Beaufurn debuts new seating options at BDNY 2014
November 7, 2014,
The new Kali chair by Beaufurn features a flexible, perforated seat back of molded technopolymer in a variety of colorways.
The new frame offerings include the contemporary and classic styles of Kali and Sophie. Sophisticated but built to work, they are on the cutting edge of next season’s seating chic.
Sophie -- Curvy and sophisticated, the Sophie side chairepitomizes dining comfort. The elegantly curved Greek klismos back and generous seat, both plushly upholstered, redefine this historical chair, available in any one of Beaufurn’s graded fabrics or COM. Splayed wood legs come in eight color options from light cherry to rich mahogany. At home in any upscale application and measuring 33 inches high and 24.25 inches wide, this seating option is perfect for hotels, restaurants and country clubs.
French Bistro -- Inspired by European cafes, the French Bistro chair is a perennial favorite and Beaufurn’s signature seating piece for good reason. Debuting two new weave patterns at BDNY, French Bistro offers a new twist on a classic design and adds instant elegance to banquet spaces, outdoor patios, bistros and lounges. These beautiful indoor-outdoor chairs offer a timeless design, and are expertly hand-crafted in Italy with a Malacca cane frame and durable polyamide seat and back.
In addition to nine existing weave patterns ranging from Petits Points to Chevron, Beaufurn introduces two new weaves.
+ Hachure – a crosshatched, diamond pattern with a diagonal weave using three colorways
+ Accord – a modified chevron design with horizontally oriented arrows
All are available in 17 colorways that can be combined for infinite creativity in color variance. Weaves are available in either polyamide material or Rilsan, a renewable source made from castor oil beans.
See Beaufurn’s new seating selections at BDNY Nov. 9-10 at Jacob K. Javits Center, Booth 1060. To learn more, visit www.Beaufurn.com.
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