Tonik By NightingaleJanuary 03, 2017
Tonik 1100 is available with a five-prong polished aluminum base and pneumatic height adjustment, while Tonik 1101 comes with four steel tubular legs. Both models offer enough comfort to serve as a task chair for working guests.
Designed decades ago by a company started in 1928, Tonik is “a classic piece that has stood the test of time,” explains Nightingale. In fact, Tonik might have come straight from the set of Mad Men.
For more information, visit www.nightingalechairs.com.
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