let it snow – the perfect white armchair

Selency white armchairs selection

White armchairs selection on the Selency website - leonieragot.com

That’s the kind of flakes I wanna see falls this winter… white armchairs, freshly selected from the Selency online flea market. Since a few days it has been so foggy in Paris, so much that from my 9th floor apartment all I could see was white. When I went through my list of favorites on Selency, one thing seemed obvious to me : I’m currently dreaming about a white armchair.

Pair of armchairs Lady by Marco Zanuso

I really love the vibe that those armchairs release, classy and funky at a time. I would spend hours reading on those beauties.

Little Tulip chair by Pierre Paulin

The Little Tulip would make a perfect office chair in my opinion. Comfortable – but not as much as a big armchair – just enough to feel really good but not too much to feel lazy, and continue to work and stay focused. Yeah, quite a long sentence, but you get it, right?

Jarpen armchair by Niels Gammelgaard

A gorgeous low chair coming straight from the 80s.

Lounge chair by Charles & Ray Eames

The classic! To tell you how much I love this chair, when I used to play to the Sims, that was the first furniture I placed in EVERY interior. Always.

F598 Groovy armchair by Pierre Paulin

Everything is said with the piece name!

Big Tulip armchair by Pierre Paulin

I’m literally crazy about this one, especially of those curves.

Rio chairs

Really love those cute little metal chairs, I’m actually searching similars for my apartment, to mix with my Tulip table.

Pair of armchairs Soriana by Afra and Tobia Scarpa

Those two looks too cool together, impossible to separate them!

ABCD armchair by Pierre Paulin

It looks soooooo comfortable, the perfect place for a nap.

Armchair by Charles and Ray Eames

Simplicity, perfection, that’s it. There isn’t a lot more to say with Eames creations.

No need to be called Sherlock to notice that Pierre Paulin is one of my favorite designer… If you’re into those sixties vibes too, you should read my article about the Pierre Paulin exhibition at the Centre Pompidou museum. Sure you’ll like it.