The humble folding chair has been elevated to new heights in these modern designs, making for a truly moveable feast.
The frame to this 1932 design is offered in oil-treated beech, shown, or mahogany. Brass hardware and leather armrests add a luxe appeal.
With a sturdy teak frame and all-weather mesh fabric lining the side panels and seat, this one is great for outdoors. The fabric comes in two colors: gray, shown, and sand.
Fashioned in ebony-stained maple with rich chocolate leather, this chair a throne-like quality, making for a commanding addition to a home office or library.
This 1980s design takes its X form and name from a Roman folding chair, which has been re-imagined in black-stained beech with a leather backrest. A natural beech version is also offered.
Metal and wood make for a striking combination on this handsome and tailored chair. It folds to a slim 2" for convenient storage.
$408 for a set of two;
Made of fiberglass-reinforced polypropylene, this streamlined seat is lightweight and comes in six hues, including green. It's also suitable for outdoor use.
This iron chair, with its trellis pattern and dark rust-color finish, has a vintage look that feels fresh and sophisticated.
Made of laser-cut aluminum, this petite chair cleverly folds along the middle to a superthin 1". Seven lacquer finishes are available, including red.
This traditional French park chair, which dates from the late 19th century, is a perennial favorite. The seat is made of durable powder-coated steel and comes in 23 colors, including lemon.
The torqued frame of this generously scaled chair has a ribbon effect, and the seat and armrests, available in a range of materials, have nicely stitched detailing.