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Tolix Marais A Chair

It may have been designed in 1934, but the Tolix Marais A Chair looks just as comfortable in an ultra-modern lounge as it did on the sidewalk patios of pre-war Paris cafes. Created by Xavier Pauchard, the man who brought galvanized steel to France, this iconic chair is created through a process of 100 manual operations, is stackable up to 10 high, and still made in Autun, the same Burgundy town where the company was founded. And don't worry if you're outfitting an entire restaurant/lounge area — they make a matching armchair and stool, as well.

  • Bentley Harlow Armchair

    For nearly as long as they've been in business, Bentley Motors has been known for its vehicles' lush interiors. Now they're bringing some of their luxury knowhow to your house with the Bentley Harlow Armchair. A reinterpretation of a film director's chair, it features a base made of handsome, gunmetal-finished linear steel, seating made from cognac-colored leather using a tufted manufacturing process, metal buckles with leather bands on the armrests, and a low-slung look that lets it deftly straddle the line between casual and formal.

  • Sit & Read Sling Chair

    No matter where you choose to dive into a good book — whether it's in your living room or the patio in your backyard — do it in comfort and understated style with the Sit & Read Sling Chair ($1,100-$1,450). The frames are welded together from wrought iron and powder-coated in black for a long-lasting finish. Choose from three available upholstery options: hand-tanned leather for a manly interior space, blue sunbrella denim perfect for outdoors, or over-dyed vintage Persian rug for a more bohemian look. Each chair is beautiful in its minimalism, and perfect for the reader who cares as much about great design as they do a great read.