Safari Lounge Chair

A Scandinavian Lounge Chair - Luxury Redefined

Available in Core Leather Saddle; Original 1960’s Design with Modern Colours & Textures; Best Compliment for Eilersen Sofas


The Safari Chair is one of Eilersen’s most iconic pieces ever since it came into existence – a true classic design. In the early 1960s, Eilersen’s designer, Erik Wørtz, was asked to create a piece with the intention that it would be a trend-setting design. Voilà, and the rest is history!


Not only is the Safari Chair a people’s favourite, but it was just as true for the Eilersen Family. For decades it was debated within the ménage which one chair would best compliment the brand’s vast collection of sofas. Only recently was it announced the answer to that long standing question – The Safari Chair. The answer lies in the slim lines of the chair, which offers the best contrast to a large sofa.


This beautiful piece was intended to be a luxury self assembling furniture, with its colour palette inspired by nature. The Safari Chair now comes in modern colours and textures. The original design by Erik Wørtz was never changed since the chair’s inception.



From their remarkable sofas right down to their cozy chairs, Eilersen makes each piece of furniture with precise attention to details and quality. Functionality and durability is a key trademark of the brand. It is no doubt that Eilersen produces some of the highest quality Scandinavian furniture in the market.


Safety & Warranty Information

Eilersen offers a 5 year warranty on their lounge chairs. It covers manufacturing defects in the product’s frame, springs or padding. This warranty does not cover damages caused by gross negligence.


Discover More Designs

Not sure if this lounge chair is for you? Explore our full range of Lounge Chairs. Alternatively, you may browse through our Living Room Collection to add more furniture to your living space!

Available in Leather in Tan or Black leather
Frame is made of Oak in various finishes



The Safari Chair is designed by Erik Wørtz for Eilersen in the 1960’s when he was asked to design a trend-setting piece of furniture.