living la vie en rose in a velvet texture
Oak legs. Velvet upholstery.
This freeform chaise longue reminds us of a classical mixed modern feeling: the power of the color is resalting and having the best on all over this 50's sofa. The color is the one that catches the eye in the first place: the bright pink tone, pure and clean - together at the upholstery - creates a warm and inviting appearance. The object itself comes next.
It's a 50's thing, in fact, has been designed in 1954 by Hans Hartl and first produced by Eugen Schmidt. It exemplifies the link between art and design during this progressive period.
This furniture's jewel is possible to find in some vintage online platform that sells designs from the past decades. One of these platforms is Jacksons, one of the most extensive collections of 20th-century Scandinavian and international vintage design curated by Paul and Carina Jackson.
Photography by : Jacksons