The Rod and Weave Chair from Anthropologie is Artisan-Made

By: Jana Pijak - Published: May 21, 2014 • References: anthropologie & anthropologie
The Rod and Weave Chair was designed by Eric Trine for home and fashion retailer Anthropologie. The indoor seater comes available in two metal frame designs, a light pink and mint finish.

Made from iron and leather materials, the chair measures 27" in height, 25" in width and 27" in depth. Its leather-layered seat stands at a height of 14" and is made using a linear weaving technique.

California artist Eric Trine renders his chair creation with woven leather strips that are layered atop one another to create a grid. The weave chair's camel-hued leather is the perfect color accent for pastel frames that complement its richness. Fusing aesthetics with practicality, the user-friendly chair will brighten up modern interiors and add a touch of personality to eclectic spaces. Stats for Grid-Layered Leather Seating Trending: Older & Mild
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