Louis-style chairs

 

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Louis-style chairs become hip and accessible when they're rebuilt with feather-filled acrylic cushions or upholstered in unexpected fabrics like Unisol, Danish designer Verner Panton's geometric 1965 black-and-white pattern originally designed for knitwear, or the Declaration of Independence scrawled across camouflage in velvet, from Stephen Sprouse.

Clockwise from top: Purple wool felt chair, Charles Nolan; printed polymer Renoma photo chair, Côté France; acrylic feather chair, Côté France; black-and-white chair, Chair Couture by Margaret Elman; graffiti and camo chair, the Future Perfect.
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