The Acapulco chair was first produced in the 50’s and quickly became popular in Mexico. Legend has it a French tourist was visiting Acapulco and found the solid chairs on the beach too hot to sit in. Inspired by the traditional Mayan hammocks in the area, he designed a chair that reflected the tropical, laid-back style. Comfy, colorful, and architecturally striking . . . don’t you want to incorporate a bit of Acapulco into your casa?
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