Instantly recognizable: Wyandotte chair and Lineground bed from Skram Furniture

Skram Furniture launched two new offerings: the Wyandotte chair and Lineground bed.

The Wyandotte chair has a steam-bent timber frame in Ash or Walnut. In addition to the timber finish options, it has a tailored look because of the metal accents. It is offered in a variety of materials and finishes, including Wallsdorf leathers or COM/COL upholstery offerings. The new chair is contract grade and is suited for residential, commercial and hospitality environments. Like all Skram products, the Wyandotte is made at Skram’s solar-powered North Carolina facility.

Meanwhile, the Lineground bed coordinates with the nightstand and bureau options and the other accompaniments of the Lineground collection. It has the same range of standard and custom material options as the broader collection. Like all Lineground products, the new Lineground bed features a 100% solid timber construction, a Greenguard certified commercial-grade low-sheen finish, and the option to customize in material, size or configuration.

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Photo credit: Skram Furniture

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