Bunny Lounge

Chairs by Bend Goods, in Private ResidenceLos Angeles, CA


Chairs by Bend Goods seen at Private Residence, Los Angeles - Bunny Lounge
Chairs by Bend Goods seen at Private Residence, Los Angeles - Bunny LoungeChairs by Bend Goods seen at Private Residence, Los Angeles - Bunny Lounge

Bunny Lounge

atPrivate ResidenceLos Angeles, CA
Perfect little corner on Erika Carlock’s patio with the Bunny Lounge. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The Bunny Lounge is sexy yet sophisticated and has more curves then a windy mountain road. This design is refined wire furniture at it’s finest with a specially designed curved seat and tight knit welds that provide comfort and support for all who take a seat. SEAT PAD OPTIONS AVAILABLE - Sunbrella Seat Pad

384 to 607 USD

Custom Color: Please ask for Pricing

Meet the Creator

"Bend Goods is a Los Angeles based design and manufacturing company. We design functional products for the home and public spaces. We make furniture, lighting and other goods, with a commitment to being innovative and playful. Founded in 2010 by Gaurav Nanda, a sculptor and designer from Michigan, Bend is based on Nanda’s passion for making functional yet sculptural objects. The Michigan born entrepreneur spent many childhood summers vacationing with his family in the Palm Springs California sunshine. He credits these trips for immersing him in Mid-Century Modern architecture, design and lifestyle. Those things would later influence his decision to leave his corporate job at GM, where he was a vehicle interior model sculptor and put his stamp on the era of design that had inspired him for so long.

The quality of our products is in the details: the inviting shapes, the sparks of color, the ease of assembly and the packaging. Each element embodies Bend's drive for making iconic and sustainable products."

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