Sophisticated collection: Nim by Sandler Seating

Sandler Seating has launched Nim, a collection of chairs combining crafted wood with contrast-stitched upholstery.

Created by the Spanish Yonoh Studio, Nim’s curves were molded ergonomically, making it ideal for various hospitality and corporate environments.

Nim’s shell translates to numerous styles in naturally stained wood veneer, lacquered wood veneer or fully upholstered with contrast stitching. Wood shells can be enhanced with cushions upholstered from Sandler Seating’s range of fabrics and leathers, including COM.


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For frames, there are solid legs in beech or oak, while four-legs or a sled base in steel allows the chairs to stack for additional practicality. Steel frames are also available, finished in polished chrome or epoxy paint.

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