Of course there are no rights or wrongs when it comes to design—but we'd all do well to remember there is Frank Lloyd Wright.
Frank Lloyd Wright furniture may take second-string to his architecture, but as Wright viewed it, his furniture was merely an extension of his interiors. Indeed, many Frank Lloyd Wright pieces were designed for his famed residences—Fallingwater and his Chicago “Prairie Houses” among them. Influenced by Japanese Art, Wright believed that furniture was key to creating harmony indoors—both visually and spiritually. Case in point, his Gustav Stickley-inspired Cassina Robie chair. Featuring a splendidly tall, slotted back, its intent was to surround a family’s dining table and shelter them from the outside in.