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Pair of Swedish 1930s Leather and Mohair Lounge Chairs
Located in Stockholm, SE
Pair of amazing Swedish 1930s lounge chairs, in a low, cylindrical design. Upholstered with leather and loose, mohair cushions. Wood details on the upper edge and front of the chairs...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Lounge Chairs

Materials

Mohair, Leather

Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs, Swedish
By Carl Malmsten
Located in San Francisco, CA
Mid-Century Modern Swedish lounge chairs in the style of Carl Malmsten, newly upholstered in charcoal grey mohair and ready to enjoy.
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Vintage 1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Lounge Chairs

Materials

Upholstery

  • Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs, Swedish
  • Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs, Swedish
  • Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs, Swedish
  • Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs, Swedish
H 33.5 in. W 29.5 in. D 30 in.
Pair of DUX Lounge Chairs Fully Restored in Mohair Velvet, Artifort, 1955
By Artifort
Located in bergen op zoom, NL
Pair of lounge chairs by Swedish manufacturer DUX and distributed by Artifort the Netherlands 1955 These lounge chairs were top of the Artifort range in 1955, handmade in Sweden and...
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Vintage 1950s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs

Materials

Steel

Pair of Arne Dahlén Lounge Chairs in Pierre Frey Bouclé and Oak, Sweden, 1960s
By La Maison Pierre Frey, Arne Dahlén
Located in The Hague, NL
This rare pair of lounge chairs was designed by Arne Dahlén in the early 1960s. The model was called 'Eva' and was manufactured by his company, Dahléns Company in the Swedish town Da...
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Vintage 1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Lounge Chairs

Materials

Metal, Brass

Pair of 1940s Lounge Chairs by Eric Karlén
By Firma Rumsinteriör, Eric Karlén
Located in Stockholm, SE
Pair of rare lounge chairs by Eric Karlén with a bold, folding shape. Upholstered in Pierre Frey “Yeti” fabric which includes mohair and alpaca for a great, textured look. Leather dr...
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Lounge Chairs

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Leather, Wool, Alpaca, Mohair, Beech

  • Pair of 1940s Lounge Chairs by Eric Karlén
  • Pair of 1940s Lounge Chairs by Eric Karlén
  • Pair of 1940s Lounge Chairs by Eric Karlén
  • Pair of 1940s Lounge Chairs by Eric Karlén
H 31.5 in. W 27.56 in. D 31.5 in.
Otto Schulz 1940s Lounge Chair for Boet, Scandinavian Midcentury
By Boet, Otto Schulz 1
Located in Bridgeport, CT
Superb 1940s lounge chairs attributed to Otto Schulz designed for Boet - Schulz' own high-end retail store in Gothenburg, Sweden. The chair in wool and birch wood is very representat...
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Lounge Chairs

Materials

Wool, Birch

Otto Schulz 1940s Lounge Chair in Worn Leather for Boet, Scandinavian Midcentury
By Boet, Otto Schulz 1
Located in Bridgeport, CT
Superb 1930s-1940s baroque-style lounge chair attributed to Otto Schulz designed for Boet - Schulz' own high-end retail store in Gothenburg, Sweden. The chair in leather and birch wo...
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Lounge Chairs

Materials

Wool, Birch

Attributed to Björn Trägårdh & Uno Åhren, Lounge Chair, Light Grey Velvet, 1930
By Bjorn Tragardh, Svenskt Tenn
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A modernist chair in the style known as "Swedish Grace". This piece of design dating to the early 1930s is executed in a light grey velvet, and dark stained beech legs. Presumably ...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs

Materials

Velvet, Birch

Otto Schulz, Pair of Cocktail Chairs, 1940s
By Otto Schulz
Located in DE
Pair of cocktail chairs, designed by Otto Schulz for Boet, Sweden, 1940s. Restored and reupholstered in Mohair. Excellent condition.
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs

Materials

Mohair, Beech

  • Otto Schulz, Pair of Cocktail Chairs, 1940s
  • Otto Schulz, Pair of Cocktail Chairs, 1940s
  • Otto Schulz, Pair of Cocktail Chairs, 1940s
  • Otto Schulz, Pair of Cocktail Chairs, 1940s
H 29.53 in. W 34.65 in. D 29.53 in.
Folke Ohlsson Dux Profil Lounge Chair Set
By Folke Ohlsson, Dux of Sweden
Located in Chicago, IL
This vintage reclining lounge chair with matching ottoman was designed in the 1960s by Swedish designer Folke Ohlsson for DUX. Known as the "Profil" chair, this Classic design has co...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Armchairs

Materials

Mohair, Teak

Mid-Century Modern DUX High Back Reclining Lounge Chair & Ottoman, Sweden, 1960s
By Dux of Sweden
Located in Keego Harbor, MI
For your consideration is a magnificent, high back, reclining lounge chair and ottoman, professionally reupholstered in a deep purple velvet mohair made in Sweden by DUX, circa 1960s...
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Vintage 1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs

Materials

Mohair

Gorgeous Ebonized Birch & Mohair Lounge Chairs
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Pair of ebonized birch and mohair lounge chairs from Sweden circa late 1940's. These examples have been newly upholstered in a cerulean blue mohair and have phenomenal newly lacquere...
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Vintage 1940s Danish Lounge Chairs

Materials

Mohair, Wood

Pair of Lounge Armchairs Designed by Otto Schulz in Bespoke Mohair Velvet
By Otto Schulz
Located in London, Greater London
Pair of lounge chair designed by Otto Schulz in 1936 & manufactured from the 1940s. Newly upholstered in bespoke mohair velvet by Thurstan with deep button back details & antique bra...
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Lounge Chairs

