"Emily is our Emma easy chair's little sister," said the designers. "The family likeness can be seen in the needlework - they are both upholstered but differently patterned."
The chair back curves around the seat to form the arms. Padding is quilted into sections, creating a simple pattern on both sides of the back support. It comes upholstered in fabric or leather and solid ash legs poke out from short sleeves of material below the seat.
Gärsnäs exhibited the design at last week's Stockholm Furniture Fair, where Färg & Blanche also debuted a furniture collection created by sewing pieces of plywood together.
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