swivel chair

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a chair that swivels on its base

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Sir Roger's swivel chair was moved to the normal position in front of the orchestra for a performance of Beethoven's Eroica symphony in the second half of the concert.
The unique design of the Lordo swivel chair guarantees that the pelvis lies in the correct position and reduces pressure on the thighs, which might otherwise prevent blood flow, he said.
Interiors Perriand created in 1927 for her own Paris flat, which she promptly exhibited at the 1927 Salon d'Automne (her Bar Sous le Toit) and at the 1928 Salon des artistes decoraleurs (her dining room furniture) are evoked life-size, in the latter case by surviving specimens of her furniture: an early version of her rubber-topped extendable table (1927, Pompidou Collection), a set of mirror-faced sliding doors designed to mask views through the serving hatch when the kitchen was in disarray (1928, private collection) and one of her tubular chrome swivel chairs with leather-covered padded seat and back (1927, Vitra Design Museum collection).
Separated by a glass wall, two objects are displayed: on one side a bicycle leaning against a white painted pedestal, and on the other a white swivel chair set on a lower support.
A Le Corbusier chaise lounge is estimated at a mere $1,800, and an Eames swivel chair and ottoman are in the low thousands.
I went to my classroom, sat in my upholstered swivel chair with plastic arms, and considered a moral dilemma.
However, if you want to only feature grey as an accent shade, why not incorporate the Gino swivel chair into your scheme.
uk PERFECT for relaxing during the summer months, the Balinese cocoon swivel chair provides shelter from the wind and sun.
PIERS MORGAN'S LIFE STORIES ITV 9pm Strictly judge Bruno Tonioli (left) is in the swivel chair talking about his gay bullying experiences and spilling the beans on working with showbiz legends such as Elton John and the Stones.
The four-legged chair is available with chromed or satin chromed base, the pedestal and swivel chair with chromed base.
TOP: The shell swivel chair ABOVE: Cream ceramic vases LEFT: Geneve table lamps BELOW: The corner sofa with lounging units
Headless but not truncated, the model appears from panel to panel in a blue floral-print housedress from the '70s, positioned frontally on a white, padded swivel chair.
A creaky black swivel chair in her office has been specially reserved for him in hopes he'll come in for a martini or maybe for Sunday brunch to sample the Vito Corleone or the Jake LaMotta or the Travis Bickle - eggs benedict variations named after characters De Niro played in ``Godfather II'', ``Raging Bull'' and ``Taxi Driver.
1st ba, Component a and b - pupils individual tables, About 55 x 70 cm 660 pieces, - tables rectangular, Different dimensions 47 pieces, - tables round, 70/80 cm diameter 12 pieces, - computer tables with cable duct, Various dimensions 245 pieces, - roll container 17 pieces, - student chair, Cantilever chair with wooden bowl 742 pieces, - stool 256 pieces, - swivel chair 201 pieces, - cantilever upholstered 101 pieces, - office swivel chair 77 pieces, - cabinets, 40 or 60 cm deep, Various designs approx.
In her Plush Brights look for Barker and Stonehouse''s new spring brochure, accessories department buyer Sophie Westlake paired pieces in zingy shades such as the chartreuse Giles swivel chair with a largely monochromatic backdrop.