Phantom Chair

Posted by on May 5, 2013 in All Products, Chairs | 1 comment

Phantom Chair

The ‘Phantom chair’ is a blend of contemporary and 1970’s design. The frame is a simple yet rugged solid steel construction that can be customised with your choice of environmentally friendly colour. The seat is 10mm thick Perspex, (100% recyclable) and once again can be customised with your image, design, company logo or you can choose from one of our designs. Perfect for residential or commercial spaces. Suitable for outdoor use.   Size  400L x 400W x 700H mm. Material  12mm solid steel frame, 10mm perspex Finish   Environmentally friendly powder coating Glue ...

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Kinder Reading Stool

Posted by on May 3, 2013 in All Products, Chairs, Custom, Stools | 2 comments

Kinder Reading Stool

A bespoke piece for a local Preschool. The design brief was for a simple reading stool for the teacher to be able to read to the Kinder kids. Using fabric with stripes to represent the lines of text on a page, when looked on from above, give the illusion of an open book. Size  400L x 400W x 700H mm. Material  Re-cycled Mountain Ash. Finish  Satin varnish (non-toxic, VOC free). Glue  Non-toxic, VOC free. Options  Also available in your choice of timber(s). Price  On...

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Rocking Chair & Footstool

Posted by on Jul 19, 2011 in Chairs | 2 comments

Rocking Chair & Footstool

Made from locally grown Victorian Ash, and solidly built, this is a chair that will last a life time. Designed to provide only a gentle rocking motion, this chair will provide hours of soothing rest. With a matching rocking foot stool that moves in unison with the chair and upholstered in the softest Bamboo fabric, you can be assured of ultimate comfort with environmentally friendly credentials.   Size  800H x 600W x 900D mm Material  Shown in Mountain ash. Finish  Satin varnish (non-toxic, VOC free). Glue  Non-toxic, VOC free. Options  Available in your choice of timber and...

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Lounge One

Posted by on Jul 19, 2011 in Chairs, Featured | 1 comment

Lounge One

Designed to provide supreme comfort and of a contemporary style that hints at the 1970′s, Lounge One combines retro styling with environmental sustainability. The environmental credentials, aesthetics and comfort provide everything you should expect, and demand, in furniture made today. All components, i.e. foam, fabric, ply, etc are Australian made. Choice of swivel base or fixed timber base and your own fabric. Foot stool optional extra.   Legs  Eco-select Victorian Mountain Ash, with VOC free varnish finish. Upholstery  Eco-wool, environmentally sustainable. Rated for general...

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St. Francis Primary School “Throne reading chair”

Posted by on Jul 19, 2011 in Chairs, Custom | 0 comments

St. Francis Primary School “Throne reading chair”

A bespoke piece for a local Catholic Primary school. The design brief was for a Library reading chair large enough to fit one adult and one child to enable the teacher to sit with and assist the child with reading in a setting that is both practical and fun. The result was a theatrical forest themed throne, made using plantation Victorian mountain ash and tri-coloured upholstery.   Size  600D x 1000W x 1500H mm. Material  Plantation Victorian Mountain Ash. Finish  Satin varnish (non-toxic, VOC free). Glue  Non-toxic, VOC free. Options  Available in your choice of timber Price  On...

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Hex Chair

Posted by on Jul 19, 2011 in Chairs | 1 comment

Hex Chair

The Hex chair is a one of a kind design, using a unique faceted aesthetic and complex 4-way mitre that gives the chair great strength and visual appeal. Hex chair is suitable for the home, office, patio, café,  reception, foyer or what ever you please. Made from Bamboo and finished with natural oils, sitting on brushed stainless steel legs, Hex chair is supremely comfortable and incredibly durable. Application  Domestic & commercial. Indoor and outdoors under patio. Material  Bamboo. Fast re-newable timber, with non-toxic binders. 100% natural, and re-useable or recyclable at end of...

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