Slim lines: Beaufurn’s Lotus collection

Beaufurn introduced the multi-functional Lotus collection, consisting of side chairs and barstools. The slim lines and tapered details are highlighted in this collection. The combination of powder-coated metal frames, upholstered seat and wood panel back create a minimal silhouette. The Lotus-S models feature five spindles as part of the back design, where the Lotus-P has an open, unadorned design. The frames come in chrome, black, white, green and light blue finishes. The wood elements are available in all of Beaufurn’s standard finishes, and the cushioned seats come in any of the graded-in fabrics or COM.

Established in 1998, Beaufurn designs and manufacturers contemporary and transitional furnishings for the hospitality, contract and entertainment markets. Based in Advance, N.C., the company’s client list includes The Cheesecake Factory, MGM, Nordstrom, Carrabba’s and Marriott. 

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