Instagram is a never-ending source of interior inspiration but there's one brand that's doing the rounds more than others and that's Vitra. Vitra's design classics are not only world-famous, they're also Insta-famous; the Eames Plastic Chairs, the Eames Lounge Chair & the Vitra Tool Box being just a few designs we constantly see on our feed. Well, when the Eames DSW is so photogenic why wouldn't your share how you've styled yours? If you're thinking of investing in some timeless design or just want to drool over gorgeous interiors we've got your covered with our favourite Vitra homes on Instagram.
Vitra Eames DSW Plastic Chair
With an Instagram account dedicated to #OnMyEames it's safe to say the Eames Chairs are quickly becoming the most photographed pieces of the 21st century. Here the Eames DSW in white with maple legs partners beautifully with the Vitra Nelson Bench to create a stunning Mid-century Modern corner.
The Vitra Eames DAW Plastic Chair
Another famous Eames Plastic Chair- the Vitra DAW is a spacious arm chair with maple legs. It looks beautiful here in the Scandi-white home of our friend Denise at @AboutthisHouse, giving the space a really seamless, minimal appeal. However with 14 mid-century modern shell colours to choose from the DAW can be used to create a whole range of interior looks.
Vitra Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman
The Eames Lounge Chair is the epitome of design classics in terms of furniture. It offers endless comfort and is truly timeless, making it really worth the investment. Place in front of a fire or in a cosy corner to create relaxing hygge vibes in the home.
Vitra Panton Chair
The timeless and original Vitra Panton Chair was designed by Verner Panton in 1960 and was the very first fully plastic chair made from a single section. In this interior the chairs are partnered with a Knoll Saarinen Tulip Oval Table to create a modern, cosy dining room with so much design character. The Tom Dixon Copper Pendant Light looks great too!
Vitra Tool Box
One of our best-selling products, the Vitra Tool Box is a colourful, contemporary storage solution designed by Arik Levy. This versatile accessory has several compartments making it perfect for stationery, work materials, desk accessories, makeup brushes and so much more. Search #vitratoolbox on Instagram for inspiration on styling yours!
Vitra Polder Sofa
In the Netherlands Polder refers to the artificial land reclaimed from the sea by means of dikes and drainage canals. The Polder Sofa from Vitra is just as low-lying, just as flat, and places just as much emphasis on the horizontal! This modern design classic may look unconventional but it's extremely comfortable for both sitting and lying on. Shown here in beautiful blue, it makes a stunning, contemporary addition to the home.
Vitra Eames RAR Rocking Chair
Loved by everyone the RAR Rocking Chair is a further variation of the Eames Plastic Chairs and looks great no matter what room you place it in, be it the living room, bedroom, kitchen or nursery. Add textiles such as a cushion or throw to give it a cosy, hygge look.
Vitra LTR Occasional Table
The Vitra Eames LTR Occasional Table is a stunning design classic at an affordable price. This versatile piece not only works as a bedside or coffee table for displaying your favourite books and home accessories, but also comes in handy as a stand for your wine when paired with a lounge chair or sofa!
Vitra Nelson Bench
Designed in 1946 the Nelson Bench by Vitra looks just as good in this modern apartment as it did 71 years ago thanks to its timeless, beautiful expression.
Vitra Eames DSR Plastic Chair
With its metallic chrome legs the Vitra DSR has an industrial yet elegant appeal and looks stunning here in this monochrome apartment.
Vitra Wooden Dolls
The Vitra Wooden Dolls are timeless collectables that offer a stunning way to add colour to your interior. Originally designed by Alexander Girard the dolls were inspired by native American art. Now reproduced by Vitra, the expanding collection includes 23 individually hand-painted wooden dolls in different shapes and sizes, plus a wooden cat, a wooden dog, wooden fish and a wooden devil.
Vitra Hang It all
The Hang It All Coat Rack seems almost too good to cover with coats! Designed in 1953 by Charles Eames it's a true design classic that will brighten up or enhance any hallway with its sleek, minimal design. Available in 5 colours you'll find many copies on the market but it's the original Eames design that will truly stand the test of time.
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