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Frank Lloyd Wright Lounge chairs, Unitarian Church, Plywood, Steel, Fabric, 1951
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A rare pair of lounge chairs / slipper chairs designed by Frank Lloyd Wright produced by his Taliesin studio. Produced in limited numbers for Lloyd Wright's famous Unitarian Church i...
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Vintage 1950s American Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs

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Metal

Pair of Cypress Lounge Chairs in the Manner of Halabala
Located in Montreal, QC
Pair of Cypress lounge chairs in the manner of Halabala Illegible branded manufacturer's mark to underside paper manufacturer's label to underside of one example and remnants to oth...
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Vintage 1940s American Lounge Chairs

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Cypress

Pipsan Saarinen, Sofa, White Fabric, Rope, Steel, Pine Ficks Reed, 1949
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A sofa designed by husband and wife duo Pipsan Saarinen Swanson & J. Robert F. Swanson. Designed by their firm Swanson and Associates as part of the “Sol-Air” line for Ficks Reed Com...
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Vintage 1950s American Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs

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Metal

Unique Sculptural Pine Chair
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
"Vertebrae" chair great form and design.  
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Vintage 1970s American Chairs

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Pine

  • Unique Sculptural Pine Chair
  • Unique Sculptural Pine Chair
  • Unique Sculptural Pine Chair
  • Unique Sculptural Pine Chair
H 33.50 in. W 27.50 in. D 26.00 in.
Easi-Bild Folding Red Wood Indoor Outdoor Lounge Chair with Webbing, USA, 1950s
Located in Maastricht, NL
A folding lounge chair, made of a red painted pine frame with a backrest and seating made of green and yellow parachute webbing. The back legs have wheels attached to them. This cha...
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Vintage 1950s American Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs

Materials

Pine, Fabric

Pair of California Design Studio Stack Pine Cube Lounge Chairs
Located in San Mateo, CA
Pair of California design studio cube chairs with stacked and laminated pine sides. The have a substantial feel and a nice scale. We could see these in a getaway cabin or a coastal h...
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Vintage 1960s American American Craftsman Lounge Chairs

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Upholstery, Pine

Jens Risom for Knoll Lounge Chairs
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Pair of lounge chairs, model 654W, designed by Risom and commissioned by Hans Knoll.
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Vintage 1940s American Lounge Chairs

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Spruce, Nylon

  • Jens Risom for Knoll Lounge Chairs
  • Jens Risom for Knoll Lounge Chairs
  • Jens Risom for Knoll Lounge Chairs
  • Jens Risom for Knoll Lounge Chairs
H 30 in. W 20 in. D 28 in.
Dynamic Highback Armchair
Located in New York, NY
Luxurious highback lounge chair. Echoing the styling of early post war Italy, it was likely produced in North America, owing to its solid pine base. The seat is set at a slight decli...
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20th Century American Armchairs

Materials

Pine, Upholstery

Old Hickory Woven Armchair with Paddle Armrests
Located in New York, NY
Bearing the brand of the Old Hickory Company of Martinsville, Indiana, this rustic armchair features a woven seat and round back with pine paddle form armrests above four round legs ...
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Early 20th Century American Rustic Armchairs

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Hickory, Pine

  • Old Hickory Woven Armchair with Paddle Armrests
  • Old Hickory Woven Armchair with Paddle Armrests
  • Old Hickory Woven Armchair with Paddle Armrests
  • Old Hickory Woven Armchair with Paddle Armrests
H 34.25 in. W 32.5 in. D 24.5 in.
Rustic Modern Cowhide Leather Solid Pine Lounge Chair & Ottoman by Null
Located in Saint Petersburg, FL
Rustic modern is the best way we can describe this truly unique lounge chair and ottoman. Don't expect to ever see anything like this again. We have the entire living room set and ca...
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Vintage 1970s American Rustic Lounge Chairs

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Pine, Cowhide, Leather

Pipsan Saarinen, Lounge Chairs, White Fabric, Rope, Steel, Pine Ficks Reed, 1949
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A pair of lounge chairs designed by husband and wife duo Pipsan Saarinen Swanson & J. Robert F. Swanson. Designed by their firm Swanson and Associates as part of the “Sol-Air” line f...
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Vintage 1950s American Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs

Materials

Metal

Pair of Pine and Mongolian Lamb Lounge Chairs, California, 1970s
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pair of vintage one of a kind custom lounge chairs made of solid pine. From California, circa 1970s. Newly upholstered in long hair Mongolian lamb shearling hides and new canvas slin...
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Vintage 1970s American Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs

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Lambskin, Pine

Finding the Right Lounge Chairs for You

The lounge chair is known to all for its comfort and familiar form, but its history is slightly more ambiguous. While there are rare armchairs dating back as far as the 17th century, some believe that origins of the first official “lounge chair” are tied to Hungarian modernist designer-architect Marcel Breuer. While Breuer wasn’t exactly reinventing the wheel when he introduced the Wassily lounge chair in 1925, his recliner was indeed revolutionary for its integration of bent tubular steel.

Officially, a lounge chair is simply defined as a “comfortable armchair,” which allows for the shape and material of the furnishings to be extremely diverse. Whether or not chaise longues make the cut for this category is a matter of frequent debate.

The Eames lounge chair, on the other hand, has come to define somewhat of a universal perception of what a lounge chair can be. Introduced in 1956, the chair (and its partner in cozy, the ottoman) quickly became staples in television shows, prestigious office buildings and gorgeous living rooms. Venerable American designers Charles and Ray Eames intended for it to be the peak of luxury, which they knew meant taking furniture to the next level of style and comfort. Their chair inspired many modern interpretations of the lounge — as well as numerous copies.

On 1stDibs, find a broad range of lounge chairs that includes everything from antique Victorian-era seating to vintage mid-century modern lounge-chair options by craftsmen such as Hans Wegner to contemporary choices from today’s innovative designers.