Chubby Chair Pastel - Dirk Van Der Kooij-Pastel-The Woods Gallery
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Dirk Van Der Kooij
790,00€
Chubby Chair - Dirk Van Der Kooij-Bleu-The Woods Gallery
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Dirk Van Der Kooij
586,85€
Bounce Chair by Karim Rashid - Gufram-Rose-The Woods Gallery
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Gufram
550,00€
LCM Walnut Chair by Charles & Ray Eames - Herman Miller - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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Herman Miller
1.600,00€
LCM Walnut Chair by Charles & Ray Eames - Herman Miller - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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Herman Miller
1.600,00€
Herman Chair - Ferm Living-Walnut-Chrome-The Woods Gallery
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Ferm Living
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Pair of LCM walnut chairs by Charles & Ray Eames - Herman Miller - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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Herman Miller
3.000,00€
Set of 6 TULIP Chairs by Eero Saarinen - Knoll - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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knoll
4.800,00€
Wire Chair by Harry Bertoia - Knoll - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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knoll
550,00€ Out of stock
Tulip Armchair by Eero Saarinen - Knoll - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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knoll
900,00€ Out of stock

1 / How to choose your office chair?

In order to work in the best possible conditions and not end up with muscle pain at the end of the day, it is important to choose an office chair that is right for us. First of all, you have to ask yourself these questions: "Why do I need an office chair?" And "How often will I use it?" ". Indeed, depending on how you use it, the selection criteria will not be the same. If you occasionally sit at your desk, any chair will do; if you work on it all day, the choice will be more considered. The seat should be tilted slightly downwards to allow good blood circulation. The backrest should wrap around your back for optimal comfort. A chair with armrests will be much more comfortable; you can relieve the muscles in your body by resting your arms on them. Finally, the height of the chair should preferably be adjustable.

2 / How to recognize a real Knoll tulip chair?

La Tulip chair, imagined by designer Eero Saarinen in 1957, has become a staple in the world of design. If this chair is so called, it is because the shape of its shell recalls that of tulip petals. Here are the characteristics of the genuine Knoll models. The foot: The Tulip chair has only one foot; Saarinen wanted to free up the space under the tables and chairs. It is made of cast aluminum and coated with rilsan, a plastic coating that gives it a uniform look from its inception until today. The base of the axis is very thin. From 1957, the foot is stamped "Knoll International" under the Rilsan; rilsan completely covers the underside of the foot. Models manufactured between 1960 and 1970 are not always stamped, and the rilsan only partially covers the underside of the foot. From the mid-1970s to the 1990s, rilsan still only partially covered the underside of the foot, and three reinforcing studs appeared under the foot of the chair. Since the late 1990s, the chairs have been fitted with a "Knoll Studio" stamp plate and the designer's signature. The underside of the foot is completely covered with rilsan, and ribs are present. The foam: From 1957 to the mid-1990s, the lower part of the foam is dimpled. Then the foam is full. The sticker under the cushion is rarely present. Fixing the cushions: From 1956 to the beginning of the 1960s, the cushions were fixed with laces on an overflowing grooved plate. Then, until 1995, they were fixed using round velcro sewn by a single machine pass, then two passes thereafter. The hulls: The hulls are unchanged since 1957; they are made of fiberglass. The plates: They are black or white. For fixed armchairs, a screw with visible head under the cushion, directly screwed into the cast iron of the foot is used. For swivel chairs, no visible head under the cushion, it is a Phillips head screw. And there you have it, now you will recognize a real Tulip Knoll chair!

3 / How to restore a chair with a screwed seat?

Restoring an upholstered chair is not that complicated, as long as you know how to do it! Here are the steps to follow to restore a chair. Disassemble everything: Unscrew the seat of the chair, and disassemble the layers that compose it; to remove the staples, use a flat screwdriver. Tighten Jute Straps: Most screw-in chairs are made of jute straps. Over time, these can relax and give the chair a slumped appearance. To retighten them, undo only one side of each strap and sew a piece of new strap (or a very strong fabric if you don't have one) to each end. Then, stretch them using a strap puller, and staple them. Unstitch the new fabric, and fold back the piece of old strap that protrudes by stapling it. Install a new seat: Cut a piece of foam using the seat as a template. Glue the foam to the jute straps with neoprene glue, making sure to read the directions for use. Attach a layer of batting: The batting will allow the seat to fill up and correct any irregularities in the foam. Cut a large piece that will cover the seat, and staple it on the underside. Apply the fabric: This is the last stage of the restoration. To do this, proceed in the same way as for laying the cotton wool. For the corners, try to make the fabric conform to the shape of the seat as much as possible. Finally, cut off the excess fabric and screw the seat back on!

4 / How to clean fabric chairs?

Before embarking on cleaning your fabric chairs, you need to know what fabric it is. Indeed, not all tissues can undergo the same treatment. Here are three natural methods for cleaning your fabric chairs. First of all, start by vacuuming your chairs with the brush nozzle of your vacuum cleaner. With white vinegar: White vinegar is particularly used to remove grease stains. Fill a spray bottle with water is white vinegar (2 / 3,1 / 3). Spray the mixture on the stains, and rinse with clean water with a sponge. You can repeat these steps multiple times if the tasks don't start the first time. With baking soda: This technique allows you to dry clean your chairs. Sprinkle baking soda on the stains, and leave to act for an hour. Baking soda removes stains, but also odors. Remove the excess product with your vacuum cleaner. With black soap: Dilute black soap in water. With a small brush, gently rub the stain. Then rinse with a sponge moistened with clean water.

5 / How to choose your dining room chairs?

With the wide choice of chairs available on the market, you can quickly get lost! You do not know which model you are heading? Note these few tips. What height ? You should know that the standard chair height is 45cm for a table with a height of 75cm. If you want to buy a table and chair set in store, do not hesitate to test it on the spot. Plain or mismatched set? The mismatched sets bring a touch of modernity to the dining room. But be careful not to overdo it! For example, if you want different colors for your chairs, then keep the same model; if you want different models, keep the same colors! If you prefer to play it safe, opt for a plain set in light tones; it will adapt to everything. Armrests or not? Chairs with armrests are a bit more comfortable. However, they take up a lot more space, and it may not be possible to store them under the table when not in use. What material ? Leather and fabric chairs are the most comfortable. However, if you have children or pets, choose less delicate materials such as wood or plastic; you can always add a cake to your chairs for more comfort. What height of the backrest? The higher the backrest, the more comfortable it will be. If you have a small space, still choose chairs with a low back so as not to burden the room.

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