30 Ways The Barcelona Chair can Change Your Home

Thinking about buying the Barcelona Chair but not sure how it'll look inside your home? The Barcelona chair by Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe is the original mid century modern furniture classic. Designed in 1929 for the German pavillion in Barcelona, Spain, this beautiful and timeless beauty can completely revamp your decor with its eternal design. If you're still on the fence about getting one for your home, perhaps the images below will inspire you. Enjoy!




Isabella’s Bright Boston Condo


Low niche fireplace with slate hearth and built in shelves

Two white-leather Barcelona chairs from Knoll frame the seating suite, while the George Nelson pendant and Bulthaup’s cylindrical stove hood create an asymmetric harmony within the room. The light concrete floor, the darker rug from Ligne Roset, and then the lighter chairs creates a rhythmic contrast.

Did you know that the very first Barcelona Chairs were upholstered in white glace?

If I had a loft with a slanted ceiling and framed wall art and a map divider... [NEORETRO]