The Eames Lounge Chair is a hot ticket that will easily transmit you into the furniture Hall of Fame… in theory. Standing at almost 3 feet or 32 inches, the Eames Lounge Chair exudes show-stopping excellence in design and comfort. Planning out your purchase may require not so much as seeing the lounge chair and ottoman in person, but knowing what interior design scheme it will mesh with best. We believe the Eames lounge reproduction is a neat addition to any indoor space. But there are some spaces that are more riveting than others. To better understand the design magic that this chair induces, below is a gathering of 5 instances that show the Eames Lounge chair & ottoman beautifying an indoor space:
Adorning a Black & White Room:
Black and white is not only a hallmark style in fashion, but in interior design as well. This room follows a black and white color scheme with white walls, a white Bauhaus loveseat, book shelves, TV bench and lamp; and a black TV. Although this living room incorporates black and white, it would be lacking on the black front, with black mainly showing in the black and white rug. This Eames lounge Chair not only spruces up the living room but also alludes to a more even color scheme with its black leather. Notice how the Bauhaus loveseat does not need to be mirrored on the opposite side, the Eames lounge reproduction suffices the setup.
In a Highly-Accessorized Living Room:
The Eames Lounge reproduction takes an unusual spot for a major piece of furniture: in front of an already furnished wall. This living room is highly decorated with accessories: three tables worth of them! There’s also a sill in front of the fireplace, laden with art, boxes and more. However, the Eames Lounge chair and Ottoman only enrich this living room further. There is no discordance with an overall beige color scheme and the fact that there is available space between the Eames Lounge reproduction and the short table behind it, signaling the emptiness that would abound had there been no chair. The Eames Lounge fits wonderfully, with the addition of a decorated throw cushion, matching the ones on the sofa. It also adds a nice dark tone, matching the rug, while the veneers look appealing with the beige tones and wooden floor.
Tastefully Filling Up a Bedroom:
The Eames Lounge Chair is even appropriate for bedrooms. The Eames Lounge reproduction casts a vivid projection of midcentury of the modern look in this bedroom, which is amplified by the fact that there are two Eames Lounge chairs. Who wouldn’t want to wake up facing two of these gorgeous and comfortable chairs. This classic lounge chair is a perfect space-filler for the bedroom, which does not necessarily need different dressers and drawers when there’s extra space available. In this bedroom, the two lounge chairs suit the brown dresser and ceiling fan with its dark hues aligning with those of the furniture.
In an Office:
The Eames Lunge chair replica steals the show even in an office setting. In what looks to be a home office, the classic lounge chair and ottoman is front and center, deservedly so. The chair looks impeccable with the chandelier, whose lights accentuate the gleam and luster of the chair’s leather. The veneer matches greatly with the wooden shelves and light brown ceiling and floor. This office is complete with the lounge chair, not only for the sake of style, but comfort as well, because sometimes even when working, we all could take ten. In this room, you don’t even have to abandon your work station, especially if using a laptop while resting on the chair.
The Eames House:
Yes THE Eames House, the house that Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman designers Charles and Ray resided until their death. Situated in Pacific Palisades, California, this house and this living room in particular, were recovered in a 2011 preservation effort. Before, it was emptied of its furniture, which was put on display in the Los Angeles County Museum. This living room is as design-intuitive as one would imagine the Eames’ living room to be. Modern, yet timeless, this living room features a decent amount of plants and floating lights, (4 lantern-esque lights in total!). Another accessorized room, this living room is loaded with books, containers, pots and pillows, including some on the lounge chair. The lounge chair sticks out the most, as the largest in the room and with its sleek black leather. You just can’t go wrong with this lounge chair.