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  • MLF Eames DSW Molded Plastic Side Chair
    Price: $4,096.00 $1,379.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $1,269.00
  • MLF Le Corbusier LC2 Modern Armchair/Loveseat/Sofa
    Price: $3,360.00 $919.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $849.00
  • MLF Brno Flat Chair
    Price: $1,099.00 $659.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $609.00
  • MLF Brno Tubular Chair
    Price: $1,079.00 $599.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $549.00
  • MLF High-Back Office Ribbed Chair with headrest
    Price: $1,499.00 $759.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $709.00
  • MLF Knoll Barcelona Chair (Ottoman)
    Price: $2,249.00 $879.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $819.00
  • MLF Comfortable Molded Plywood Chair
    Price: $1,149.00 $489.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $469.00
  • MLF Harry Bertoia Wire Side Chair (Set of 4)
    Price: $1,349.00 $499.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $459.00
  • MLF Ghost Dining Chair
    Price: $2,560.00 $839.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $779.00
  • MLF Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Zig Zag Chair
    Price: $579.00 $389.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $359.00
  • MLF Eero Saarinen Womb Chair & Ottoman
    Price: $2,149.00 $1,159.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $1,069.00
  • MLF Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair
    Price: $579.00 $679.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $629.00
  • MLF Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman (Inspired by Charles and Ray)
    Price: $2,249.00 $1,169.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $1,089.00
  • MLF 100% Reproduction of Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman
    Price: $2,749.00 $999.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $919.00
  • MLF Nelson Marshmallow Sofa
    Price: $1,749.00 $769.00
    Bulk Order As Low As $719.00
  • MLF Eames DSW Molded Plastic Side Chair (MLF174)
    Product Attributes:
    Approximate Dimensions (inch):
    Chair Height: 31.5;
    Seat Height: 16.5;
    Seat Width: 18;
    Detailed Size as attached photo.

    Approximate Weight (lb):
    N.W. (lb.): 1.8;
    G.W. (lb.): 3.5;

    Suitable Places:
    Great for both Home & Office use - Dining Rooms, Living Rooms, Family Rooms, Bedrooms, Nurseries, Offices, Waiting Areas, Parties, Banquets, Patios, Porch, Balconies, and any space you prefer to place!

    Maintenance:
    Avoid direct sunlight, away from stoves, heating and other heat sources, Avoid partially heavy pressure, Prevent collisions and scratching with hard sharp objects;
    If broken, could be bonded after soften by electric iron heating.

    Product Story:
    Designed in 1948 by prolific duo , the  Side Chair was the winner of New York’s Museum of Modern Art international ‘Low-Cost Furniture Design'competition.Our  Side Chair is the reproduction of the original. A classic piece of mid-century furniture;  Side Chair is a contemporary version of the legendary ABS/Fiberglass Chair;  Molded Plastic Side Chair with Wood Dowel Base; Fiberglass or ABS seat.
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    $1,379.00
    $4,096.00
  • MLF Le Corbusier LC2 Modern Armchair/Loveseat/Sofa (MLF009)
    Product Attributes:
    Product Dimension (inch):
    1 Seater
    26.4 inches * depth 27.6 inches * width 29.9 inches
    Floor to seat height 16.9 inches
    Floor to arm height 26.4 inches
    Package Dimension (inch): L32.7 * W30.3 * H29.1
    N.W. (lb.): 41.9
    G.W. (lb.): 51.8

    2 Seater
    26.4 inches * depth 27.6 inches * width 51.2 inches
    Floor to seat height 16.9 inches
    Floor to arm height 26.4 inches
    Package Dimension (inch): L53.5 * W29.9* H28.7
    N.W. (lb.): 63.9
    G.W. (lb.): 74.96

    3 Seater
    26.4 inches * depth 27.6 inches * width 70.9 inches
    Floor to seat height 16.9 inches
    Floor to arm height 26.4 inches
    Package Dimension (inch): L73.6 * W31.1 * H29.1
    N.W. (lb.): 85.9
    G.W. (lb.): 99.2

    Suitable Places:
    Sitting Room, Study Room, Leisure Areas, Hotel, Villa, Apartment

    Maintenance:
    Keep room ventilation, leather will accelerate aging result of too dry or wet; Keep away from direct sunlight and the air conditioning blowing, leather would harden leather, faded; Summer sweat more, the leather pores will absorb the sweat, hot and humid make the sweat and leather in organic chemical reactions, easy to produce odor, should use a damp or dry cloth to wipe.

