modern design chair Fathom

Mid-Century Modern on a Budget: The Fathom Wood Lounge Chair

* Wood lounge chair built in classic mid-Century modern design
* Sculpted from molded plywood and finished with walnut-style veneer
* Affordable alternative to rare originals

Add a touch of mid-century modern to your space this year with the Fathom Wood Lounge Chair. The simply yet attractive design combines old school style with contemporary comfort, giving you a chair that can seamlessly transition from home to office, while elevating the look and feel of your space.

Drawing inspiration from the iconic Eames Molded Plywood Chairs, this version is constructed using heat-molded plywood and finished with thin sheets of veneer. The resulting chair boasts beautiful curved shapes and a deceptively simple finish, indicative of elegant mid-century modern design.

Buy: Fathom Wood Lounge Chair in Walnut $190.50

The sturdy build ensures that your body receives adequate lower back support. A slight recline leaves you comfortable enough to sit for hours at a time. The Fathom’s intelligent design forgoes the need for conventional material cushioning by fitting tightly to your body without restricting ease of movement. 

The Fathom chair is available in a variety of colors including walnut, red, black and natural. It boasts protective rubber foot pads to prevent floor damage and to absorb movement.

For those who wish to add to their modern furniture collection, the Fathom range also includes a round table that turns the pieces into a living room set. The chairs also come in a slightly higher height for dining.

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