Frank Lloyd Wright : Iconic Furniture By Copeland

Frank Lloyd Wright is without a doubt an icon in the field of American Architecture and furniture design. His creations are recognizable at first glance, and were often specifically created to go into the buildings or homes he designed. Many of these furniture designs even bear the name of the client the piece was commissioned for. Copeland Furniture has worked with the Wright foundation and has the rights to reproduce many of his designs to the exacting standards Wright intended a hundred years ago. Here are a few of the offerings from the Copeland collection made in Vermont. Pricing and retail locator available at copelandfurniture.com
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Taliesin Barrel Chair
Prominent in Wright’s own residence “Taliesin” in Spring Green, Wisconsin, this signature chair is comfortable, compact, and perfect as a stand alone or as a dining room chair. 23 5/8″ x 23 1/8″ x 33″ H


BOYNTON HALL TABLE FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT FURNITURE
Boynton Hall Table
This hall table presents the strong horizontal and vertical lines of Wright’s Prairie designs and was originally used as a dining side piece in the E.E. Boynton House in Rochester, New York. The same design was executed for the Avery Coonley House in Riverside, Illinois. 53″ x 20″ x 29″ H
FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT COPELAND FURNITURE DANA-THOMAS RECLINER
Dana-Thomas Recliner
Wright designed this recliner in 1902 for the grand home of Susan Lawrence Dana in Springfield, Illinois. This nostalgic chair is perfect the spaces you use for entertaining, intimate conversation, or quiet contemplation. Wright designed variations of this recliner for many of his Prairie Era homes. 33″ x 35 1/2″ x 42″H