Easy Willow by Boex

In lieu of chairs and trees posts, here is another “natural” wooden creation that still looks like your usual chair:

The Easy Willow chair by Boex has a light oak frame with newly cut willow in its raw state. Made from sustainable wood, and British grown willow, this is a traditionally, handcrafted chair with each piece of willow being hand sprung to form its own shape. With a slight rocking affect, the ‘Easy Willow’ is designed to naturally mould to the contours of your body.

Photos by Kristin Prisk

After the Tree fell Armchair…

After the Tree Fell Armchair

Just coinciding with the The Chair grew from the Tree… and Grown into a Chair.

Joseph Gordon who named his site aptly Tree Doc Joe is a UK based fully licenced trees doctor.

Due to the close proximity of the wall, this Lime stump could not be ground out. As an alternative, the stump was transformed into a piece of garden furniture.

Via a pin by Theo Jurrius of Onthout.

One Off Pear Chair by Theo Jurrius

Theo Jurrius is a Dutch chair designer / – craftsman who creates chairs of used or found wood. This One Off Pear Chair simply was inspired by the piece of old pear he’d found. His site is named Onthout It can mean No Wood, but it can also mean Remember….

Miniature Chair Place Card Holders

These miniature chair place card holders from Favor Studio are made to help guide your guests to their seats. Each mini chair has a special slot in the back for a place card, which can also be used to hold a photograph, a greeting card or a note when you’re not hosting a dinner party.

Vintage inspired mini chairs measure approximately 2” tall and come in 4 assorted designs in either pewter or matte gold. Adirondack beach chair minis measure 1.75” high and are sold in sets of 12.

Moonbow by Wendell Castle

Moonbow by Wendell Castle

The Moonbow from 2011 by Wendell Castle (Peruvian Walnut with Oil Finish) is also part of the Wrexler Gallery exhibition in Philadephia, US: “The Abstract Forms of Pablo Picasso & Wendell Castle.” From December 2, 2011 – February 25, 2012.

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