Inspiration

The lounge chair : a design and relaxation piece!

For many people, it’s almost time to go back to work, but how do you get back home to that great feeling of relaxation ? Good news: adopting the lounge chair can be the solution to extend your holidays!

The lounge chair is a very popular design piece, often used outdoors, but it can also be a beautiful piece to integrate into your home to relax between two activities. We think for example of the Djinn lounge chair by Olivier Mourgue, the LC4 chair by Le Corbusier, Perriand and Jeanneret or the Rio lounge chair by Niemeyer which transports us to Brazil for a little nap.

Comfortably installed in your lounge chair , and with a little imagination, you can quickly imagine yourself on a deckchair on the beach, can’t you?

Here are a few ideas to integrate the lounge chair into your decor. Happy recovery to all!

Eté 3 DROITE

1 – Scandinavian red vinyl armchair – 1960 | 2 – Triennale floor lamp by Angelo Lelli for Arredoluce – 1950 | 3 – “Rio” Fasem lounge chair, Oscar NIEMEYER – 1970 | 4 – Coffee table with double glass top – 1970s

Eté 2 GAUCHE

1 – Large industrial suspension – 1970 | 2 – B3 Wassily armchair by Marcel Breuer by Gavina – 1960 | 3 – Vintage oak shelf by Hans J. Wegner for Ry Mobler | 4 – LC4 chaise longue in leather and chrome by Le Corbusier Perriand and Jeanneret for Cassina – 1970

Eté 1 DROITE

1 – Glass suspension VL45 – 1940 | 2 – Composition in gouache, Emile LAHNER – 1950 | 3 – Miranda armchair and ottoman in beech and linen, Bruno MATHSSON – 1950 | 4 – Small side table in brass – 1940

You don’t have enough space for a lounge chair? The Butterfly folding armchair created in 1938 by the Argentinean Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy is also very pretty and practical indoors:

Eté 4 GAUCHE

1 – Vintage Interier Praha sideboard in oak, Jiri JIROUTEK – 1960 | 2 – Saturn suspension in copper by Jo Hammerborg – 1960 | 3 – Scandinavian solid wood tripod side table – 1960 | 4 – Butterfly armchair by Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy for Knoll – 1960