Classic and timeless: Lily guest chair by Gunlocke

Gunlocke launched the Lily guest chair, inspired by the American craft movement. Designer Alyssa Coletti sought to make the chair’s frame and upholstery distinct structural elements, while also unifying the entire look with clean lines and surfaces.

For the frame, Coletti used a series of radii to create rolling surfaces, which at their intersections, create the fluid line that flows continuously throughout both the frame and upholstery.

Lily is available in ash, maple, and walnut. The upholstered seat and back can be upgraded with channel stitching. Manufactured in Wayland, New York, Lily Guest chair can also earn LEED points. Additionally, Gunlocke makes the chair with optional 80 percent FSC-certified wood.

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