Eames lounge chair

Are you considering a remodel and redesign of your home or office? Chairs, including ghost chairs are perhaps the most functional and important furniture element in a room. It is interesting to note that during medieval times, chairs were usually only used by noblemen or people from high classes of society. The most recognizable of these chairs were the thrones.

Today there is an expansive selection of chairs, including ghost chairs, from which to choose. Ghost chairs are a beautiful pieces of art created out of clear material such as Lucite. The clear appearance of ghost chairs gives them their fitting name.

There are many designer chairs, such as ghost chairs as well. For instance, the Eames lounge chair and ottoman are crafted from plywood and leather. These unique pieces are designed by Charles and Ray Eames for the upscale Herman Miller furniture company. These pieces, much like ghost chairs are sometimes considered works of arts. In fact, some examples of chairs designed by the Eames are included in a permanent collection at the New York Museum of Modern Art.

Other examples of art as furniture is the Noguchi coffee table. This table, which would complement ghost chairs, is made of a wooden base composed of two identical curved wood pieces that are topped by a heavy glass top. Even though these pieces, like ghost chairs, are considered modern classics, Noguchi tables are readily available and relatively affordable.

Other designer chairs, such as ghost chairs include the Tolix stool. These pieces are minimal and industrial in their design. They will definitely complement any modern decor, as will ghost chairs.

There are so many selections and options from which to choose when you are ready to start your decorating efforts. You may want to consider hiring a professional interior decorator to take your ideas and individual style to their completion. The designer can help you place your designer chairs in the perfect spots to complement the overall design look.

Go out, check out some great designs, get some ideas, call that designer and get started today!