Since its release in 1958 by Arne Jacobsen, the Egg Chair has been used to beautify spaces. It’s still popular despite its age, thanks to the timeless design. It was one of the furnishings for the SAS Royal Copenhagen Hotel and became Jacobsen’s signature piece.
Since then, it keeps being manufactured. Today, we’ll explore how well the Egg Chair has preserved its charm over the years and how it can be integrated into contemporary and modern interior design styles. Read on…
1. Eclectic Mix of Styles
There’s a multitude of ways in which the stylish Egg Chair can be integrated into a living room. This warm and inviting home in Maryland is brimming with natural light.
Yet, the piece that’s truly full of personality is Jacobsen’s chair which was beautifully used as an accent piece. Its shape fits perfectly into the diverse and eclectic mix of styles featured in this contemporary living room.
2. Neutral Colored Scheme
A wonderful thing about timeless pieces like the famous Egg Chair is that it can be equally beautiful when used as a focal point, standalone piece or shown in eclectic designs. Amazing!
This Berlin apartment with a neutral palette lets the chair stand out, while keeping a uniform and cohesive look.
3. Understated Beauty
The living space is reminiscent of black-and-white photos where the warm wood cabinet is the only stand out.
The understated beauty of the gray Egg Chair complements the room, without standing out. Yet, its iconic shape manages to turn it into an eye-catching piece. Brilliant!
4. Lovely Corner
The leather Egg Chair shown in this reading nook in this Moscow house tends to be a tad more formal-looking than the fabric version.
Yet, its design is so exquisite, harmonious and well balanced that it’ll always make spaces look sophisticated, welcoming and cozy like this nook, regardless of material.
We hope these insights inspire you. As you can see, the iconic Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair fits magnificently well in today’s modern and contemporary interiors. Visit Manhattan Home Design for Jacobsen Egg Chair replicas.
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