Eames Walnut stool and ellipse coffee table
The most famous furniture designers who have created some of the timeless design icons include Charles and Ray Eames . The Eames Lounge Chair by 1956 remains undisputed to the top, but the walnut stool and his peer competitors, which have their own unique appearance of the ellipse are coffee table.
The coffee table was created in the year 1951 and since then fascinated with its elegant, clean shape.
designed by John Lum Architecture
Stool Walnut was originally specifically designed for time-life building in New York. So, this little stool of strong character has conquered the whole world in the 60s.
Cozy bedroom furnishings by Kristen Rivoli interior design
The famous Nelson Coconut Chair fits perfectly to the ellipse table
On the light background makes stool figure of Walnut
A great ensemble of the big three
The stylish egg Chair by Arne Jacobson and the walnut stool – a nice pair
In three set reminds more and more pawn stool
The stools are perfect as a small side tables
Both pieces of furniture – Walnut add distinctive and charming stool and ellipse table any interior décor with ease. They give the room a personal touch and enrich the design with the inimitable Eames swing.
The ellipse coffee table – on the “designer wave” surf
The inspiration for the ellipse coffee table comes most likely from the surfboard. Charles and Ray Eames the Pacific coast with its gigantic waves and brave surfers have seen by her Beach House in California . The popular West Coast surf culture has strongly influenced in the creativity. Thanks to the experiments of the two designers with welded steel wire, the “surfboard table” was born.
Oval elegance in black
Seat cushions are recommended for this table very
More pieces of furniture with oval shape are always welcome here
Minimalist with fresh colours
Discreet and yet fully present – the surfboard table
L shaped sofa and open shelves
In white looks definitely less elegant table of the ellipse
A chess piece with fascinating curves – the Eames Walnut stool
Stool was designed as accent furniture piece of walnut. Its curves clearly show the passion of Ray Eames for the sculpture. You must think alike on the chess figures. Despite its proximity to classicism of undisputed catcher in the room writes itself the stool in each new interior design an and just as coffee table is he of the ellipse.
Geometry with fiery red accents
Comfort for aesthetes
Original designer Eklektik
Clean architectural lines in the hallway
Generous and failed
Gentle Seladongrün to relax
There are stools in a brighter version
Fur rugs and elegant square retro chairs
Artful ambience with Designer flair