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These Haworth improv stack chairs are on casters with a black plastic frame. The fabric back is a striped fabric with a vinyl seat cushion.
These versatile chairs will bring color and cheer to your space with a simple white plastic back and bright patterned seat cushion.
These Steelcase Move Side Chairs are stackable and have a orange pattern fabric seat upholstered in Appleseed Harvest Fabric. The frame is Platinum.
These Steelcase Move Side Chairs are stackable and have a orange vinyl seat. The frame is Platinum.
These Vecta stack chairs have a red fabric seat and back with a graphite and black frame. These chairs are on casters making it easy to store them away when not in use.
Manufactured by Davis these side chairs have a melon fabric seat and back with a white speck and a chrome frame. They stack for easy storage.
Charles and Ray Eames adapted the molding techniques developed during World War II to create this molded plastic frame in the 1950's. Herman Miller reintroduced them in 2001 made of 100% recyclable polypropylene the simple classic form offers a chair for any setting. The plastic shell is black with a charcoal fabric seat and black dowel-legs.
These Steelcase i2i chairs are designed for collaboration. With that in mind, these chairs have flexing fingers in the back to give appropriate support according to the users body position. The dual swivel mechanism allows you to shift postures quickly and easily. The swivel base promotes comfortable movement and supports you in a variety of postures. The writing table is white laminate. This chair is Silver certified as a Cradle to Cradle product, it also has the Indoor Advantage certification from Scientific Certification Systems as being a low emitting product.
Created as part of the Bernhardt Code Collection these chairs were made to help you focus and add privacy in a busy open office space. The lounge seat has a patterned grey fabric seat and pillow with blue fabric walls. The width of the chair is 42", the depth is 31" and the height is 52 3/4".
Charles and Ray Eames adapted the molding techniques developed during World War II to create this molded plastic frame in the 1950's. Herman Miller reintroduced them in 2001 made of 100% recyclable polypropylene the simple classic form offers a chair for any setting. The plastic shell is black with a grey fabric seat and black dowel-legs.
These metal stools have a dark wood seat. Simple and easy to clean.
In 1948 Charles Eames entered this iconic chair in the Museum of Modern Art's International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture Design. It took second place and has continued to be refined into the versatile chair it is today. Created to be lightweight, this one piece chair fits some many settings. With a Red molded seat and chrome legs these chairs are super easy to clean.
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