    Product Story:
    The modern armchair was designed for a historical fine art exposition, the 1929 Salon d'Automne. The Armchair still resides in museums worldwide and still graces the pages of magazines like Architectural Digest. 
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    $919.00
    $3,360.00
  • MLF Brno Flat Chair (MLF007)

    Product Attributes: 

    Product Dimension  (inch): L23*W21.7*H31.9
    Package Dimension (inch): L35*W25.6*H24.4
    Net Weight (lb.): 40.1
    Gross Weight (lb.): 55.11

    Suitable Places: 

    Living Room, Leisure Areas, Meeting Room, Reception Room, Club, Waiting Area, Office, Dining Room

    Maintenance:

     Vacuum with Soft Brush Nozzle  No Direct Sunlight
     Clean with Special Oil  No Heat
     No Wet Towel  No Sharp Objects

    Product Story:
    The Chair was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1930 for the Tugendhat house in Brno, Czechoslovakia. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's Brno Chair mirrors the groundbreaking simplicity of its original environment. The Chair is available in two versions: the Brno Tugendhat (thin seat/back) and the Brno Classic (thick seat/back). Chairs are available in stainless steel or mirror chrome finish. An icon of 20th-century design, the Brno Chair is celebrated for its lean/Sink your booty into this design treasure - quite simply the chair to own if you want style and lots of it. Rightly noted as one of the 80 man-made treasures of the world by architectural guru, Dan Cruickshank, the Brno adds style to any home, business or leisure facility. With leather upholstery floating between two arches of tough stainless steel, the Brno chair is not only breathtakingly beautiful, it's also extremely comfortable and durable. This chair is an excellent choice for the dining room, office seating or waiting room.

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    $659.00
    $1,099.00
  • MLF Brno Tubular Chair (MLF911)

    Product Attributes: 

    Product Dimension  (inch): L22.8*W22.5*H31.5
    Package Dimension (inch): L24.8*W24.8*H33.07
    Net Weight (lb.): 19.8
    Gross Weight (lb.): 31.31

    Suitable Places: 

    Living Room, Leisure Area, Office, Meeting Room, Club, Waiting Area, Kitchen, Dining Room

    Maintenance:

     Vacuum with Soft Brush Nozzle  No Direct Sunlight
     Clean with Special Oil  No Heat
     No Wet Towel  No Sharp Objects

    Product Story:
    One of the first cantilevered chair designs to be produced, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's Brno Tubular Chair (1930) is the most elegant of its kind. A simple profile, clean lines and meticulous attention to detail have elevated the Brunston Tubular chair to an icon of twentieth century furniture design. Our extremely high quality version has a tubular polished chrome plated grade 304 steel frame and completely upholstered with Italian leather(Full Grain). A truly comfortable chair that is suitable for home and office.

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    $599.00
    $1,079.00
  • MLF High-Back Office Ribbed Chair with headrest (MLF093-035)
    093:
    Product Dimension  (inch): L22.83*W24.02*H40.16
    Package Dimension  (inch): L34.6*W26.8*H26.4
    Gross Weight (lb.): 81.57

    035:
    Product Dimension  (inch): L30.71*W23.62*H32.28
    Package Dimension  (inch): L28.0*W26.4*H24.4
    Gross Weight (lb.): 79.37
     
    Suitable Places:
    Sitting Room, Study Room, Leisure Areas, Hotel, Villa, Apartment, Office, Chatting Room.
     
