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  • Should I get the Barcelona Chair Replica or the original?

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    That’s a question for the ages, but also one that we can properly solve without so many words. If you have enough money to buy yourself an original Barcelona chair, do it. In fact, if you did have money you’d have probably bought one already. But yet, here you are, reading about Barcelona replicas. Why do you think that is?

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  • Do not buy the Barcelona Chair Replica without reading this

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    You’ve probably coveted a Barcelona chair for a long time, and that’s not unusual: the simple yet elegant design can be very enticing, though not enough to spend thousands of dollars on it, am I right? The furniture enthusiast’s best bet for the new millennia will always be to purchase quality, true-to-design replicas that keep the features and aesthetic of the original works intact (for a fraction of the price.

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  • 5 Most Iconic Barcelona Chair Appearances in Television

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    The Barcelona chair, like the Eames Lounge chair, the Arco Lamp, the Wegner Ox Chair, and many others, is an icon of luxury that constantly appears in movies and television sets in a variety of colors and decoration schemes. There’s only one constant: all of these places are for the wealthy.

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  • 5 Most Iconic Barcelona Chair Spottings in Film

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    Created by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich in 1929, the Barcelona chair draws inspiration from the Roman “curules,” a form of ancient seating for the aristocrats of the era. The royal connotation passed down to Spanish rulers, for which the first prototype was made, and then to many film and television sets which acknowledge the chair’s luxurious and noble origins.

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  • 3 ways to include Barcelona Chair in a small apartment

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    The Barcelona chair is one of the most beloved objects to ever make an appearance in the world of home design. Created by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich in 1929, this lounger was originally intended as a seating for Spanish Royalty.

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