One thing I really like about portable canvas chairs: I need every one of them! While in my existence that’s an overstatement, in my dream world, I already own them all for the living room, bed side, porch, gazebo, campsite, and fishing. I’m awake, and here confronted by Pendleton x Helinox Chair One HDB that has won me over in the first instance with its geometric design.
Needless to say, the one, two, three, or five portable fabric chairs you own is/are draped with blank canvas you have adorned by the pattern of your décor sense. The collaborative effort from Helinox and Pendleton, however, thrives on the distinctive design, even I had not conjured up in sanity or fantasy.
2023 limited-edition Chair One HDB is a testament of Pendleton’s undeterred work on fabric and Helinox’s obsession with portable furniture. Overburdened with this baggage of branding, the chair is docile entrant in the ruthless competition of portable chairs.
Yet it stands poised on the other side of the road with a geometric Moonlight Mesa pattern, which is inspired by the desert regions of the American Southwest. Mesmerizingly combining the blues of the night sky and the sand tones of the Southwest, the chair’s luxe fabric lays immersed in sophistication on the black aluminium alloy frames guaranteeing stability and folding convenience.
Walking across through a heavy downpour of low seating fabric chairs, dressed in two colors: one embossed with vegan leather patch, and the other flaunting the Pendleton navy and gold logo, the Chair One HDB will seat right inside your abode for $160.
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