Classic Genuine Leather Lounge With Ottoman Leg chair

Classic Genuine Leather Lounge With Ottoman Leg Chair

$1,499.99

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  • Healthy Ergonomic Design 
  • Very Artistic And Incredibly Comfortable
  • Ages Like Wine
  • Premium Quality Leather
  • Easy To Change Positions
  • Environmental Friendly
  • Replica of the real thing.
  • Features
  • The History
  • Specs
  • FAQs
  • Shipping & Returns

PREMIUM LOUNGE CHAIR

A famous design at your home

This design can be found in many films, shows, businesses and thousands of residences across the world. This chair is extremely comfortable and features multiple leather finishes. If you are craving some fancy design that is also comfortable for your home then this would be perfect for you!


PREMIUM LOUNGE CHAIR

A famous design at your home

This design can be found in many films, shows, businesses and thousands of residences across the world. This chair is extremely comfortable and features multiple leather finishes. If you are craving some fancy design that is also comfortable for your home then this would be perfect for you!


PRODUCTIVITY BOOST

Enjoy your work or play.

With a PU injected memory foam cushion that is wrapped with synthetic silk the chair promotes an extremely comfortable feeling that is good for the body and the muscles. The chair is highly durable which makes it perfect for both office use and home use. You can read a book on it, work on it, watch TV, or even have it for the looks!

PRODUCTIVITY BOOST

Enjoy your work or play.

With a PU injected memory foam cushion that is wrapped with synthetic silk the chair promotes an extremely comfortable feeling that is good for the body and the muscles. The chair is highly durable which makes it perfect for both office use and home use. You can read a book on it, work on it, watch TV, or even have it for the looks!

PERFECT BALANCE

Sit comfy.

The chair's Plywood venner is FAS American Timer Certified which means the wood is overgone through the most finest cuts out there. There are 7 types of grained wood that have been infused to prevent the chair from cracking or losing its' color. In addition the chair will hold up to 330 lbs! You can easily adjust the headrest and the backrest. Enjoy the awesomeness of this chair yourself!

PERFECT BALANCE

Sit comfy.

The chair's Plywood venner is FAS American Timer Certified which means the wood is overgone through the most finest cuts out there. There are 7 types of grained wood that have been infused to prevent the chair from cracking or losing its' color. In addition the chair will hold up to 330 lbs! You can easily adjust the headrest and the backrest. Enjoy the awesomeness of this chair yourself!

SIMPLE & NEAT

The best cushion ever.

This cushion is fully replaceable. It has 65 air inlets that prevent dust and mold build up. In addition, the air holes make it into a skin breathable design. The memory foam in the cushion can last over 20 years. This amazing set up will make you not want to leave this chair alone!

SIMPLE & NEAT

The best cushion ever.

This cushion is fully replaceable. It has 65 air inlets that prevent dust and mold build up. In addition, the air holes make it into a skin breathable design. The memory foam in the cushion can last over 20 years. This amazing set up will make you not want to leave this chair alone!

the history behind the design?

Who is the creator?

The Eames Lounge Chair and ottoman are designed by Charles and Ray Eames for the Herman Miller furniture company.

History

In 1956, the NBC television network in the US aired the inaugural episode of the Arlene Francis Home show featuring the Eames Lounge Chair. Herman Miller started an advertising campaign right after the chair's introduction to showcase its adaptability.



The chair has been produced continuously by Miller Knoll in the USA since its debut. Later, Vitra started making the chair for the European market in conjunction with the German furniture manufacturer Fritz Becker KG. From 1957 In the UK, Hille International LTD held a ten-year licence. The chair's design was immediately imitated by other furniture manufacturers once it was introduced. Others were only influenced by the design, while some built exact duplicates.


However, The only two businesses that continue to make these chairs with the Eames brand attached are Herman Miller and Vitra.

