Handcrafted by an artisan in the Midwest, this modern version of the hanging basket chair is both practical and art worthy. Winner of a prestigious Japanese design award, this hanging chair can be hung inside or outside. Why not find a beam in your living room and hang a basket chair or two? Or hang it in a baby’s nursery. I find this hanging basket chair is more modern and design oriented than the giant overstuffed recliners or country themed gliders on the market you often see in baby’s room.
Regardless of where you hang it, the light, graceful design creates a sense of minimalism, space and height in your room, as opposed to a heavy anchored-to-the-floor-chair. The hanging chair suspends with mountain climbing quality roping and hardware, a solid hand bent maple or ash frame and your choice of canvas fabric, the ever durable Chilewich Plynyl material (outdoor proof, looks great with many outdoor furniture styles) or heavy duty leather. The seat recline is adjustable by simply adjusting the knot above. You can unclip the hanging chair from the suspension for easy vacuuming underneath or moving the chair around. Try hanging hardware in several locations and move the lightweight basket chair around, depending on your mood.
The swinging motion is relaxing and somewhat reminds you of being a kid again. You will often find me at Fusion Home seated and swinging in my basket chair while working on my laptop or getting my daughter to doze off. I call my hanging basket chair relaxation on a rope!
05.06.09 / interior design / Author: Ms. Fusion / Comments: (2)
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