Did you know the Ludwig Mies van der Rohe Barcelona Chair’s design may be considered worthy of royalty? They were meant as thrones for the King and Queen of Spain who were visiting the German Pavilion in the 1929 World Arts Fair in Barcelona. Pretty amazing! The internationally acclaimed Barcelona Chair replica has beautifully complemented an array of contemporary homes, from lofts to penthouses to houses.
Its fascinating shape, stainless steel frame and fine Italian leather cushions, ensure a durable, timeless accent piece. Thinking about purchasing one of these beauties for yourself? For inspiration, we’ve come up with a few examples of how this chair has adorned different decor styles. Check them out:
Merging Modern and Vintage
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Antique dark furniture and contrasting colors are especially beautiful when paired with Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s white leather chair. Relaxation spaces and reading corners equipped with a comfortable and elegant chair and ottoman like this, challenge you to recognize the comforting seat cushions adapted to fit the frame’s curve. What a welcoming private nook!
Sophisticated spaces like the one featured above ought to be accentuated furniture pieces as sophisticated as themselves – this trio of luxurious chairs! Classy interiors with quality details and beautiful ornaments challenge a race between high-end chairs – Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s armless chair wins! The functional and sculptural Barcelona Chair reproduction has a long lasting appeal.
No wonder the Barcelona Chair replica has been around for 83 years and reproduced over and over again – its unique shape is here to stay! Visit Barcelona Designs for the whole Barcelona Collection and other mid century items.