Shown above, left to right:
1. Safari chairs look right at home in this airy beach cottage in Canada. From Kitka.
2. Home of Helena Rohner, as seen in Elle Decor.
3. A safari chair in a room at the Ace Hotel.
4. Seen in the offices of Refinery29 (via Design*Sponge).
5. Safari chairs warm up a modern interior in this photo by Magnus Anesund.
Love the style? Here are a few places to find one of your own:
1. A replica of a folding Rorkhee chair from Popular Woodworking.
2. Kaare Klint's 1933 design, after the Rorhkee chair. This pair is selling for $4,000, from 1stDibs.
3. An Arne Norell Safari chair from the 1960s; $2,250 on 1stDibs.
4. Jens Quistgaard's 1965 design (still in production) puts a modern spin on the chair's traditionally rustic materials.
5. A Hans Wegner interpretation of the design. From 1stDibs.
6. A 1960s vintage Danish design, selling for about $450 on Ebay.
7. Another Danish design, this one by Eric Worts, with a tall back. $595 on Ebay.
8. This pair of black leather safari chairs is appealingly minimal. $1,200 for the pair, from 1stDibs.
9. A black and white canvas safari chair; $495 on Etsy.
10. The Rhys chair, from Anthropologie, is a modern design that shows a bit of the campaign influence.
(Images: as linked above)