Un-boxing has elicited a ripple of oohs and ahhs as we fall more in love with each chair that we reveal. As we get ready to showcase our new designs fresh from Milano on our #takeaseat tour, we'd like to share with you the second batch of samples coming through our doors.
From trendy cane and metal frames to fixed side tables and spokes, we're inspired by the range of styles and designs that make up our favorites from the most popular design festival in Europe. We hope you will be too.
The thin metal frame on the Halle lounge chair gives it a weightless appearance with a comfortable and contemporary style. In a trendy blue metal, the Halle metal lounge chair not only introduces itself to the collection but also a range of new frame finishes, creating a modern look. Upholstered in luxurious Clarke and Clarke fabric Amazon Jungle by textile artist Emma J Shipley.
With a sleek metal frame, the Robyn weave is a pared back and modern chair for exterior use. Seat and backrest are created from a woven nautical rope that creates a springy comfort and adds texture to the design.
Glenda effortlessly balances this year's circular seating trend with comfort and functionality. The optional and removeable back cushion enhances the versatility of Glenda's shaker style design, formed for comfort without compromising style.
The Scuelle lounge chair with wide seat and handy fixed side table is a playful new design ideal for injecting a bit of fun into functional contemporary hotel lobbies and airport lounges where individual space is a key priority.
The original Hans Original has been given a metallic update in keeping with current furniture trends. Blending seamlessly with its upholstered seat pad and solid wood backrest, the Hans original metal is available in a silver chromed finish with beech backrest or chic brass finish with an oak backrest.
Nordy but nice, the Bette 2 soft armchair exudes simplistic Nordic style with its gentle wooden frame and spindle back design. The signature element of the Bette collection, acutely angled back legs add a quirky element to this classic seating option.
Is Cremant the new Prosecco? We certainly think the Cremant side chair is the answer to fine dining. With a sophisticated design incorporating conical legs and a smooth visible wooden frame, the Cremant has the addition of button-less tufting on the upholstery creating a trendy gathered look at the backrest.
This lounge chair will take you to stratospheric levels of comfort with its wide open design and circular shape. The backrest looks almost as comfy as the seat as it wraps around in a tub chair style to create a cosy interior. Set upon four sturdy wooden legs, Cosmo makes a perfect addition to boutique hotel lounges.
Cane has made a solid comeback over the furniture fairs this year and is represented with grace in the cost effective Moby chair. Made from natural rattan, cane is a trend straight from the 70's that is capturing the imagination of furniture designers who are using it in unique and contemporary ways.
The sweeping J shaped frame of the Victoria chair is made from solid beech wood proving simplicity of materials and design needn't be mundane. With the upholstery of your choice and frame available in a range of stains, the Victoria chair can make any interior design your own be it in cafés or hotel dining rooms.
Making use of classic forms, the Nannini armchair is made from solid wood with a plush upholstered seat and backrest. Another staple chair made for fine dining, the Nannini's angled legs give this armchair a slightly quirky appeal.
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