A mid century modern classic…the Eames Molded Plastic Chair. First introduced to in 1948 by the famed design couple Charles and Ray Eames, this chair has become a timeless decor and design staple.
Here’s a look at how this classic is used quite elegantly in modern dining rooms from around the world!
|Room and Board – Eames Plastic Molded Chairs – $349 (above)|
What do you think of the Eames chair? Like or dislike? Would you ever use in your dining room? If you own one or two or more…where are you using them?
Photos: Bo Bedre; Light Locations; Bolig Magasinet; Sharyn Cairns
11 responses to “MOLDING A MODERN DINING ROOM WITH EAMES!”
Love these chairs – and love seeing all the different applications of them together!
I use two white ones as end chairs along with four Emeco Navy chairs…with a plain white table and Horchow’s Capiz Shell Pendant Light (the big ball) hanging above. I love them.
I really appreciate these chairs, and I would use them in a clients home if they wanted them. But they aren’t my favorite.
They are really starting to grow on me. I like them mixed with rustic. Would work great with my set as chairs for the head of the table. Would be a great contrast to my Darcy Shabby Chic chairs.
I love that first room except for the chairs. It would look gorgeous with some Louis XV-style chairs.
Love, love, love! Love those chairs, love all those looks!
In my kitchen!
Love, love, LOVE Eames as a dining chair. The first and last spaces are my favorite.
Hmmm I do like these chairs but not 100 percent convinced they work in these settings. I think it’s the metal frame that makes them though.
Love the chairs, too. My favorite picture is definitely the one with the wood floor. The modern and rustic coming together is a great combo.
Where can I buy he lighting fixture in the 2nd picture?