Bright Modern Furniture by Meg O’Halloran
Meg O’Halloran is a design studio that creates beautiful bright modern furniture with interesting shape and vibrant upholstery. The design studio can also create something of your own design and work in a collaborative mode. Their chair collection is brilliant. It consist of four different chairs available in walnut or maple and a wide range of different upholstery fabric colors. It’s not simply modern furniture in minimalist clear lines and cold colors. It’s live and bright and yet it has the modern edge to it.
Truss chair is a lounge chair with a great structure and stylish geometrical details in its base. Its architectural style and bright upholstery is a great vivid combination that is both modern and lively. Truss chair is available in yellow, magenta, teal, plum and royal blue, also available in walnut or maple finish.
Another lounge chair called King’s Chair is described by designer as a mix between Gothic style and mid-century architectural style. The chair is more reserved design-wise than the previous one and is great for both modern and traditional styles. Available in teal, orange, yellow, magenta and royal blue, walnut or maple.
Creative and unusual Loop BarStool is a great enhancement to a modern or traditional style bar. The designer describes it as a mix of Art Nouveau and mid-century styles. The flower shape makes this bar stool stand out from conventional bar stools but it is also stylish and can be used in traditional interior. The Loop BarStool comes in lime, teal, plum, orange, yellow, royal blue, and magenta. It also comes in maple and walnut.
The Cousin chair is bright and elegant featuring rounded but sleek shapes. Available in walnut or maple the chair comes in yellow, teal, royal blue and magenta.
Meg O’Halloran also makes amazing bright carpets and upholstery featuring beautiful graphics and prints.
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