Olivier Mourgue bouloum chaise longue or chair, circa late 1970s. This all original example is upholstered in a soft felted grey fabric. It can be used in two different positions. As shown in the photos or fully reclined wherein the back of the chaise lays on the ground and the user can fully recline. Please note that the fabric does show some wear. We can happily upholster this in an indoor or outdoor fabric.
Pair of stunning tufted leather chaises with formed steel legs. These examples have lovely undulating forms and have been upholstered in a supple stone gray leather. The legs are formed steel that have been patinated black. These can be sold individually or as a pair. Price listed is for both chaises.
Poul Kjaerholm for Fritz Hansen wicker stainless steel and leather chaise lounge circa early 1980’s. This example has an adjustable stainless frame and base suspended leather bolster cushion and finely woven wicker surface. Excellent original condition. Please see our other listings for other Kjaerholm items.
Original Olivier Mourgue ‘Bouloum’ lounge chair circa early 1970’s. This example is upholstered in a gray pleather upholstery and has two positions – as pictured or fully reclined. It is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. It can be used indoors or out.
Pair of Le Corbusier LC4 chaise longues circa mid 1980’s. These all original examples are upholstered in canvas with down filled butterscotch leather back cushions and accents. Price is for the pair.
Rare Edward Wormley for Dunbar ‘Listen to Me’ chaise circa late 1940’s. This incredible example has a maple with inlaid cherry frame thathas been impeccably refinished and has been newly upholstered in a lovely terra cotta orange leather.
The brass stretchers have been hand polished as well.
Pair of button tufted leather and chrome plated steel chaise lounges circa early 1970’s. These examples have been recently upholstered in a lovely tangerine orange leather and are extremely comfortable.
they can be sold as a pair or individually. Price listed is or one.
Tufted leather and steel chaise. This example has buttonless diamond tufting and is done in a striking and supple dark chocolate leather. It sits atop a four sided steel star base. Excellent restored condition.
Prototype fiberglass nest designed by Rachel Mallory circa late 1970’s. This functional sculpture features four individual lounges that link together to create one large scale seating arrangement that can be used indoors or out. Excellent restored condition.
Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller 670 lounge chair and ottoman circa early 1960s. Exotic Brazilian rosewood with incredible graining down filled cushions and top of the line ambassador leather. Excellent condition.