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  • Vintage Minimalism - Emfurn.com The Barcelona Chair
  • Tracy Freese
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Vintage Minimalism - Emfurn.com The Barcelona Chair
I love to highlight vintage minimalism because the designs are iconic. Today, I am highlighting EMFURN's Barcelona Chair collection. EMFURN was inspired to reproduce the 1929 classic designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich because of its timeless charm. While it is hard for me not to highlight the entire site, I decided the Barcelona Chair collection was the most distinctly vintage. Well made and at a quality price point, this type of minimalist furnishing would speak to a clean, fresh decorating aesthetic. Clearly not a mediocre trend as the silhouette has been around for decades, a Barcelona Chair with matching ottoman is as pleasing to the eye as it is comfortable.
We started off with mid century modern furniture reproductions in late 2013 and gradually expanded to rugs, throw pillows, contemporary accent chairs, dining room furniture, bedroom furniture, outdoor furniture and bathroom vanities. We deliver for free across North America and provide virtually 24/7 customer service.
EMFURN offers a fantastic selection of top quality contemporary furniture, modern furniture reproductions, and lamps at affordable prices. Minimalist living enthusiasts will find a streamlined product selection on an easy-to-transact eCommerce platform. The firm is quickly becoming a one-stop-shop for contemporary furniture. Most recently EMFURN launched an entire collection of modern bathroom vanities that fit any budget. Featuring the versatile brand Fresca, EMFURN offers free shipping and assembly installation. From kitchens to bathrooms to bedrooms, customers can find minimalist furnishings for any room from the comfort of their home or mobile device. Forget about big box furniture shopping, choose timeless pieces from a vendor dedicated to customer satisfaction.
  • Tracy Freese
  • corporate minimalismfashionvintage minimalism