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Exciting new furniture - Restaurant chairs and bar stools!

30th Oct 2013
Tracey Sanders

 We have been very busy lately installing some beautiful furniture in some stunning venues in the midland's region.  We get as excited as the owner once the furniture is in as combined with the interior decoration, a stunning scene is set for customers as they enter to enjoy their delicious food and drink.  Adding more products to our portfolio is also very important and today we are going to show 3 stunning pieces of furniture.  2 restaurant chairs and 1 stool.


Valenza Restaurant Chair



The Velenza chair is like no other with its beautiful distinct pattern.  It's a chair which is far from boring with its eye catching design across the back and seat (or plain if you prefer).  The back hight is 1025mm and is 460mm wide.  Surrounded in a wooden frame, its very rigid and will last you a long time inside your restaurant.  We absolutely love this chair but if you prefer, it is available in other plain colours if this is what you require.


Furnhill Restaurant Chair



As they say, sometimes less is more and this fits well with the Furnhill restaurant chair.  It's fully upholstered in either a cream or mocha faux leather with beach legs finished in dark walnut.  The back height is 840mm and width is 475mm.  This chair is ideal for any fine dining environment or a restaurant which enjoys a minimalist look.


Taunton High Stool



Similar but not the same, the Taunton High stool may look like its from the Furnhill furniture range but it is different.  The high stool is aimed for bars or tables and is ideal for venues which have a lot of passing customers, stopping for a quick drink or a bite to eat.  It measures 785mm high and is 350mm wide.  


Stay tuned, we are always adding new products to our portfolio, but in case you miss them, visit our Facebook page where we are always updating with company news or speak to our dedicated team who can help you find exactly what you need.


Author: Tracey Sanders


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