The U.S. furniture market, including high end replica furniture like ghost dining chairs, Eames loungers, and tolix stools, reports a revenue of approximately $63 billion. Though sales of home furnishings slowed after the housing market crash of 2008 and the subsequent Great Recession, furniture sales rebounded in 2012, and have only continued to grow.
Eames chairs were quite popular during the mid 20th century. At the moment, they are well loved by furniture enthusiasts and hipsters alike. These designer chairs are part of the New York Museum of Modern Art permanent collection, and for good reason. Besides being a purely functional object, replica furniture is just as much an art form as sculpture or painting.