pp250 Valet Chair

Hans J. Wegner, 1953


Wegner came up with the idea for the pp250  Valet Chair in 1951, following a long talk with Professor of Architecture Steen Eiler Rasmussen and designer Kay Bojesen about the problems of folding clothes in the most practical manner when it was time for bed. The back of pp250 works as a hanger for a jacket, while the seat is hinged and can be placed in an upright position so the trousers can be neatly folded. Underneath the seat a box is revealed for keys, a wallet, or any other small items. Not only is the chair modern and elegant, but it is also the perfect solution for reducing the stress of a rushed morning routine.

  • Wooden chair with storage compartment
  • Solid wood frame available in maple, pine, or cherry
  • 20.1"w 19.7"d 37.4" 17.7"sh
  • Made in Denmark by PP Møbler