If this amazing seat were a cartoon character, it would be the life of this party, regaling everyone with tales of hanging out with the Rat Pack, making guests feel comfortable and blending margaritas. Its pedigree dates back to the Mayans, however its geometry is midcentury modern.
I admit, Mayans did not lounge on these brightly colored woven seats on metal stands while supervising pyramid building, but the weaving used on these seats was inspired by Mayan hammock weaving techniques. Say hola into the Acapulco Chair, original designer unknown, circa 1950.
Orange beckons at a sea of concrete. The seat frame is steel, the cord woven around it is vinyl, and it is made for indoor and outdoor use.
Originally crafted in Acapulco, these South of the Border seats are popular across the world. A brightly colored pair brings daring color to the middle of the Swedish meadow.
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A bright orange seat will always catch attention in differently monochromatic modern landscapes. Its positioning here means that it has met the high standards of an uncompromising aesthete. High praise.
Foundation Landscape Design
White is a sleek modern option. Of the backdrop of foliage, the design of the seat stands out in the front in white.
Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture
Identical graphite bases unite a group of seats in many different colors.
Some firms, like Ocho in Mexico, additionally offer you the seat in a mixture of customized cord colours.
Allwood Construction Inc
Acapulco Chairs are a prop for picture stylists. Look at how well their curves match each the straight lines of the home’s architecture.
Jute Interior Design
Moving inside, the seat’s lively design and loungey relaxation mean it’s a great choice for a nursery, a child’s bedroom …
… or a playroom.
These seats fit directly into a midcentury modern aesthetic; classic Marimekko textiles on the walls and toss pillows make this successful mix of Mexican and Scandinavian modern styles. Two colours make up the seat on the left, infusing the differently wood, white and black tones with some joyful bright hues.
The seat is also offered in a leather-wrapped version that has a luxe look.
Interested in adding this silla bonita to your property? Many organizations are producing them two standouts are Ocho in Mexico and Greenpointworks in Brooklyn, New York. Both businesses hand-make the seats and are environmentally conscientious.
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