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Friday
Jul052013

Acapulco chair


Freunde von Freunden

I love chairs, and all kinds - plush, wooden, canvas, leather, plastic, whatever floats my boat. Aside from some random vintage chairs and my Green Light District leather beaut, I currently have a couple of white Pantons, a faux Tolix from Homesense, and a few Eames (yellow shell, black leather shell and a kelly green upholstered armchair on wheels). I would love to add an Acapulco chair to the mix. Whether indoors or outdoors, this classic Mexican chair works anywhere, indoors or out on the deck. I thought it was about time I did a feature on this lovely chair.  

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JAM Architecture via KNSTRCT

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a photo I took at Revolucion Del Sueno in Sayulita, Mexico

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Heidi Lerkenfeldt

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Reader Comments (4)

I love the look of these chairs. CB2 does a version that is 2-toned. The only problem is they are not very comfortable, especially if you are wearing shorts.

5 Jul 2013 | Unregistered Commenterchrista

A fantastic looking chair...but is it comfortable?

6 Jul 2013 | Unregistered Commenterthecitygourmand

Love this post and thanks for including my patio!! I love these acapulco rocking chairs. They are comfortable, and bonus- they have a built in drink holder. Genius!

9 Jul 2013 | Unregistered Commenterceline {aquahaus}

I heard that these are not so comfortable to sit in for long periods, is it true?

2 Jan 2014 | Unregistered CommenterSkycarte

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