After falling in love with the lucite side table in Amanda Nisbet’s beach house, I started to see lucite everywhere. Lucite chairs, tables, lamps, hardware, etc. Lucite furniture not only gives a modern appeal to a room, but it also doesn’t take up too much visual space. Phillipe Stark is famous for his Louis Ghost Chairs that he designed in 2002 for Kartell. What I love about these chairs is the modern interpretation of an otherwise classic historical Louis XV armchair. It is a perfect example of the juxtaposition of old and new/traditional and modern. Now that you know about lucite I promise you will start seeing it pop up everywhere.
Kartell's Louis Ghost Chairs. They come in a number of different opaque colors.
These amazing lucite barstools simply disappear under the bar. The bronze seat cushions add another modern element.
The lucite chairs with yellow cushions provide a strong visual contrast to the dark wood table.
Another beach house by Amanda Nesbit with an unexpected Lucite flair.
Lucite can also help you maintain a neutral palette. I love the lucite pedestal on the right!
This console table would be great for an entryway or bar area.
You can find reasonably priced lucite furniture and accessories at http://www.cb2.com, http://www.1stdibs.com, and http://www.hivemodern.com.
You can get these lucite organizers at CB2.
A lucite vanity from the 1970's.....so chic! Talisman London at 1stdibs.com.