Our Favorite “Works in Any Room” Chairs

One of our favorite chairs for the home is the Louis Ghost Armchair, a playful mix of historical style and modern design. One of the best characteristics about the Louis Ghost Armchair is the fact that it can work in almost any room at home: the bathroom, bedroom or the home office. Here is a roundup of multifunctional chairs we admire.

Louis Ghost Armchair: As mentioned above, the Louis Ghost Armchair with its comfortable curved arms and large medallion backrest makes it work in most rooms in the house. It is comfortable enough as a home office chair but simple enough in design for the bathroom. We like the chair in crystal for extra flexibility in terms of matching with the color of different rooms.

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Eames Molded Plastic Chair: Another classic, the Eames Molded Plastic Chair is designed as a clean, simple, form that cradles your body, again making it an ideal seating solution for the bedroom, home office, or even the kitchen. The chair is simple enough to mix and match with other chairs at the kitchen table. With a wide range of color, base and finish choices, you have a lot of choice when it comes to customizing as well.

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Bernhard: The Bernhard is a good chair for tighter spaces because it has no arms but is simple enough in form for the kitchen or study. With a springiness in the seat, anyone can sit in the Bernhard for an extended amount of time without feeling sore. It comes in black, white, green/yellow and red lilac.

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Tiffany Chair: Also made of molded plastic, the Tiffany chair is scratch-resistant and lightweight, making it easy to transport for indoor or outdoor use. Take the chairs to the backyard for a BBQ or keep them inside in the dining room or kitchen.

Series 7 Chair: One of the most copied chairs in the modern era is the Series 7 chair for its lovely shape that conforms to the contours of the body. With a comfortable seatback and waterfall seat edge, the Series 7 is also ideal for almost any room you please.

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