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1980s Tennis Chair Wimbledon | Decorative Modern

This bespoke chair made from steel and tennis balls was manufactured in the It is believed to have been removed from Wimbledon Tennis Club when refurbished.

Reduce, reuse, recycle, remake, restore, reclaim, refashion, recreate. What ever "R" you use...Resourcefullness and imagination is all you need to repurpose existing objects and give them new life. Be eco friendly and live green with these creative solutions to reuse everyday objects.

Hex Tennis Chair by Hugh Hayden: Who the hell pays that much for a chair made out of tennis balls, it really doesnt look that hard to construct!

Modernatique by Hyung Suk Cho: What do you think? Is comfort compromised for minimalism?

This chair with a curved frame and tapered legs is by Korean designer Hyung Suk Cho. Called Modernatique, the collection comes in black and walnut or white and ash wood. More furniture by Hyung Suk Cho on Dezeen

Acapulco rocker.

The Acapulco Rocking Chair is a sister version of the traditional Acapulco Chair.

Outdoor furniture pieces called Batoidea by Peter Donders.

Extraordinary Outdoor Furniture Batoidea

Belgian designer Peter Donders merged together design and technology in this limited edition 12 pieces + 3 artists proofs aluminium pieces of furniture. Inspired by the fascinating Ferrari, “the technique for the printed sand mold is the same one use

The Barracuda was featured on another blog post Objects of Desire: The Wishlist and features a dining room with Hans Wegner chairs.

Designer Spotlight: John Pawson and Hans Wegner

The Circle Chair is a surprising piece, looking very different from Hans J Wegner’s classic chair designs and originating in the rather than an earl

Modern Handwoven Rattan Chairs from WEND Studio

Modern Handwoven Rattan Chairs from WEND

WEND, Oakland design studio that aims to marry the traditional Indonesian craft of hand weaving with a distinctly California aesthetic. collaboration between designers Michelle Plante, Genevieve Bandrowski, and a family of weavers in Java.