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This Cushioned Chair Threads Long Cushions Through Its Metal Frame

By: Jen Chae - Published: Jul 10, 2013 • References: cinna.fr and cinna.fr
This comfortably cushioned chair is padded a bit differently than traditionally made seats. This original design by French designer Eleanor Nalet takes long, snake-like cushions and weaves them through its metal frame -- hence its name, 'Serpentine'. This cushion-weaving technique is effective both visually and functionally. The cushions are tightly secured and do not move around like other seat covers, while the individual bubbly puffs provide extra cushioning for your back.

The Serpentine's frame is made of steel that is rust-proof, intertwining cushions that are fireproof and waterproof. This makes the Serpentine perfectly suitable for both indoor and outdoor settings. The bursting bubbled chairs would make cute and comfortable lawn chairs. They also come in two vibrant colors.