The chairs are objects of our everyday lives in such a public way leading architects, sculptors, painters and designers to explore and reinvent the subject again and again, without ever repeating. Chairs become more than more decorative elements, are a home decorating idea  with a new approach, personality,by an object of reasonable size and easy mobility and transport.
And if you do not know how to decorate a home do not worry because today everything is allowed and all the chairs are as valid is the mixture of different models to surround one table, becoming more creative decor of your dining room or living room.
Here are a first serie of some iconic styles of chairs that have marked the history, all by its bold design for the time and timeliness, but also because some have managed to overcome practical issues of the day, which could pass the economic or cultural.
Here are some suggestions and a brief description.

The Butterfly Stool by Sori Yanagi is an elegant piece of Japanese modernist furniture design that will compliment any refined interior. Although the Yanagi Butterfly Stool was first created in 1954, it demonstrates timeless style and grace, a hallmark of the constrained Japanese design style we have come to love.

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The architect Frank O. Gehry is known for his use of unusual materials.The sculptural form of the Wiggle Side Chair makes it stand out. Although surprisingly simple in appearance, it is constructed with the consummate skill of an architect, making it not only very comfortable but also durable and robust.

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The Wassily Chair, also known as the Model B3 chair, was designed by Marcel Breuer in 1925-1926 while he was the head of the cabinet-making workshop at the Bauhaus, in Dessau, Germany. Despite popular belief, the chair was not designed for the non-objective painter Wassily Kandinsky, who was concurrently on the Bauhaus faculty.

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The Hill House Chair was designed for Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1902-1903 . The original still resides in the bedroom of the Hill House in Helensburgh.

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I hope I have piqued the interest and start listening to hear the shuffling of chairs al-home with new ideas to decorate your home.