Fine Lines: Hospitality Trend

Fine Lines: Hospitality Trend

Light and elegant, these chairs made with fine black wire frames take on the appearance of 3D line drawings.

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Low in weight but high in durability, the Montoya chair by Ingrid Backman for Mitab is inspired by sports cars and racing chairs. The frame is made in polished or powder coated chrome and the seat and back are available in upholstery, beech, birch, oak or stained wood.

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The armrest, back and two of the legs of the striking ‘Melt’ chair design by Nendo for Singaporean design brand K% are made from one sinuous metal pipe.


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Ukraine-based Umbra Design Studio‘s new Outline chair cuts an elegant silhouette which looks like a closed line.

Fine Lines_HospitalityTrend_Outline chair by Milton & Mees

The solid wood seat of Milton & Mees‘ Outline chair for Makers sits upon an powder coated black frame that is manufactured in two parts from bent 10mm mild steel.

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As a guest chair, the Zooey Chu by Haworth is comfortable and stylish. Its flexible, polypropylene seat and back are contoured for comfort. Models are available with polypropylene arm caps, wire arms, or armless, with smooth and bumpy powder coat frame finishes.

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