My Houzz: A Northwest Home Honors Its Midcentury RootsMidcentury Dining Room, Seattle

Photo: A Darling Felicity Photography © 2015 Houzz

Inspiration for a small midcentury enclosed dining room in Seattle with cork flooring. —  Houzz
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reneen added this to mobilier et luminaire6 August 2019

Jacobsen Chairs Like the Eameses, Wegner compatriot Arne Jacobsen experimented with molding plywood into three-dimensional forms, and in 1952 he created the evocative Ant chair (pictured in this 1956 house in Washington state) for a company cafeteria. The architect-designer was so confident about his creation — a pinch-waisted single piece of veneered plywood attached to three legs — that he promised his skeptical Danish furniture manufacturer that he would buy every chair that didn’t sell. But Fritz Hansen never had to collect. Light, stackable and easy and cost-effective to make, the Ant chair has been in production ever since (though Hansen later added a fourth leg). Jacobsen then followed up with his similar Series 7, one of the most popular chairs ever.

kathyfalls added this to Camp Ideas2 June 2019

Dark wood walls with white accent furniture

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