A favorite of the Forsyth design team! We collected this beauty for its icon status.
“Eero Saarinen designed the groundbreaking Womb Chair at Florence Knoll's request for ‘a chair that was like a basket full of pillows - something she could really curl up in.’ This mid-century classic supports countless positions and offers a comforting oasis of calm hence the name.” —Knoll.
Our master upholsters went down to the bones of the chair, removing all old foam and replacing with new foam. You should see the video we took of the restoration process on this one. Ask us for details. Luxurious down feathers generously fill the back and seat cushions. Our designers chose one of our newest New Zealand sheepskin colors, Smoke - a nice, neutral grey with infinite interior possibilities.
Trust us, it's the most comfortable chair to come out of our studio. We even included one of our famous ball pillows with the chair in the same taupey gray sheepskin.
Reach out to us if you are interested in other sheepskin colors, chrome legs, or if you'd like to add an ottoman.
Custom made to order. Please allow 10 to 12 weeks for restoration and upholstery of a vintage Womb Chair in New Zealand Sheepskin.
Knoll Associates, USA
Mid 20th Century
39 W x 39 D x 36 H x 17.5 SH in
New Zealand Sheepskin
Excellent. Restored in Saint Louis.
Shipping & Delivery
$850 in the U.S.
This cost is for white glove shipping in the United States. Arrives in 3 to 6 weeks. Cost includes full insurance, item collection and packaging, shipping and handling, and delivery by appointment. You don’t need to lift a finger. Just point to the spot in your home where this beauty will live and our trusted white glove partners will do the heavy lifting.
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