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Stylish roller chair for a desk (and wood floors)

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Something to replace a typical generic OfficeMax style black office chair, and can double as furniture and fit into a modern living room. Anyone have examples of stylish rolling chairs that aren't $16,000? (and therefore only bought used by SF members)

For example, these do not look like generic $60 OfficeDepot "executive" chairs.

http://www.bizchair.com/eei-131-ter-eei.html?utm_campaign=NexTag&utm_medium=Comparison&utm_source=nextag.com&utm_term=Ribbed%20Terra%20Cotta%20Office%20Chair%20[EEI-131-TER-FS-EEI]

http://www.frontgate.com/x/18078?SourceCode=ZZ50867&cm_mmc=Comparison%20Shopping-_-Nextag-_-NA-_-NA&mr:referralID=6a98a2ca-d0ee-11e0-9e9c-001b2166c62d

http://compare.ebay.com/like/260832118080?ltyp=AllFixedPriceItemTypes&var=sbar

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Modern-White-Lider-High-Back-Office-Chair-Conference-/290603215181#ht_1804wt_1163
Edited by Reevolving - 8/27/11 at 2:01pm
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I'm actually in the same boat, looking for a similar (though strictly office) chair now. Herman Miller makes some pretty unique stuff, I'm looking at an Aeron for the office but I've always liked the Eames Lounge set as something that stands out.

When I went to test the Aeron, the lady also pointed me to the Knoll Generation chair also, it's got a back that is supposed to twist and bend with you.
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Yea, I'm not looking to spend that kind of money. I am thinking $200 or less.
Also, I don't want an Aeron cubicle vibe, but more a modern, art deco, funky vibe.
Maybe something like this:
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