This is the Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair. I may be dating myself, but do you remember these from school? They are still sold in 5 different delicious colors. Check out Design with Reach, they sell many Eames pieces.
The molded plywood chair. This chair was named the best design of the 20th century by Time magazine. Charles and Ray developed a unique technique of bending plywood when they were experimenting for a furniture contest in New York. This chair was contoured to fit the shape of the human body and is much more comfortable than you would think.
Heather and I both almost threw up simultaneously when my mother nonchalantly told us that she threw my father's Eames chair away because it was ugly and the leather was ripped. AAAGGHGHH!!!!
I'm sure that all of you have seen these. Now you know that you have had the honor of sitting in an Eames classic - at the airport!
A sassy coat hook, not just for kids
A house of cards
And most recently, the elephant chair. This chair was released in a limited edition in 2007 to celebrate the 100th birthday of Charles Eames - it was designed in 1945 but was never put into production for sale. It is so adorable and really a sculptural piece, but sadly, no longer available.