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    $759.00
    $1,499.00
  • MLF Knoll Barcelona Chair (Ottoman) (MLF004)

    Product attributes: 

    Product Dimension  (inch): Chair: L31.5*W32.3*H31.9
    Ottoman: L25.2*W22.8*H15.7
    Package Dimension (inch):
    Chair & Ottoman:
    Italian Leather:  L32.7*W31.9*H32.7
    Aniline Leather:  L32.7*W31.9*H32.3

    Chair:
    Italian Leather:  L32.7*W31.5*H31.5
    Aniline Leather:  L33.1*W31.5*H30.3

    Ottoman:
    Italian Leather:  L26.4*W25.2*H18.9
    Aniline Leather: L26.4*W25.6*H19.3
    Net Weight (lb.):
    77.2
     
    Gross Weight (lb.):
    Chair & Ottoman:
    Italian Leather: 94.4

    Aniline Leather: 94.6

    Chair:

    Italian Leather: 61.7
    Aniline Leather: 66.2

    Ottoman: 
    Italian Leather: 36.4
    Aniline Leather: 38.6


    Loveseat (2 seater) Dimensions: 
    Total height: 31.5 inches, Length 31.5 inches, Width 51.2 inches
    Floor to seat height 16.5 inches.
    Package Dimension (inch): L52.4*W33.1*H32.3
    Gross Weight (lb.): 91.7

    Sofa (3 seater): 
    Total height: 31.5 inches, Length 31.5 inches, Width 70.9 inches
    Floor to seat height 16.5 inches.
    Package Dimension (inch): Italian Leather L71.3*W33.1*H32.3
                                                            Aniline Leather L72.0*W32.3*H32.7
    Gross Weight (lb.): Italian Leather 114.2
                                   Aniline
     Leather 117.73

    Ottoman(2 Seater):
    Product Dimension (inch): L48.0*W22.8*H16.1,
    Seat height: 16.1 inches(41CM)
    Package Dimension (inch): L50.4*W26.0*H18.9
    N.W.(lb.): 33.1
    G.W. (lb.): 39.7 
     

    Suitable Places:

    Living Room, Sitting Room, Leisure Areas, Work Place, Hall, Coffee House, Hotel, Villa, Club

    Maintenance:

     Vacuum with Soft Brush Nozzle  No Direct Sunlight
     Clean with Special Oil  No Heat
     No Wet Towel  No Sharp Objects

    Product Story:

    The Pavilion chair is a chair designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich. It was originally designed for the German Pavilion, that country's entry for the International Exposition of 1929, which was hosted by Spain. It was first used in Villa Tugendhat, a masterpiece of Mies van der Rohe in the City of Brno (Czech Republic).
     
    The frame was initially designed to be bolted together, but was redesigned in 1950 using stainless steel, which allowed the frame to be formed by a seamless piece of metal, giving it a smoother appearance. Bovine leather replaced the ivory-colored pigskin which was used for the original pieces.
     
    The functional design and elements of it that were patented by Mies in Germany, Spain and the United States in the 1930s have since expired. The Pavilion chair was manufactured in the US and Europe in limited production from the 1930s to the 1950s. In 1953, six years after Reich's death, Mies ceded his rights and his name on the design to product, knowing that his design patents were expired. This collaboration then renewed popularity in the design.
     
    Designer claims to be the current licensed manufacturer and holder of all trademark rights to the design. In 1965, Designer purchased the trademark rights from Drexel. In 2004, designer received trade dress rights to the design from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Despite these trademarks, a large replica market continues. Gordon International New York has continued to manufacture the designs since the 1970s, even after a court battle against designer in 2005.[citation needed] In 2011, another court battle erupted between Designer and RegencyShop.com; the outcome is pending. In 2013, RegencyShop.com filed a counter-suit against designer in Central District of California, Western Division alleging fraud on the USPTO regarding furniture designs.
     
