Item No. 100188185

Sommer Side Chair

$455.00
Item No. 100188185

Sommer Side Chair

$455.00

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Estimated Arrival: Available to ship in: 9 weeks
  • Resin cord seat and back inspired by the look of Danish woven furniture.
  • Powder-coated aluminum frame.
  • Cushion sold separately.

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2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Sommer Side Chair
$455.00

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What does Sommer feel like? — Just as comfortable and laid-back as its namesake season, Sommer blurs the lines between indoors and out with its weatherproof weave inspired by traditional Danish corded furniture. This outdoor side chair has a flexible resin cord seat.
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Indoor-inspired outdoor modern

For the Sommer Outdoor Collection (2019), Copenhagen-based designer Chris Halstrøm wanted to give people the experience of indoor furniture in outdoor spaces. She transformed a traditional woven cord material found on Danish indoor furniture into a durable, weatherproof weave that provides flexible comfort and lends an inviting texture. Cushion sold separately. Made in Indonesia.
  • Resin cord seat and back inspired by the look of Danish woven furniture.
  • Powder-coated aluminum frame.
  • Cushion sold separately.
Brand
Design Within Reach
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
  • Powder-coated aluminum frame
  • Resin cord seat and back

Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm

For Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm, inspiration comes from observation. “If I want to design objects for real people, I have to know about them,” she explains. Born in Glostrup, Denmark, to a Swedish mother and Danish father, Halstrøm is also naturally influenced by her Nordic roots and combines this background with an interest in the spiritual austerity of Japanese design.

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