The Eames Lounger is widely celebrated for its debut on Arlene Francis' "Home Show" at one of their premieres in 1956. "Dr Fraser Crane from the famous American comedy also shows a variety of furniture in his luxury apartment.
Unsurprisingly, the Eames style office seat became as famous as that. They are beautifully designed and made, a place for fun and business. Anyone who purchases an Eames and Ottoman Lounge Chair can sit back, relax and enjoy the experience.
Continued emphasis on excellent workmanship and design quality preserves the original value of the furniture: luxurious upholstery on the base of the wood plinth and thick cushions on the base of the lounge chair.
A solid black base with a polished stainless steel top usually accompanies modern versions: instead of tilting, the Eames Lounger is a swivel chair that remains permanently tilted at a natural resting angle to maximize body weight behind the seat. Maximum comfort.
Of course, in any home or office, having an iconic story and a lounge chair is appealing, which is a "cool" statement. The Eames design is not only a status symbol, but also possesses an essence and a quality that is difficult to combine.
The brothers' clever design was created to escape the pressures and tensions of modern life. Today, famous living rooms, libraries, offices and offices around the world can be decorated.