Marilène Marceline. Chairs. December 10th, 2017.
Also designed by Le Corbusier and Perriand in 1928 is the LC4 Chaise Lounge, a sculptural, bold statement in any Bedroom. The LC4 Chaise features an angular chromed-steel frame that cradles the shape of the body. The curved steel base support allows the user to customize the seating angle and makes the chaise appear as if it´s floating above its linear base. The leather sling seat and bolster headrest are sleek and stylized, adding to the beautiful modern silhouette of the piece.
The LC3 Grand Modele Armchair is a stylish choice for any Living Room. Designed in 1928 by Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand, the LC3 is a bold, modern chair with a linear, chrome-plated tubular steel frame and boxy cushions. Le Corbusier was a pioneer in the Modernist architecture movement of the 1920´s and 1930´s. The fundamental principles of this style were the expression of volume over mass, balance over symmetry, and the rejection of applied ornament. The LC3 is a beautiful expression of these Modernist elements, combining soft, inviting seating with strong linear elements.
Recliner chairs with built-in footrests look like standard armchairs except with the added comfort you can enjoy while you watch a good movie. As they look like your everyday armchair, they´ll easily fit into the rest of your living room set if you want to keep the furniture coordinated.
The pride of creating shabby chic furniture belongs to everyone, even if you don´t have any old or antique furniture in your home. From thrift shops and garage sales look for pieces of furniture that have some antique lines, or furniture with a lot of curves. There is no need to spend on expensive beds, large closets, or huge sofas, nothing has to be purchased. Many decorators do shabby chic painting using old suitcases, stools, pieces of broken glasses, broken vases and lamps, with a little bit of reason and a sense of freedom home decorators can find pride in shabby chic decor.
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