Charles Ray Eames Style DSBR Bar Stool – Patchwork Fabric

The Eames DSBR Bar Stool is cleverly inspired by 20th century designers, husband and wife duo, Charles and Rey Eames who designed the DSW for MOMA’s low cost furniture competition in 1950. This design has since been adapted but still holds the classic and timeless finish that you would expect.

The unmissable sleek and striking design makes this bar stool a must have for your kitchen, dinning area, or place of work . With over 30 colours to choose from you really are spoilt for choice! Browse our mid-century modern inspired palette of colours from cream and beige to teal and slate and even our amazing transparent range: clear, ghost red and ghost smoke. To see our full range check out our fantastic dining section.

Do you have a breakfast bar? Why not get three/ four bar stools in strikingly different colours to set the room off? An easy way to impress, entertain, and host anyone in your home. When you inevitably fall in love with them why not incorporate them into your business day as well, if you are a trade customer then please get in touch.

These chairs are made with a injection moulded plastic top and a strong set of chrome steel legs and come delivered to your door with easy how-to instructions of construction . They are easy to assemble and have a footrest so that you are not left hanging.

If metal is not your aesthetic or the chair top itself isn’t quite coherent with your space then luckily for you we have a range of bar stool types, DAB and N-DAB, wire stools, DSB, DAC, Toledo, and Xavier Pauchard style. Take a glance at these over at our bar stools section of the website.

£95.00 inc VAT

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OPTIONAL CUSHION

  • You can purchase a cushion for your chair. Available in a range of colours.

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Colour

Patchwork Fabric

Finish

Matte

Leg Style

Chromed Steel


Charles and Ray Eames

Charles Eames (1907-1978) and his wife, Ray (1912-1988) designed some of the most important examples of 20th century furniture. They also applied their talents to devising ingenious children's toys, puzzles, films, exhibitions and such iconic mid-20th century Los Angeles buildings as the Eames House and Entenza House in Pacific Palisades. They have had a profound and lasting influence on furniture design and after designing iconic chairs from 1948 and throughout the early 1950s they became regarded as some of the most iconic furniture designs of the 20th century.


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