Affordable Organic Armchair Was Designed By

An Eames Inspired Chair at a Fraction of The Real Cost

* Designed by Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen
* An award-winning design at a fraction of the cost
* Unique patchwork exterior adds pop of style to any room

Just because you have impeccable taste doesn’t mean you have to empty out your bank account to decorate your home or office. Take Laura Davidson’s Tribeca Organic Armchair for instance— it’s one sixteenth the cost of the real thing and won’t take three months to ship.

Laura Davidson Furniture prides itself on using higher quality materials that the competition simply looks over and hopes you will too. This beautifully-crafted chair from Laura Davidson sets itself apart from other models with a funky patchwork exterior that makes it perfect for any room or theme. The walnut wood dowel legs and foam-padded twill upholstery aren’t too bad either. Because they’re built with commercial use in mind, these will take a beating without crumbling under the slightest bit of pressure. And just in case, the chair comes with a solid one-year warranty.

Buy: Laura Davidson Furniture Tribeca Organic Armchair $149.99

Originally designed by Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen in 1941 for a competition organized by the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Organic Chair went on to win two first place prizes at the competition. At the time, the duo were attempting to design a a comfortable and affordable chair that could be mass produced using several layers of plywood. In fact, the winning design was presented via drawings and small models. It wasn’t until 2004 when the Organic armchair actually went into production. It’s now an iconic style that you can bring home with this contemporary take.

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