Understated yet distinct: Danielle by Sandler Seating

Sandler Seating has launched a new Danielle chair.

Created by Edi & Paolo Ciani, Danielle is fully upholstered and characterized by a high back with optional tufted detailing. The chair’s aesthetic makes it ideal for lounge, hospitality and commercial spaces. Solid Beech legs can be customized in natural stains or lacquered colors, while a variety of graded-in fabrics and leathers are available for Danielle’s seat.

Danielle measures 36.2 inches high x 22 inches wide x 25.2 inches deep.


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