Amazing Expressions of Chair Designs!

Amazing Expressions of Chair Designs!

Throughout history, the chair has symbolized different periods of history like no other piece of furniture. The chair has been witness to an ever changing evolution of interiors; from Ancient Greece, to Medieval times to Mid-Century. Chairs pose a design challenge because they need to combine form, function and be aesthetically beautiful!

Designer George Nelson explains the importance of chairs in this way “Every truly original idea – every innovation in design, every new application of materials, every technical invention for furniture – seems to find its most important expression in a chair.”

Sometimes the drama is in the chair back height; these are so tall and impressive!


(Luna Bella, Theodore Alexander - High Point Market)


(Adriana Hoyos - High Point Market)

Depending on the placement in your space, selecting a chair with gorgeous detail in the back can make for an awesome and unexpected statement piece!


(Century, Hooker Furniture - High Point Market)

(Adriana Hoyos - High Point Market)

This chair looks like a watercolor painting and has gorgeous detail on the back!


(John Richards - High Point Market)

This vibrant chair would bring a lot of life into a room!


(Century - High Point Market)

The embroidery on this fabric makes the chair very textural and pretty!


(John Richards - High Point Market)

These chairs are like polar opposites of each other!


(Theodore Alexander, Century - High Point Market)

This glamorous vanity chair could transform your morning mood better than coffee!



Some chair designers make the focal point of their chairs the frame.


(Theodore Alexander - High Point Market)

The painted red frame on these chairs makes the design flow beautifully with the fabric.



We love how the back and arms of this chair flow seamlessly together.


(World's Away - High Point Market)

With the endless possibilities of chair designs, you are sure to find a one that fits your home perfectly!

Happy Designing - By Design Interiors



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