Check out the versatility of the Slim Collection

Furniture Fusion introduced the ‘Slim Collection’ earlier in the year at the Milan Furniture Fair and it is the epitome of versatility. 

On first site of the collection, you would be forgiven for thinking that it was just another set of café furniture.

The perforated steel design does lend itself to that environment perfectly ,but as you can see…slim03 web

The Slim collection is available in a variety of finishes and types, making it truly a versatile design that can fit into any dining or bar space.

Different variations include;

Perforated Steel

Available in a wide variety of finishes this model is available as an indoor and outdoor version.

Leather Hide

A vast range of quality thick hide is available to provide a little more opulence to the Slim collection. There are also extra finishes for the metal frames, giving the collection a whole new look and applications.slim02 webUpholstery

There is also upholstered versions of the design, once again available in wide range of finishes, colours and fabric types. coupled with the comprehensive line of metal finishes, this last offering shows the complete versatility of the Slim collection.slim01 webExtra Features

The collection is available in side chair and bar stool combinations. The bar stools are available in 650mm and 750mm heights.

This collection doesn’t simply rest on it’s laurels by looking the part, it also has a good deal of practicality. As well as the durable finishes and coverings, both the side chair and bar stool options can be stacked, making storage a lot easier. The quality sleigh base rests on purposeful glides to protect any flooring.

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