Red and Blue Wave Chair by by Michal Riabic for Ton

Red and Blue Wave Chair by by Michal Riabic for Ton

Red and Blue Wave Chair by by Michal Riabic for Ton

I’ve featured the Wave Rocking chair by Michal Riabic for Ton earlier, but I like this red and blue combination and just want to share it with you.

Parametric Lace Chair by Peter Donders

Blue Parametric Lace Chair by Peter Donders

Red Parametic Lace Chair by Peter Donders

Parametric Lace Chair by Peter Donders

Have to share this Lacey chair by Belgian Designer Peter Donders with you. You can find him also on FB as Morphs and on Pinterest as Morphsbook.

Wingback upholstered with Josef Frank textile

Wingback-upholstered-with-Josef-Frank-textile

Wingback upholstered with Josef Frank textile

Pinned this one a long time ago. Learned via Love Megan the upholstery is Josef Frank linen (Textile La Plata 315 Linen) still available through Svenskt Tenn.

About Svenskt Tenn

Svenskt Tenn is an interior design shop located on Strandvägen in Stockholm, Sweden. It was founded in 1924 by Estrid Ericson, who recruited Josef Frank to the company 10 years later. Together they created the elegant and boldly patterned personal interior design style that continues to pervade the collection to this day.

Josef Frank

Josef Frank was an Austrian architect, born in Baden near Vienna who later adopted Swedish citizenship.

Vintage Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair In Original Bluish Leather

Vintage Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair In Original Bluish Leather Sideview

Vintage Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair In Original Bluish Leather

Vintage Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair In Original Bluish Leather

As I did with the 100 Orange Chairs for Inauguration Day series I’ll close the May blue series with a blue Egg Chair.

I had the intention to feature at least 60 blue chairs this month. I’ve managed to feature 52. Not very bad in view of the fact that a lot of time went in to repairing the lost links to lost images that happened last month…

Via 1stdibs.

Blue Selvedge by Raw Edges

Blue Selvedge by Raw Edges

Blue Selvedge by Raw Edges

The warp and woof threads arrangement allowed Yael and Shay to unravel and release threads from within the woven fabric, creating a hollow sleeve inside its surface. The designers then placed two layers in different colours on top of each other and re-stitched them together using transparent plastic strip. As a result, a colourful rim had appeared from the other layer, reminiscent of the selvedge that can be found as the hem of raw fabrics. Usually only found decorating the edges of a textile while on the roll, the selvedge is generally cut from the fabric and not part of an end product. In this project Raw Edges is celebrating it, and have used the linear elements of the fabric to dictate the form of an armchair. The fabric is stretched to the structure of the armchair by these newfound “unravelling parts”.