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2. Eames DAW and DSW chairsFans of midcentury modern style will be well versed in the iconic chairs designed by husband-and-wife team Charles and Ray Eames.The Eames DAW armchair (seen here at the head of the table) is one such classic style, originally made in the 1950s from a single shell of fibreglass-reinforced plastic with a maple base. Today the chair is made of moulded polypropylene (plastic) but remains as comfortable. Take your pick from a kaleidoscope of bold hues and neutral shades to suit every dining table.The side chairs without armrests along the length of the table are Eames DSW chairs.