I've searched high, low, far, and wide, but can't dig up any info on how to construct a home-made Bertoia Diamond Chair cover or find a cheap replacement. Surely some enterprising individual has taken it upon themselves to recover these Knoll lovelies. I mean, it looks fairly simple, doesn't it?
"Intellectual property... blah blah... Harry Bertoia rolling over in his grave... blah blah... Supporting good designers... blah blah..."
Yes, I know. I know.
source: Zeitlos Berlin
I'm a bad person. There, I admit it. The simple truth is that I'm a cheap S.O.B., and I'll be damned if I'm going to fork over $600 to cover a chair that cost 1/6th of that.
So, anybody out there got the deets?
If not, I might be taking a crash course in upholstery. If it goes through, I promise to share the results, however terrifying they may be.