    Although many architects and furniture designers of the Bauhaus era were intent on providing well-designed homes and impeccably manufactured furnishings for the "common man," the Pavilion chair was an exception. It was designed for the Spanish Royalty to oversee the opening ceremonies of the exhibition and described by Time magazine as inhabiting "his sumptuous German pavilion." The form is thought to be extrapolated from Roman folding chairs known as the Curule chair – upholstered stools used by Roman aristocracy. And despite the industrial appearance the Pavilion chair requires much hand craftsmanship.
     
    Since 1953 Inc has manufactured the chair. They make the frame in two different steel configurations, chrome and stainless. The chair is almost completely hand-laboured, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's signature is stamped into each chair. Reproductions proliferate worldwide and are sold under different marketing names. In his 1981 book about modern architecture, From Bauhaus to Our House, Tom Wolfe mocked the Pavilion chair as "the Platonic ideal of chair", and wrote that, despite its high price, owning one had become a necessity for young architects: "When you saw the holy object on the sisal rug, you knew you were in a household where a fledgeling architect and his young wife had sacrificed everything to bring the symbol of the godly mission into their home."

    MLF Pavilion chair is 100% reproduction Pavilion chair of original. As they are very popular and classic, it is very tempting and inviting to people. And MLF Pavilion chair knock off is on promotion now, that is free shipping. Buy NOW, bring classic home!
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    $879.00
    $2,249.00
  • MLF Comfortable Molded Plywood Chair (MLF048)

    Product Attributes (single item): 

    Product Dimension  (inch): L20.1*W22.4*H28.7
    Package Dimension (inch): Single: L23.23*W25.59*H27.56
    Set of 2: 
    L38.6*W28.3*H23.6
    Net Weight (lb.): 15.7
    Gross Weight (lb.): Single: 17.64
    Set of 2: 34.17



    Suitable Places: 

    Living Room, Bedroom, Leisure Areas, Hall, Hotel, Villa, Club

    Maintenance:
    No Heat

    Product Story:
    The Molded Plywood Dining Chair is inspired by the designer in 1946.Jr (1907-1978) and Bernice Alexandra "Ray" (nee Kaiser) was American designers, who worked in and made major contributions to modern architecture and furniture. They also worked in the fields of industrial and graphic design, fine art and film. They married in 1941 and moved to California where they continued their furniture design work with molding plywood.

    In 1946, Evans Products began producing the molded plywood furniture. Their molded plywood chair was called "the chair of the century" by the influential architectural critic Esther McCoy. Soon production was taken over, who continues to produce the furniture in the United States to this day.

    They established their long and legendary relationship in 1946 with this boldly original molded plywood dining chair featuring wooden legs. Since then, the aesthetic integrity, enduring charm, and comfort of the dining chair and its counterpart lounge chair have earned them recognition as the best of modern design. Their designs and innovative use of materials made this house a mecca for architects and designers from all over the world.

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    $489.00
    $1,149.00
  • MLF Harry Bertoia Wire Side Chair (Set of 4) (MLF083)

    Product Attributes: 

    Product Dimension  (inch): chair:L20.5*W21.7*H31.9
    seat height: 16.5
    Package Dimension (inch): L27.6*W23.2*H23.2
    Net Weight (lb.): 13.67
    Gross Weight (lb.): 67.35

    Suitable Places: 

    Living Room, Leisure Area, Office, Meeting Room, Waiting Area, Kitchen, Dining Room

    Maintenance:
     No Heat

    Product Story:
    Harry Bertoia transformed industrial wire rods into a new furniture form and created the iconic wire chair. Our Replica Harry Bertoia Wire chairs incorporate a delicate filigreed appearance whilst being extremely strong, these airy seats are sculpted out of steel rods and are a piece of artwork in themselves.

