Side chairs are a versatile and practical furniture item that is easy to move and rearrange. By definition, side chairs are single person chairs that do not have arms. Side chairs come in a large variety of styles, materials, and shapes and are common for most environments—including cafes, restaurants, homes, and offices. Because of their flexibility, functionality, and often playful forms, side chairs are great opportunities to add a fun and useful accent to a space.

Series 7 Chair

Designer: Arne Jacobsen
Year:
1955
Style: Danish Modern
Height (Seat): 18.3” | 46.5 cm
Height (Back): 32.5” | 82.6 cm
Width: 20” | 50.8 cm
Depth: 20.5” | 52 cm
Material (Options): Natural or lacquered veneer, fabric

The Series 7 Chair is a modern side chair formed around the ideal sitting shape of the human body. Designed by Danish designer Arne Jacobsen in 1955, the Series 7 Chair features a back and seat made from a single piece of plywood and shaped to provide the right amount of give and pressure to support your body.
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Marais A Chair

Designer: Xavier Pauchard
Year:
1934
Style: Industrial
Height (Seat): 17.5” | 44.5 cm
Height (Back): 33.5” | 85.1 cm
Width: 17.5” | 44.5 cm
Depth: 20.3” | 51.6 cm
Materials: Galvanized steel, powder-coating

The Marais A Chair is a galvanized steel cafe chair that celebrates industrial materials, processes, and craft. Designed and tooled by French metalworker Xavier Pauchard in 1934, the Marais A Chair continues to prove itself to be durable and attractive for a range of uses in cafes, restaurants, and homes.
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