Resembling a giant chess piece, the Eames solid wood stool was originally designed by Charles and Ray Eames for the opening of the Time-Life building in New York in 1959. A timeless addition to living areas as casual seating, or even as a Petite bed side table. Made of solid wood and as beautiful as it is functional, our reproduction version is true to the original design.
This playful decorative piece is inspired by an American artist known for his pop art sculptures of every day objects, finished in bright, mirrored colours. Our reproduction of his famous Baloon Dog mini is inspired by the original and comes in neon pink, gold or silver. This is a replica item, and not associated with Jeff Koons.
Great design can take everyday items and turn them into something playful and fun, while retaining their practical purpose. There's definitely something fun about a waste paper bin with a crumpled look that resembles rubbish itself. We love the Mini Bin Bin, designed in 2005 by John Bauer and Hans Falleboe. Our reproduction is available in white or black.
The Cyborg chair takes the elegant form of a more traditional dining or lounge chair but with the functional, modern material of acrylic. Designed by Dutch designer Marcel Wanders only in 2010, it's fast becoming a design classic. Our quality reproduction is available in white/clear, black/smokey or red/red acrylic.
We love the Steelwood Chair for having a modern form, whilst retaining a warm, organic feel. Designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, a sturdy steel frame with clean lines give it a modern function allook, while the natutal wood seat and legs lend it warmth. Our quality reproduction is available in white or black and solid wood.
Organic is the perfect name for this chair - it design contours to your body, making it officially our most comfortable chair. Designed by Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen in the 1950's, It is also compact, taking up relatively less space than most lounge chairs, making it great for lounge settings or bedrooms. Our reproduction is available in beautiful light grey fabric or others on request.
Great design can take humble materials like plastic and turn them into a beautiful functional items like the Prince Aha Stool. Designed by French designer Philippe Starck in 1999 it's become a pop culture classic for it's iconic shape and bright colours. It also has handy storage, thanks to removable lids at both ends. We love the teal, but uur faithful reproduction come in a variety of colours.
There's few pieces of designer furniture that are more recognisable and iconic that the Wishbone chair, created by Danish designer, Hans J Wegner in 1949. Made beech wood and woven cord it makes a light, comfortable dining chair and looks as good today as it did in 1949. Our faithful reproduction is available in classic natural matt finish and variety of colours and materials.
A design classic, the Platner Coffee Table has a simplicity and elegance that bring an understated lux to a lounge setting. Created by American architect Warren Platner, it looks as good today as it did when it was designed in 1966. Our faithful reproduction is made of stainless steel with an 80cm glass table top.
The Pina Chair by Spanish artist and designer Jaime Hayon has quickly become a design classic. It's modern, with a powder coated steel frame and beech wood legs, while it's form also has the elegance of a more traditional dining chair. With a contoured shape and padded cushion seat, it's also super comfortable as a dining chair. Our quality reproduction is available in Black, White or Green.
Bring a bit of 1950's Paris café style to your home. Originally designed by Xavier Pauchard in the 1930's, the Marais chair was designed for cafes with its light, sturdy metal frame and stackable design. It's recently made a come-back, and is seen in cool cafes and restaurants around the world. Our reproduction comes simple white or a range of bright colours and makes a great casual dining chair.
We love bright, happy things, and just looking at this chair is enough to brighten our mood ;) The colourful 60's-style floral fabric, paired with clean lines and acrylic base give it a beautiful mix of retro and new. The acrylic base also makes it light, and the padded base is beautifully comfortable, making it a great dining chair.
One of our favourite table lamps. The AJ Lamp, designed by Danish Designer Arne Jacobsen in the 1960's still looks as good today as it did 50 years ago. Great as a modern desk lamp for your office or study or as a bed side lamp.