Relax for a spell on the Eames Chaise. The gentle slopes of the frame elevate your legs and head for a healthy and relaxing recline. With its lithe silhouette and sculptural frame and base, the Eames Chaise looks as good as it feels. Charles & Ray Eames designed it in 1955 for film director Billy Wilder, who specially requested a narrow office couch that allowed comfortable naps but would not encourage hours of sleep. Herman Miller began producing the piece in 1968.
You can have it in any of three combinations , white leather on white frame, black leather on graphite frame, or black leather on eggplant frame. Six 2.5" thick foam cushions and two additional loose cushions give added support to your neck, knees, back, or feet. The die-cast aluminum frame and base are stable and strong. A nylon coating applied electrostatically to the aluminum resists scratching. The cushions are joined by flexible zippers and secured to nylon fabric slung tightly on the frame.
Shipping: Delivered in 6–10 weeks.