We're all having a ball... chair. Once you put one (or more) of these in your home or office word will soon get a-round how cool you are!
This space age classic is a firm Onion favourite, designed way back in 1963 by Eero Aarnio as a place for him and his wife to sit together. To simplify the design he removed all the corners and what a result: a chair that resembles an old globe, it even spins around a full 360 degrees. The design is super comfortable and capable of being stuffed with as many cushions or small animals as you desire, the orb-like design acts as a cocoon for you to twirl around and float away among the stars in your mind. Turning the chair toward a corner or wall creates a great sound blocking effect, perfect for when the other occupants in your house (or workplace) are not as quiet as you desire! Also, if your a teenager... duh. Block out your parents yelling.
This curved creation is made almost completely out of delicately painted fiberglass, the inside is then lovingly upholstered in a weave wool fabric and finally hand stitched in an umbrella like pattern. The cushions are filled with a soft foam, the covers are removable and washable. The base contains cast iron for stability and has a ball bearing swivel mechanism to allow delicate pirouettes at will.
Relaxing really can be as fun as it a-spheres!
Our ball chair measures 49.3” H x 49.3” W x 28.7” D and needs a minimum Door clearance of: 28.5"