Materials

Brass

Mid Century Swedish Lounge Chair in Mohair
Located in New York, NY
A vintage button back armchair from Sweden in tan mohair with a five point swivel base. The piece is in good vintage condition with age appropriate wear; discoloration on one corner ...
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20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Chairs

Materials

Mohair

Otto Schulz Cocktail Chairs, 1940s
By Otto Schulz
Located in DE
A pair of Otto Schulz cocktail chairs, Sweden, 1940s.
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs

Materials

Ash, Mohair

  • Otto Schulz Cocktail Chairs, 1940s
  • Otto Schulz Cocktail Chairs, 1940s
  • Otto Schulz Cocktail Chairs, 1940s
  • Otto Schulz Cocktail Chairs, 1940s
H 27.96 in. W 32.29 in. D 25.6 in.
Carl Malmsten Easy Chairs
By Carl Malmsten
Located in New York, NY
Pair of Carl Malmsten lounge chairs. Newly recovered in Robert Allen Duralee Mohair. Meticulously restored, excellent condition. Very comfortable.
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs

  • Carl Malmsten Easy Chairs
  • Carl Malmsten Easy Chairs
  • Carl Malmsten Easy Chairs
  • Carl Malmsten Easy Chairs
H 36 in. W 27 in. D 26 in.
Large Easy Chair by Bertil Soderberg
Located in Dallas, TX
Large sculptural lounge with curving arms of oak with high formed back, tapering front legs and curved back legs. Reupholstered in mohair.
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Lounge Chairs

  • Large Easy Chair by Bertil Soderberg
  • Large Easy Chair by Bertil Soderberg
  • Large Easy Chair by Bertil Soderberg
  • Large Easy Chair by Bertil Soderberg
H 41 in. W 31.2 in. D 36 in.
Rare 1938 Large Easy Chair by Bertil Söderberg
By Bertil Söderberg 1
Located in Dallas, TX
Large sculptural lounge with curving arms of mahogany stain beechwood with high formed back, tapering front legs and curved back legs. Reupholstered in mohair.Similar chair picture i...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Lounge Chairs

Pair of 1930's Swedish Lounge Chairs
Located in New York, NY
A pair of 1930's Swedish lounge chairs with sculpted lines. Origibal blue mohair upholstery.
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Club Chairs

Materials

Wood, Upholstery

  • Pair of 1930's Swedish Lounge Chairs
  • Pair of 1930's Swedish Lounge Chairs
  • Pair of 1930's Swedish Lounge Chairs
  • Pair of 1930's Swedish Lounge Chairs
H 28 at back in. W 29 in. D 30 in.
Rare Edmond Spence Strapped Lounge Chairs
By Edmond J. Spence
Located in Stamford, CT
Rare pair of lounge chairs by Swedish born designer Edmond J. Spence for "Urban-Aire" Group, circa 1950s. Walnut frames completely restored. Straps have been replaced. Newly upholst...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Armchairs

Materials

Chrome

  • Rare Edmond Spence Strapped Lounge Chairs
  • Rare Edmond Spence Strapped Lounge Chairs
  • Rare Edmond Spence Strapped Lounge Chairs
  • Rare Edmond Spence Strapped Lounge Chairs
H 29 in. W 24.5 in. D 34 in.
Armchair by Otto Schulz 1930s-1940s Upholstered in Bespoke Mohair
By Otto Schulz
Located in London, Greater London
The lounge chair designed by Otto Schulz in 1936 & manufactured from the 1940s. Newly upholstered in bespoke mohair velvet bespoke by Thurstan with deep button back details & antique...
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Armchairs

Materials

Brass

Rare Edmond Spence Strapped Lounge Chairs, 1950s
By Edmond J. Spence
Located in Stamford, CT
Rare pair of lounge chairs by Swedish born designer Edmond J. Spence for "Urban-Aire" Group, circa 1950s. Walnut frames completely restored. Updated straps. Newly upholstered in G...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Armchairs

Materials

Chrome

*SALE* Pair of Vintage Swedish Art Moderne Arm Chairs
Located in Atlanta, GA
Unique pair of comfortable open-arm lounge chair restored and reupholstered in new ecru mohair and hand-tufted with chocolate brown mohair buttons. Stylized curvaceous arms and tape...
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Armchairs

Swedish Mohair Lounge Chairs For Sale on 1stDibs

There is a range of Swedish mohair lounge chairs for sale on 1stDibs. Frequently made of fabric, wood and wool, all Swedish mohair lounge chairs available were constructed with great care. Swedish mohair lounge chairs have been made for many years, and versions that date back to the 20th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century. Scandinavian Modern and Mid-Century Modern Swedish mohair lounge chairs are consistently popular styles. Large Swedish mohair lounge chairs can prove too imposing for some spaces, so the smaller Swedish mohair lounge chairs available at 1stDibs — each spanning 24.81 inches in width — may make for a better choice. Swedish mohair lounge chairs have been a part of the life’s work for many furniture makers, but those produced by Arne Dahlén, Artifort and Dux of Sweden are consistently popular.

How Much are Swedish Mohair Lounge Chairs?

Prices for Swedish mohair lounge chairs can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, Swedish mohair lounge chairs begin at $4,200 and can go as high as $22,640, while the average can fetch as much as $8,084.

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.