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    $499.00
    $1,349.00
  • MLF Ghost Dining Chair (MLFCC409)
    Product Attributes:
    Approximate Dimensions(inch):
    Chair Height: 35.5; Seat Height: 18.5; Seat Width: 13.75;
    Rear Leg Width: 15; Seat Depth: 15.5;
    Approximate Weight (lb):
    N.W.(lb.): 7.9
    G.W.(lb.): 9

    Suitable Places:
    Great for both Home & Office use - Dining Rooms, Living Rooms, Family Rooms, Bedrooms, Nurseries, Offices, Waiting Areas, Parties, Banquets, Patios, Porch, Balconies, and any space you prefer to place!

    Maintenance:
    Avoid direct sunlight, away from stoves, heating and other heat sources, Avoid partially heavy pressure, Prevent collisions and scratching with hard sharp objects;
    If broken, could be bonded after soften by electric iron heating.

    Product Story:
    The Ghost Chair presents a unique mix of creativity and sturdiness. The chairs are durable, can be stacked and are great for both outdoor and indoor use. These features make them a terrific choice for nearly any kind of occasion and space. The Ghost Chair almost disappears into the background as if to faintly impose its distinguishing design element into the room. The ghost chair has turned out to be an artistic representation of American furniture. Apart from their versatility, they also express the designs of a true artist. Their rounded seats and medallion backs show the illusion of a contemporary baroque style chair.
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    $839.00
    $2,560.00
  • MLF Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Zig Zag Chair (MLF132)

    Product Attributes: 

    Product Dimension  (inch): L14.6*W16.9*H29.5 
    Package Dimension (inch): L32.1*W22.8*H17.7
    Net Weight (lb.): 26.5
    Gross Weight (lb.): 35.27

    Suitable Places: 

    Living Room, Bedroom, Leisure Areas, Hall, Hotel, Villa, Club

    Maintenance:
    No Heat

    Product Story:
    The Zig Zag Chair was designed by Gerrit Rietveld in 1934. Gerrit Thomas Rietveld (24 June 1888-25 June 1964) was a Dutch furniture designer and architect, and was one of the principal members of the Dutch artistic movement called De Stijl, Rietveld is famous for his Red and Blue Chair and for the Rietveld Schroder House, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Rietveld had his first retrospective exhibition devoted to his architectural work at the Centraal Museum, Utrecht, in 1958. When the art academy in Amsterdam became part of the higher professional education system in 1968 and was given the status of an Academy for Fine Arts and Design, the name was changed to the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in honour of Rietveld "Gerrit Rietveld: A Centenary Exhibition" at the Barry Friedman Gallery, New York, in 1988 was the first comprehensive presentation of the Dutch architect's original works ever held in the U.S. The highlight of a celebratory "Rietveld Year" in Utrecht, the exhibition "Rietveld's Universe" opened at the Central Museum and compared him and his work with famous contemporaries like Wright and Mies van der Rohe.

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    $389.00
    $579.00
  • MLF Eero Saarinen Womb Chair & Ottoman (MLF078)

    Product attributes: 

    Product Dimension  (inch): Chair:L37*W37.8*H35.4              
    Ottoman:L25.2*W21.7*H18.5
    Package Dimension (inch):
    L40.2*W39.8*H31.9
    100% Reproduction: 
    L40.9*W37.8*H37.8
     
    Net Weight (lb.): 59.5
    Gross Weight (lb.):
    79.37
    100% Reproduction: 77.16

    Suitable Places:

    Living Room, Leisure Areas, Coffee House, Hotel, Club, Villa, Study Room, Sitting Room, Work Place

    Maintenance:

     Vacuum  with Smooth Faced Attachment  No Direct Sunlight
    No Unbefitting Chemical Cleaner  No Heat
    No Hard Things  

    Product Story:

    Eero Saarinen created the Womb Chair, originally known as the Wombat Chair in 1948. The Womb Chair's organic form is representative of the mid-century Scandinavian modernism style of furniture using synthetic materials to create inspired forms. He had three design principles ¨C Function, Structure and being part of the time. Eero Saarinen designed with the human body form in mind. A simple concept yes, but many Product Storys prefer aesthetics to functionality. In nearly every case, a piece of furniture that rises to become a classic has both striking artistic form as well as function.

