These seating options are comfortable and versatile without sacrificing style. As a universal symbol for relaxation and hospitality, see what’s in store for seating:
LIV by Gunlocke
Artfully adaptable. The LIV seating collection shines with strikingly clean styles, in all its forms. From sculpted veneers and woodgrain laminates to invitingly touchable upholstery, the array of options delights your imagination.
“A chair is one of your first opportunities to show someone hospitality; in that respect, we designed the LIV chair to give a simple, soft-spoken, honest embrace, ” said Austin Arthur, industrial designer, IDA.
Spirit Collection by Indiana Furniture
The Spirit Collection provides a refined and inviting design, and capitalizes on versatility and comfort. With a variety of seat and base options, along with an expansive list of single or contrasting graded-in and contract upholsteries, finding the perfect look and fit is effortless. Spirit Lite provides seated comfort with relaxed softness and is available with a headrest, while the curve of Spirit’s seat provides a supportive hug to users. It’s also available with an outer wood shell, adding elegance to the simplicity. Spirit Lounge is available in mid- or high-back, and comes with a four-star base, in silver or wood, or a wireframe base.
“When creating Spirit, we were driving toward having a comfortable, clear design that offered versatility,” said Stephen Russell, design director, Edge Design. “We found inspiration in styles from previous decades, like the 1950s and 1960s, and blended that with details from today’s forms. The outcome is a collection of well-balanced products with a retro versus modern appeal.”
Westway Lounge Chair and Lowell Swivel Chair by Libby Langdon by Fairfield
The Westway Lounge Chair offers luxe comfort in a lounge chair but its clean lines and stylish jump from the back height down to arm height give it a tailored feel. With its well-proportioned arm width and simple metal legs, it’s sure to be a new classic.
The Lowell Swivel Chair, with its low, lean arms, is still plenty wide in the seat to feel supported and really “in it,” but its slight taper up at the top back of the frame avoids a big wing chair feel. Offered as a swivel and lounge chair, it’s the next generation of a mid-century modern shape.
“What I love most about my Westway Lounge Chair and Lowell Swivel Chair is that they are stylish pieces that elevate the design of any space they’re in, but also that they are comfortable enough to spend an entire afternoon in. There’s a reason my motto is ‘Easy, Elegant, Everyday Style,'” said Libby Langdon, the creative force behind the New York City-based design firm Libby Interiors Inc.