Date Posted:4 November 2015
Get the Look for Less with Replica Furniture
Have you been dreaming of that designer chair but the price is too steep? Well, dream no more. You can own a piece of great furniture design for your home while keeping your budget intact with replica furniture. Replicas offer high quality materials, desi
Have you been dreaming of that designer chair but the price is too steep? Well, dream no more. You can own a piece of great furniture design for your home while keeping your budget intact with replica furniture.
Replicas offer high quality materials, design and comfort as the original but are made to be more affordable to the mass market. Writer Charles Caleb Colton Once said that “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,” and here we present our takes on some celebrated furniture designers and their designs.
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Bernice and Charles Eames’ created furniture that are still the epitome of modern minimalist designs today. Originally produced in the 1950’s, our Eames Chairs come in both chrome legs and timber legs with a padded seat option for an extra comfy touch. Available in a variety of colours, add them to your dining area, bar or establishments like café’s and restaurants for their durability and ease. Not to mention a discreet sophistication oozing in style.
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Marble Tulip Table
The result of a five-year design investigation by Eero Saarinen, the Tulip Table was part of the designer’s Pedestal Collection in 1957. Our replicas come in a dining table and side coffee table option for a complete sophisticated finish to your home. Both are crafted from carrara marble and aluminum.
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Poul Henningsen Light
Danish designer Poul Henningsen was thought to be obsessed with light. In his fascination with the importance of light for our well-being, he created lightings that are glare-free and of uniform illumination. Add some vivid light into your home with our replicas of the PH5 light and the PH Artichoke light.
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Seppo Koho Atto Pendant Light
The Atto pendant light looks wonderful on its own or in a cluster. Interior designer Seppo Koho once said that “The viewer should not be blinded by the light. On the contrary, the light should softly invite people to come closer.” And the Atto pendant light perfectly achieves that sentiment. Add this to your kitchen or dining area for a Scandinavian and modern feel.
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Sandra Lidner Lights
Sandra Lidner studied in Hamburg at the University of Fine Arts and opened her first design studio in 1996. The Selene pendant light is one of her most well-known works. Add the pendant light in a cluster or as a statement piece, it will evoke light in an elegant, sleek yet modern-day design.