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    $1,159.00
    $2,149.00
  • MLF Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair (MLF047)

    Product Attributes: 

    Product Dimension  (inch): L21.5*W26.8*H27
    Package Dimension (inch): Single: L24.02*W25.59*H27.56
    Set of 2: L32.28*W24.8*H30.71
    Net Weight (lb.): 17.9
    Gross Weight (lb.): Single: 18.61
    Set of 2: 36.82

    Suitable Places: 

    Living Room, Bedroom, Leisure Areas, Hall, Hotel, Villa, Club

    Maintenance:
    No heat

    Product Story:
    The  Molded Plywood Lounge Chair was designed in 1946. Jr (1907-1978) and Bernice Alexandra "Ray" (nee Kaiser) were American designers, who worked in and made major contributions to modern architecture and furniture. They also worked in fields of industrial and graphic design, fine art and film. They married in 1941 and moved to California where they continued their furniture design work with molding plywood. In 1946, Evans Products began producing the molded plywood furniture. Their molded plywood chair was called "the chair of the century" by the influential architectural critic Esther McCoy. Soon production was taken over.who continues to produce the furniture in the United States to this day. Their designs and innovative use of materials made their house a mecca for architects and designers from all over the world. 

    The molded plywood lounge chairs, also known as LCW chair, comfortably fit the body, the sculpted form of the plywood chairs are produced using thin sheets of lightweight veneer gently molded into curved shapes with natural rubber shock mounts to absorb movement. Since then, with just a few molded plywood, the chairs' aesthetic integrity, enduring charm, and comfort have earned its recognition as the best of modern design. Also with its vintage & simple style, it is also very popular. So the molded plywood lounge chair is often among Amazon or ebay bestseller list. Bring classic home and get one for yourself NOW!

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    $679.00
    $579.00
  • MLF Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman (Inspired by Charles and Ray) (MLF021)
    Product Attributes: 
    Product Dimension  (inch): Chair: L35.4*W35*H31.5                                    
    Ottoman: L27*W20.9*H15.7
    Package Dimension (inch): Italian Leather: L36.6*W33.1*H30.7
    Aniline Leather: 
    L35.8*W32.7*H29.9
    Vintage Leather: L35.8*W32.7*H29.9
    Net Weight (lb.): 70.5
    Gross Weight (lb.): 101.41

    Suitable Places:

    Sitting Room, Study Room, Leisure Areas, Hotel, Villa, Apartment

    Maintenance:

     Vacuum with Soft Brush Nozzle  No Direct Sunlight
     Clean with Special Oil  No Heat
     No Wet Towel  No Sharp Objects

    Product Story:

    The Lounge Chair and ottoman are furnishings made of molded plywood and leather, designed for the furniture company. They are officially titled  Lounge and Ottoman and were released in 1956 after years of development by designers. It was the first chair that the  designed for a high-end market. Examples of these furnishings are part of the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art.
     
    Aimed to develop furniture that could be mass-produced and affordable, with the exception of the Lounge Chair. This luxury item was inspired by the traditional English Club Chair. The Lounge Chair has become iconic with Modern style design, although when it was first made,  remarked in a letter to Charles that the chair looked "comfortable and un-designy". Charles's vision was for a chair with "the warm, receptive look of a well-used first baseman's mitt." The chair is composed of three curved plywood shells: the headrest, the backrest and the seat. In modern production, the shells are made up of five thin layers of plywood which are covered by a Brazilian rosewood veneer. The layers are glued together and shaped under heat and pressure. Earlier models are differentiated from newer models by the sets of rubber spacers between the aluminum spines and the wood panels first used in the earliest production models (and then hard plastic washers used in later versions) early first series versions of the chair used three screws to secure the armrests, second series models used two. In the earlier models, the zipper around the cushions may have been brown or black as well, and in newer models the zippers are black. The shells and the seat cushions are essentially the same shape, and composed of two curved forms interlocking to form a solid mass. The chair back and headrest are identical in proportion, as are the seat and the ottoman. Early ottomans had removable rubber slide on feet with metal glides.
     
