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1950s Inspired
DSW Style Plastic Dining Chair, Black

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, Natural Wood Legs, Dark Grey
  • 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


Based on the iconic mid-century 1948 design by Charles and Ray Eames, our statement DSW Style Dining Chair, in dark grey, much adheres to the original design. A modern day furniture icon, this stunning replica, remains a go-to piece, perfect for injecting style and class into home interiors, cafés or restaurant spaces.

Its ergonomically curved form and distinct 'water-fall' seat edge, is beautifully designed to adapt to the contours of the body, for added comfort. Unlike the original fibreglass structure, our improved DSW dining chair, boasts an environmentally friendly and durable polypropylene plastic shell, and easy clean surface. Its statement base, a beautiful combination of natural beech wood legs and contrasting metal brackets, add to the aesthetic value of the design.

Available in a range of vibrant colours or partner with differing leg styles to suit any interior decor.Choose from gorgeous shades of teal, bright green, cream, beige, black, white and light grey. It's the ideal way to bring mid-century design into your dining room, cafe, restaurant 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.