15 Ways To Style Eames Chairs In Your Home


Let this roundup serve as inspiration on how to make this iconic chair a centerpiece of your design.


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An Eames lounge chair and ottoman rest in the bedroom nook alongside draperies by Erik Bruce Fabrik using hand-dyed Aquata fabric by Carolyn Ray. The floor lamp is by Jean Rispal, and the live-edge accent table is by George Nakashima. (Tour the home)


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The turreted office is appointed with a custom CEO Maverick desk by Dakota Jackson as well as a pair of Eames chairs. Wire Custom Lighting’s Milano Andre fixture, with frosted diffusers and a polished-nickel frame, crowns the room. (Tour the home)


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Fuller upped the ante of the man cave with a cozy yet sophisticated space; a custom-color Eames lounge chair with ottoman from WB Wood is the perfect chair for relaxing while watching television or reading a book. A Celeste accent table from Arteriors, an antique horsehair rug, Siris shades from Romo’s Sarasi collection, and a Drayton floor lamp in vintage brass from Metropolitan Lighting Fixture Co. fashion a masculine elegance. (Tour the home)


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Removing a spare bedroom created the kind of open layout that the owners envisioned for their collection of artwork and classic furnishings, which include the living room’s modern sofa from Hold It Contemporary Home in San Diego–dressed in Maxwell’s Quiet Chinchilla–and a custom acacia-wood-and-acrylic cocktail table from Levi Christiansen. The hand-woven Surya rug is from Copenhagen Imports. (Tour the home)


Designer Elizabeth Vallino helped define the living room of a remodeled Montecito residence with a floating modern fireplace. A sculptural coffee table by Oggetti stands on a textured wool Dellarobbia rug, both chosen by Hyon Chough from her shop, Blueprint. (Tour the home)


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Creating a comfortable space for the living room, designer Abbe Fenimore chose an Old Hickory Tannery ottoman, available at Antèks Home Furnishings, for the coffee table. The sectional features Pendleton Nutmeg leather with a contrasting chocolate stitch. Suzanne Sharp’s carpet from The Rug Company was inspired by the tiled floor of a Sicilian church. (Tour the home)


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Situated off the master bedroom, the sitting area features a sofa from Victoria’s Armoire topped with Moroccan throw pillows from Jalan Jalan. The cozy space also features a coffee table from RH, a Cappellini floor lamp from Luminaire and a wool kilim rug from West Elm. (Tour the home)


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Near the Herman Miller Eames chair and ottoman in the master bedroom is a painting by Juan Trejo. The linen-upholstered bed is from Marso Collection. (Tour the home)


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The office, which also acts as a den, features a custom sofa by George Smith covered in C&C Milano linen from Holland & Sherry. Pieces from Taner’s family, such as a vintage cocktail table from her father and her great-grandmother’s bergère enveloped in Old World Weavers silk from Stark, add personality. (Tour the home)


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For the husband’s office, interior designer Leslie Jones used a desk base by Mies van der Rohe’s former business partner, Gene Summers. The owner can look past Edelman Leather-covered Eames lounge chairs to the lake. Underfoot, a handwoven, hand-dyed rug is by Gregory Newham. (Tour the home)


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In the master bedroom, the dramatic paneled wall serves as a stylish backdrop to the nightstands and the custom rift-sawn walnut platform bed by Thatcher Woodworks. The classic white leather Eames chair and Le Corbusier lounger provide seating. (Tour the home)


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The reading room, which contains a De La Espada sofa and Alma Allen coffee table, expands the residence and brings in natural light. (Tour the home)


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Structure of Thought by Doug and Mike Starn from HackelBury Fine Art in London commandeers a wall in the master suite. (Tour the home)


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Richard Sundberg listened to the clients’ desires for privacy from adjoining houses, to better capture the view of Lake Washington, and to balance their preference for raw, edgy architecture with his favoring of refined sophistication. (Tour the home)


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The house, a kind of accordion shape festooned in wood with tall glass walls, is purposely oriented toward Mt. Rainier. (Tour the home)