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Chair by Campaign

Named after the pack-and-go furniture necessary for wartime campaigns, Campaign takes flatpack furniture to a new level. The company’s Chair is designed to go with you whenever you move—without the need for pesky instruction booklets.

Chair features “timeless design, exceptional comfort, and customizable details.” The chunky shape and tapered legs make it a style chameleon, able to blend in with modern, transitional, traditional, and even glam interiors. Choose from seven fabric colors, add a throw or a pillow, and voila—Chair becomes what you need it to be, befitting everything from gentlemen’s dens to ladies’ libraries.

Constructed of laser-cut, powder-coated steel frames and solid wooden legs, Chair is built for durability. The high resiliency foam is strong and non-toxic, as it’s not treated with flame retardant (thank you very much). Covers are also removable. Solid American hardwood legs come in two water-based finishes. And all materials are recyclable.

The best part of Chair by Campaign is that the building is intuitive, so you don’t need to worry about losing any paperwork lessons (you know the ones I mean…with the poorly written instructions or badly drawn diagrams). With Campaign, you are free “to go wherever the world takes you.”

Reasonable prices and available financing sweeten the deal. All I want now is a smaller version of Campaign’s Chair, intended for those of us with limited square footage. For more information, visit
Posted January 8th, 2018 by Alicita Rodriguez

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