Garden Design Details: Wire Frame Chairs

I have a renewed interest in wire frame chairs on the patio, so I’ve created a round-up of some favorites. They can be funky, classic or wacky and whimsical.  They can sit by themselves as a conversation piece or they can be a part of a larger functional grouping.  Many, in my opinion, need a beautiful cushion to make the comfortable for any length of time.

Here are a few…some serious, some not.  Some you may have seen here before, some not.

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Last year’s darling, the blue powder coated wire chair designed by Alessandra Baldereschi. Via Skitch.  It’s also available as a side chair.

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 Vintage wire frame chairs from the 1950s via Drake.

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The Lily Pad chair from Terrain.

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A vintage 1960s chair inspired by John Risley.  via Glo.

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The Farmhouse chair from Bend Seating.

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Emu’s Re-trouve chair designed by Patricia Urquiola.

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2 Responses to Garden Design Details: Wire Frame Chairs

  1. Kaveh says:

    It always makes me laugh when I see the Bend wire chairs posted on a blog. I met the designer (friend of a friend) and accompanied them on the photo shoot for the “Bunny” chair (beaches and hills of Malibu) on Thanksgiving day two years ago.

    I was really curious as to what would inspire someone to design a chair. What was the passion and drive behind undertaking such a project. I don’t think I really got an answer. I was really surprised by how comfortable it was.

  2. Ken Smith says:

    Great pics. Still hard to beat Harry Bertoia’s designs for Knoll though. Classics for sure.

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