Auxiliary chairs are the most popular type of chair, and for good reason. They are incredibly versatile and can be used in a variety of settings, from dining rooms to living rooms. In the 1940s, Danish designer Hans Wegner was inspired by Chinese merchants' chairs and created his own version of the Ming chair. Eero Saarinen also created a chair for Florence Knoll, which he called the Womb Chair.
Arne Jacobsen designed the Series 7 chair for Fritz Hansen in 1955, and Charles and Ray Eames designed the Molded Plastic Chair for Herman Miller. The Papa Bear Chair was designed by Hans Wegner for AP Stolen Denmark, and the Club Chair is a classic living room furniture piece. The Windsor Chair is another popular option, as is the Egg Chair designed by Arne Jacobsen for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. Marcel Breuer's Wassily Chair was the first to use tubular steel to form its structure, and Armchairs are a popular choice for living rooms.
Wedding Chairs are usually Chiavari Chairs, and ISO Chairs are a great option for events. Wingback Chairs have solid backrests and short wooden legs, and Director Chairs are usually made of leather or canvas. Chesterfield Chairs are similar to Chesterfield Sofas, and finally, Herman Miller's most popular office chair was designed by Don Chadwick and Bill Stumpf. No matter what type of chair you're looking for, there's something out there to suit your needs.
This comprehensive guide will help you find the perfect chair for your home or event.