These classic low-slung wood easy chairs add mid-century style to any urban living space
The iconic Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair, also known as the ‘most famous chair of the century,’ features a moulded plywood seat and back and hardwood inner ply for added durability. $779-$909, www.dwr.com.
Designed in 1952 by Hans J. Wegner, the CH28 Sawhorse Easychair combines two contrasting types of wood: the armrests, back and seat are made of American walnut and the legs are made of European oak. From $4,240, www.quasimodomodern.com.
The award-winning Diz Chair by Brazilian modernist Sergio Rodrigues is made of responsibly sourced, hand-oiled eucalyptus wood with an imbuia veneer. Available in various finishes. From $5,185, www.avenue-road.com.