Design

Over time, the chairs have undergone several changes. The shells were constructed of five thin layers of plywood that were coated by a veneer of Brazilian rosewood from 1956 until the very early 1990s. In the early 1990s it was the end of the use of Brazilian rosewood, and since then, current production has consisted of seven layers of plywood covered by cherry, walnut, palisander rosewood, and other finishing veneers (a sustainably grown wood with a grain pattern similar to the original Brazilian versions).


Small tweaks also include pairs of spacers between the aluminium spines and the wood panels, which were originally made of rubber but were later replaced by hard plastic washers; the number of screws holding the armrests in place, which was originally three but was reduced to two in second-series models; and the zipper around the cushions, which on early versions was either brown or black.


Early ottomans also featured detachable rubber feet with aluminium slides. The first label used to indicate authenticity was a silver/white circular medallion bearing the inscriptions "designed by Charles Eames" and "Herman Miller Zeeland, Michigan" in 1956. Later labels included black oblong (in the 1970s and 1980s), silver oblong (in the 1990s and 2000s), and curved embossed (from the 2000s to the present).

the history behind the design?

Who is the creator?

The Eames Lounge Chair and ottoman are designed by Charles and Ray Eames for the Herman Miller furniture company.

History

In 1956, the NBC television network in the US aired the inaugural episode of the Arlene Francis Home show featuring the Eames Lounge Chair. Herman Miller started an advertising campaign right after the chair's introduction to showcase its adaptability.



The chair has been produced continuously by Miller Knoll in the USA since its debut. Later, Vitra started making the chair for the European market in conjunction with the German furniture manufacturer Fritz Becker KG. From 1957 In the UK, Hille International LTD held a ten-year licence. The chair's design was immediately imitated by other furniture manufacturers once it was introduced. Others were only influenced by the design, while some built exact duplicates.


However, The only two businesses that continue to make these chairs with the Eames brand attached are Herman Miller and Vitra.

Design

Over time, the chairs have undergone several changes. The shells were constructed of five thin layers of plywood that were coated by a veneer of Brazilian rosewood from 1956 until the very early 1990s. In the early 1990s it was the end of the use of Brazilian rosewood, and since then, current production has consisted of seven layers of plywood covered by cherry, walnut, palisander rosewood, and other finishing veneers (a sustainably grown wood with a grain pattern similar to the original Brazilian versions).


Small tweaks also include pairs of spacers between the aluminium spines and the wood panels, which were originally made of rubber but were later replaced by hard plastic washers; the number of screws holding the armrests in place, which was originally three but was reduced to two in second-series models; and the zipper around the cushions, which on early versions was either brown or black.


Early ottomans also featured detachable rubber feet with aluminium slides. The first label used to indicate authenticity was a silver/white circular medallion bearing the inscriptions "designed by Charles Eames" and "Herman Miller Zeeland, Michigan" in 1956. Later labels included black oblong (in the 1970s and 1980s), silver oblong (in the 1990s and 2000s), and curved embossed (from the 2000s to the present).

FAQs

Don't see an answer to your question?

How To Sit On It?

There are many ways that you can sit on this chair! You could rest with your back on it, you can put your legs on the Ottoman leg rest, and you can also have a business conversation with your friend that can sit on the Ottoman legs rest while you are leaning on the backrest. Find your creativity and enjoy the awesomeness of this chair!

Is this the real Eames chair?

Please note that this is a replica of the real chair. However it is the same in almost every aspect with a superb quality. You will still LOVE this chair.

Shipping

We ship worldwide and are proud to offer Free Standard Shipping for all orders at the moment! 

Standard shipping within the US usually takes 9-12 days, however please note that due to possible COVID restrictions there could be delays. All orders are usually dispatched within 1-2 business days, in peak periods such as holidays it can take up to 5 business days. 

For more info please see our full Shipping Policy here.

Returns

We do not offer return labels for change of mind (not comfortable/is not to your liking) you will have to ship the chair out of your own expense. If your product arrived damaged or became damaged within 30 days we will re-send you the broken parts or refund you.