There are some Ikea furniture pieces that are like rockstars, that we all know and that have won the favor of fans all over the world. You know, being that Ikea has 460 stores in more than 62 markets, hundreds of thousands of customers love some of their most iconic pieces such as the BILLY bookcase, the POÄNG chair, the MALM bed or the multipurpose KALLAX.
But, there’s one particular chair you might be missing and that you’ll fall in love with as soon as you get to know it. Haven’t you seen the Ikea FRÖSET? Well, it’s a classic yet futuristic design (even for the time it was launched) and that have turned into a timeless piece, and have influenced some other pieces around the world.
The FRÖSET Chair From IKEA: Underrated and Yet an All-Time Favorite Among Designers
If you’re a lover of all things creative and innovative, you’ll find this chair. It looks like it was just invented last year, but it was first created by designers Sarah Fager and Henrik Preutz some time ago. The FRÖSET chair exudes the beauty of exceptional design, even when it ventures into the territory of the bizarre or unconventional.
Amidst the sea of designer dupes and knockoffs (yeah, there’s a lot of those out there) there are shining examples of originality and craftsmanship. The FRÖSET chair emerges as a creed to the enduring principles of Scandinavian design. This chair is about simplicity, functionality, and beauty.
Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the FRÖSET chair seamlessly integrates into a variety of settings, from the sleek confines of a modern apartment to the cozy comfort of a living room or the professional ambiance of an office space.
It may look like a simple chair made with curved plywood, but it is much more than that. Its two oval-shaped surfaces make it pleasing to the eye, and its four legs are also designed to avoid pointed and square edges.
The FRÖSET Chair Comes in Three Colors, to Blend in With All Environments
You will find the FRÖSET chair in three different colors, well, actually two colors and the most natural version. The first one is the black stained oak veneer, in which you’ll be able to see the veins of the wood, the natural fluidity of the fibers, but also use the black color in which it is dyed to combine with your decor trend. The second version is the same staining technique, but in this vibrant, bright red.
The classic version is the natural white oak veneer: They call it “white stained” but it’s not white at all: just good old natural wood. Any of the three is on sale for $124.99, and has a rating of 4.5-star out of 5 on the Ikea website, in more than 40 reviews from customers who have loved this piece.
This chair has become one of the most used designs by designers all over the world who want to make projects that look elegant but within small budgets.