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Furniture: Chairs of Different Colors

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Furniture: Chairs of Different Colors

Julie Carlson April 03, 2009

A strategy for avoiding interior monotony: chairs in contrasting and complementary colors.

Above: A suite of chairs by Piet Hein Eek in an Amsterdam apartment; photo via Dwell.

Above: Wing chairs in a starkly modern interior; photo via OWI.

Above: A trio of vintage fiberglass shell chairs.

Above: The interior of David Adjaye’s Dirty House in London, via The Room  Vote.



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