Inspired by Eames

If you are looking for something different then we have put together a special package for you! We have combined our lovely Eames style chairs with a selection of our most versatile tables to bring you a variety of Eames inspired chairs and dining sets! Making a design choice has never been so easy, we have created these sets to be adaptable to suit your personal style. The combination of the stylish chair and our fabulous gloss tables means that you can choose a set to suit your home style. One of our favourite products is the Eames style chairs! Due to their immense popularity we have created a collection in a variety of soft tones, punchy but contemporary brights as well as monochrome black and white. The Eames chairs are available in black, white, cool grey, taupe grey, taupe, teal, aqua, steel blue and mustard yellow. Take the Eames style into your living room with the inspired Karma Lounge Chair. The muted tones are contemporary and stylish, whilst the stronger yellow and teal colours will add bold colour pops to more neutral rooms. Teamed with our popular white gloss tables you can create very different looks and add cutting edge style to create a more contemporary appeal. If you are looking for something with real ‘designer’ looks then perhaps team your Eames style chairs with a Sanza or a Profile table - the choice is yours!

Eames dining sets are a great way of expressing your love of colour, design and dining! These sets combine the very best of all three areas. The Eames style chairs are iconic and as such are a timeless design classic that blend with almost any table but look especially good as we've chosen a contemporary colour palette for you. If you love style and design and are an interior lover but you are not quite brave enough to make choices, then we have done the hard work for you and you can see what the tables and chairs look like together and then imagine how they will work in your home. If colour choices scare you then probably best to stick to the more muted tones, but if you are confident with your interior design decisions then why not be daring and go for a stronger colour or perhaps mix and match a selection of colours!