Aesthetically functional: Maxxis tables and Blade swivel chair by Cabot Wrenn

Contract furniture manufacturer Cabot Wrenn has launched the Blade swivel chair and Maxxis tables.  Designed by Terrance Hunt, the two complement each other aesthetically and functionally. Maxxis’ design hides well-conceived details, including: USB ports, soft-close suspension drawers, a dedicated recycle drawer and an iPad stop inside drawer with outlets. The coordinating Blade swivel chair, meanwhile, has supportive arms that have curved Corian-capped armrests, while the entire chair encourages proper spinal alignment. It is available with a mesh back in a variety of colors.

Cabot Wrenn was founded in 1981.

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