You know the Wishbone chair even if you don’t know its name. Designed by Danish cabinetmaker Hans Wegner in the ‘40s, its Y or wishbone shaped backplate is a classic example of Scandi modernism. Like its like-minded midcentury chair friends—the Tulip, the Breuer, the Eames, and the Corbusier (called the Corby by those in the know)—the wishbone has an instantly identifiable presence. There’s a reason all those modern beauties look as fresh as ever. They’re evergreen designs—simple, streamlined, sculptural. Oh, and comfortable. Our curated collection features an assortment of iconic styles to circle a dining table or stand out in a living room.
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