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Eames Inspired
DSW Style Plastic Dining Chair, Walnut Stained Legs, Teal

The renowned Charles Eames DSW Side Chair has developed into a modern-day furniture icon. Its ageless characteristics ...

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Product Summary
  • Charles Eames Style DSW Side Chair, Walnut Stained, Teal
  • Dimensions: Height 83cm, Base Width 39.5cm, Base Depth 39cm, Seat Height 45cm
  • Inspired by the iconic Charles Eames design from 1948
  • Solid Beech wood legs with black metal bracket
  • Ergonomic polypropylene shell to added comfort
  • Non-slip transparent grippers on base of legs
  • Self assembly required
  • Choose from a wide range of modern colours
  • Mid-century dining chairs for your home, office or restaurant space


Winning the MOMA Low Cost Design Competition in 1948, husband and wife duo Charles and Ray Eames revolutionised 20th century furniture with their DSW side chair. Still a worldwide furniture icon today, it remains a staple piece in every dining room, café or restaurant space.

Our high quality reproduction adheres to the original design. Unlike the original fibreglass structure, our DSW dining chair has been updated to an environmentally friendly, and much more durable, polypropylene plastic shell. The ergonomically curved form is perfectly adapted to the shape of the body and the combination of wood and metal wires of the base add to the aesthetic value of the design as well as ensuring the stability of the chair.

Extremely resilient and robust, this DSW style plastic chair is available in a variety of vibrant colours and styles to suit all décor. It's the ideal way to bring mid-century design into your home or office space.

The names Charles and Ray Eames are only used to describe the characteristics of the goods made to the original design, and not as a trademark.