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This includes all of our indoor upholstered & Wood furniture such as sofas, lounge chairs, sectionals, benches, ottomans, daybeds & chaises, desks, wall units, tables, credenzas and bookcases.
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With its smiling seat and 3 legged tripod design, Avant-Garde describes this high-quality reproduction of the original 1963 Hans Wegner design. Tripod’s arching curves and exaggerated seat lines earned the chair nicknames such as wing and smile chair.
Kardiel’s reproduction of the iconic midcentury modern 1963 design is made in true form to the original. It is no accident that this reproduction has the most quality features, all designed to ensure long-lasting service and great design. The plywood is molded to the exact curvature and dimension creating soft contours that invite you to relax and stretch your legs out.
The exact back and seat tilt angle puts the sitter in the unique position originally intended. This high-quality reproduction features all of the quality construction points and has a good posture of civility and solid form at a fraction of the original cost.
Velvet in general is a soft pile fabric that has been woven since the beginning of the middle ages. It is soft to the touch with a distinctive nap. It is woven on a loom unique to velvet fabrics. Often used on modern furniture where a clean appearance is desired, Micro-velvet is a form of a standard velvet fabric. The micro-velvet variety is considered a lower maintenance fabric. It features a low nap which reduces the light and dark variation of a traditional crushed velvet. The fabric is durable, forms well with curve & tufting work. It features a warm appearance and a soft to the touch surface. Velvet as a term refers to the fabric style not the fabric content. Velvets are made from a variety of fabric types.
The American Walnut species is widely admired for its exceptional color tone and graining. While there are many stains which attempt to miimick the "walnut color" the actual American Walnut species achieves its brown tone without the use of stains. The natural wood presents lighter and darker tones within the various grains, something not achievable with a topical stain. American Walnut in its natural state is a premium choice for wood species and used often in modernist upscale furniture pieces. American Walnut is capable of coordinating well with other wood species both light and dark.