Looking for that perfect statement piece for your decor? This mid-century armchair designs, created by some of the most iconic personalities in the interior design world, can do the trick… Are you ready to be inspired?
Whether it is for your living room set, reading corner, or even for your hallway decor, the following mid-century armchair designs are some of the most iconic products in the world of interior design. Are you a fan of home decor with a touch of personality? Then what you are waiting for? One of these designs can be the chair of your dreams!
These unique mid-century armchair designs are a design lovers‘ dream due to its creative shape and historical background. Do you want to host your friends or family next big event, but you think your decor is no surprise? Well, these iconic products might be the conversation starter that you were dreaming of for sure!
Swan Chair 1958 by Arne Jacobsen
The first sketch for this mid-century armchair design was made for the lobby and lounge areas at the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, in 1958. Back in 1958, this iconic chair was a technologically innovative furniture piece: no straight lines – only curves. A molded shell of synthetic material on an aluminum star swivel base, with a layer of cold foam covering the shell upholstered in fabric or leather.
Barcelona Chair 1929 By Mies van der Rohe
The Barcelona Chair is a mid-century armchair design by Mies Van der Rohe and Lilly Reich specially made for the German Pavilion at the 1929 Barcelona International Exhibition. This unique design is, to our days, one of the most popular chairs in the interior design world and is composed of two pieces (backrest and footrest).
Featuring clean lines to fit any design project style, this mid-century armchair design by Essential Home, called Carver, might be one of the most versatile models that we have ever seen. A comfortable wingback chair for your living room decor, inspired by the deep forest vibe. It uses dark walnut wood and leather as main materials, besides having a round tapered leg with polished brass feet.
Togo By Michel Ducaroy
Being part of the classic Ligne Roset, Michel Ducaroy’s Togo has been the ultimate in comfort and style for over forty years. The timeless mid-century armchair design, which can also be considered a single sofa due to its large shape, features an ergonomic design with multiple density polyether foam construction and quilted covers, making each piece both visually attractive and physically inviting.
LCW Chair By Charles & Ray Eames
Part of Vitra’s inspiring collection, the LCW chair by Charles and Ray Eames, also known as Low Chair Wood or Eames Plywood Lounge Chair, is an iconic mid-century armchair design perfect to complement your home decor. This Vitra miniature chair ships in a small wooden Vitra box which is perfect for storage or display.
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