Normann Copenhagen

My Front Upholstered Chair

$735.00
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Why We Love It

Effortless and timeless, My Chair is as close as it gets to a new classic: a minimalistic chair in molded veneer that moves gently with the body. The curved waist and rounded corners counterbalance the stringent design of the chair and give it a warm and welcoming feel. Due to its harmonious silhouette, My Chair complements most settings and can be multiplied without taking over the interior.

  • My Chair reinterprets the classic shell chair, adding a striking elegance and harmony.
  • Muted nuances in the wide variety of colors and materials create a soft, exclusive atmosphere and emphasize My Chair's universal nature.
  • A broad range of colorful fabrics and rich leather add texture and comfort to the characteristic design.
  • With its minimalistic silhouette, My Chair is ideal for spaces that need a large number of seats, as the design can be multiplied without taking over the interior.
  • Seat and legs made of molded veneer in walnut, oak, dark stained oak or birch, as well as in eight shades of painted ash.
  • Upholstered chairs incorporate PU foam padding and front or full upholstery in textile or leather.
  • Comes with PE glides. Felt glides may purchased separately – contact us for details.
  • Delivered assembled.
  • Care: Clean frame and veneer seat with a damp cloth. Use upholstery cleaner for textiles and a damp cloth using with water and gentle soap on leather. Frequent vacuuming recommended to preserve upholstery color and appearance. Be advised that sharp objects can leave marks.

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Normann Copenhagen

Normann Copenhagen is a Danish design company with the mission to create original and innovative products in a simple and contemporary design that withstands the test of time. Or in other words, to challenge conventional thinking and make the ordinary extraordinary through great design.