    Since its introduction, the chair has been in continuous production in America. Later, Vitra began producing the chair for the European market. It was licenced for a short period to Hille in the mid 1960s, but the licence was withdrawn due to quality issues also some slight changes to the original design - notably the cast base which was altered to be thinner. Immediately following its release, other furniture companies began to copy the chair's design. Some made direct copies, others were merely 'influenced' by the design. Most notably the former Plycraft Company issued dozens of chairs that were direct copies of or in-the-style-of the  670. Later Chinese and European companies began making direct copies. However, Vitra remain the only two companies to produce these chairs with the  name attached.

    Mlf  Lounge chair is 100% reproduction lounge chair original. As  lounge chair become more and more popular, MLF is on timed  lounge chair knock off. Bring classic home NOW!
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    $1,169.00
    $2,249.00
  • MLF 100% Reproduction of Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman (MLFPV021)
    Product Attributes: 
    Product Dimension  (inch):
    L32.3*W34.4*H32.9
    Package Dimension (inch):
    L36.2*W30.7*H32.7
    Net Weight (lb.):
    70.5
    Gross Weight (lb.):
    101.9

    Suitable Places:

    Sitting Room, Study, Leisure Areas, Hotel, Villa, Apartment

    Maintenance:

     Vacuum with Soft Brush Nozzle
     No Direct Sunlight
     Clean with Special Oil
     No Heat
     No Wet Towel
     No Sharp Objects

    Product Story:

    The  Lounge Chair first appeared on the Arlene Francis "Home" show broadcast on the NBC television network in the USA in 1956. Immediately following the debut, Herman Miller launched an advertising campaign that highlighted the versatility of the chair. Print ads depicted the 670 in a Victorian parlor, occupied by a grandmother shelling peas on the front porch of an American Gothic style house, and in the middle of a sunny field of hay.

    The Lounge Chair is widely considered one of the most significant designs of the 20th century. It has become the consummate lounge set, timelessly blending old-fashioned comfort and visionary modernism.
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    $999.00
    $2,749.00
  • MLF Nelson Marshmallow Sofa (MLF001)

    Product Attributes: 

    Product Dimension  (inch): L52.8*W33.9*H33.1
    Package Dimension (inch): L54.7*W32.3*H13
    Net Weight (lb.): 90.4
    Gross Weight (lb.): 108.03

    Suitable Places: 
    Living Room, Leisure Areas, Hall, Villa, Club, Waiting Area

    Maintenance:

     Vacuum with Soft Brush Nozzle  No Direct Sunlight
     Clean with Special Oil  No Heat
     No Wet Towel  No Sharp Objects
     

    Product Story:

    Design by George Nelson and Irving Harper, 1956. The playful Marshmallow Sofa is a landmark of modern design that's still turning heads and making people smile. The sofa originated from the discs that are its hallmark. The original George Nelson Marshmallow Sofa was conceptually designed in 1954. At the time, George Nelson was not working alone. The actual designer of the Marshmallow Sofa was Irving Harper, an employee of the George Nelson Group. George Nelson took credit. First production of the sofa began in 1956. The sofa ended production in 1961 with only 186 original pieces being produced. Some were available with cushions all the same color and some had multiple colored cushions. 

    As with many mid-century classics, the Marshmallow sofa gained in popularity as the years went by. It was featured in pop art publications and a variety of big screen pictures. By popular demand the Marshmallow sofa was re-introduced in the mid 1980's in the form of reproductions of the original design and continues to be made to this day. The Marshmallow sofa was designed in the "Atomistic" style, which explodes its parts into separate, brightly colored elements. In this case the elements are the cushions, which float on the frame, it is not only astonishing in its appearance, but also surprisingly comfortable.

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