While some trends from decades past are best forgotten, such as dark wood wall paneling, others deserve a place in our hearts and even homes. Relive the mod 1960s with this chic Panton Chair. The chair was the first single-material, single-form chair ever to be made, designed by Verner Panton in 1968. The stackable chairs are constructed from durable but not rigid polypropylene and are available in both a red-orange and white, if the former is too bright for your purposes. With its very contemporary lines, these would not look out of place in an upscale bistro, but would look equally appealing in a kitchen or office. Price: $225.