Tulip Round Dining Table features an MDF top available in your choice of veneer finish. It is complemented by a cast aluminum base. This dining table adds a fun retro look to your space, while offering a glimpse at one of the 20th century's most popular designs. Make any meal more interesting with the Saarinen Tulip Round Dining Table.
The Abby Sofa exudes distinct 1950s character and faithfully captures the essence of mid-20th century soft furnishings. Featuring thick padded seat and back cushions, upholstered in a chic microtweed with classic tufting, the Abby Sofa is atop solid tapered wood legs. Three guests sit comfortably across two extra-wide seat and reversible back cushions and are well-supported by the Abby's hardwood inner-frame and sinuous spring system.
Since the 20th century, tufted upholstery has grown in popularity. Countless centuries old, tufting is a technique that has been embraced by notable designers of modern furniture, from the Bauhaus period to present-day. From Le Corbusier and Van Der Rohe to Hans Wegner and Ducaroy, the times have proven that clean lines and accented button tufting never goes out of style. While many of the distinguished works produced by such makers remain available today at a premium, the Abby Sofa provides an iconic look at an unparalleled value.
The Elaine Sofa delivers a uniquely chic Danish-inspired modern look defined by its organically-shaped silhouette, smooth seating surface, stylish button tufting and thin tapered legs. Upholstered in a 1950s reminiscent microtweed fabric, the Elaine Sofa's solid wood frame, sinuous spring system, and sleek continuous seat cushion that stretches arm to arm will generously seat and comfortably support three guests.
The Elaine's distinct shape can be traced back to mid-20th century Scandinavian influences. Its appreciation for simplicity, organic forms and for its materials were signature characteristics exhibited in the works of designers like Finn Juhl, Hans Wegner and Torben Lind. A centuries-old technique, tufting, was a favorite among notable designers of modern furniture, from the Bauhaus period to present-day. From Le Corbusier and Van Der Rohe to Hans Wegner and Ducaroy, the times have proven that clean lines and accented button tufting never goes out of style. While many of the distinguished works produced by such makers remain available today at a premium, the Elaine Sofa provides an iconic look at an unparalleled value.
Clean lines, sleek angles and understated button tufting defines the Scandinavian-inspired Georg Sofa. Constructed of a hardwood inner-frame, and supported by a sinuous spring system that provides ample support and comfort for up to three occupants, the Georg Sofa is ready to please. Accenting its elegant & simply-stated presence is a chic mid-century inspired microtweed fabric that outfits the Georg for any occasion and any space.
The Georg's minimalist aesthetic can be traced back to mid-20th century Scandinavian influences. Its appreciation for simplicity, organic forms and for its materials were signature characteristics exhibited in the works of designers like Finn Juhl, Hans Wegner and Torben Lind. While many of the distinguished works produced by such makers remain available today at a premium, the Georg Sofa provides an iconic look at an unparalleled value.