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Beaufurn Introduces the FB600 Series French Bistro Chair Collection

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Advance, NC (Apr. 15, 2015) – Beaufurn, the manufacturer of fashion-forward designs, announced today that it is introducing the all-weather FB600 series in their French Bistro chair collection.  These side and arm chairs are the perfect way to provide style and comfort to a casual, covered, outdoor dining environment.

 

The durable bent frames are made of smooth, strong, natural Manau cane.  The nylon weave of the seat, back and strappings are highlighted with a decorative patterned black and ivory color scheme.  Custom color combinations are available for large orders.  These lightweight chairs are also stackable for easy storage.

 

Dimensions:  side chair 21″ w x 25″ d x 36 1/2″ h, 18″ sh; arm chair 22″ w x 24 1/2″ d x 36 3/4″ h, 18″ sh, 26″ ah.

 

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Beaufurn's president Bill Bongaerts reports, “The shape and weave pattern of the FB600 series signals the latest expansion of our popular French Bistro Collection.  Designers will appreciate the suitability of these chairs for dining applications ranging from those with a European cafe aesthetic to a more tropical patio experience.”

 

About Beaufurn

Beaufurn designs and manufactures professional grade, contemporary and transitional furnishings for the hospitality, contract, and entertainment markets.  Since 1998, restaurants, hotels and commercial institutions around the world have trusted Beaufurn to create innovative environments that bring aesthetic, functional and durable value to the spaces they occupy.  Based in Advance, NC, the company's client list includes The Cheesecake Factory, MGM, Nordstrom, Carrabba's and Marriott.  To learn more, visit www.Beaufurn.com.

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