Eames White Ash Lounge Chair and Ottoman


SKU: 607WA Made To Order
10-14 Weeks

The epitome of mid-century modern design, the Eames lounge chair is at home in great museums—and wherever you live. Its sophisticated style and luxurious comfort only get better with age.


First introduced in 1956, the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman has become an iconic design and highly desirable for nearly 60 years, earning a space in homes and museums alike. As comfortable as it is beautiful, this timeless design will be loved for generations. The 670 provides luxury, long lasting, comfort in a reclining sitting position, and also, with easily repairable, easily replaceable parts. Comfort provided by permanent reclined positioning, pivoting, padding, contouring, and also by flexing.

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Classic size is 32.75″ x 32.75″ x 31.5″, Tall size is 34.5″ x 32.75″ x 33.5″, Ottoman is 21.5″ x 26″ x 17.25″.
Furniture, fabric, and vintage orders are considered custom orders and are non-returnable.

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White Ash Frame And White Touches On The Base. Premium Quality Leather Upholstery In Mcl Pearl Urethane Foam Padding Die-Cast Aluminum Braces And Stainless Steel Glides


5 Years

Manufactured In/By

Made to order in the USA by Herman Miller


Classic, Tall

Seat Color

Ivory MCL Leather, Pearl MCL Leather

Charles & Ray Eames


A handful of Eames furniture designs, such as the Lounge Chair and Ottoman or the Molded Fiberglass Shell Side Chair, have become ubiquitous. Some are a staple in the interior design of airports around the world. Charles and Ray Eames spent forty years creating furniture in the realm of tables, lounges, chairs, room dividers, stools, and more for public and residential spaces.

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