UK-based Solidwool offers a unique textural furniture piece that largely displays the possibility of a new composite material. An unusual blend of wool and bio-resin has been put into play to create the visual design of the latest Hembury Chair.
The furniture piece is generated from part wool of Welsh Mountain Sheep and thus each chair adapts a striking attractive make. Riding high on the organic nature and the sustainability quotient, the chair is seen as a representation of keeping the heritage intact and being handed down to future generations.
Exuding sheen as a result of a fiberglass-like composite, it draws one’s attention with its detailing and simple yet standout design. Each chair is presented with a different look and feel due to the use of wool composite material behind it.
Hembury chair displays new avenues in furniture design with its distinctive approach as opposed to the traditional material used for making chairs. New and eco-friendly possibilities expand the horizon in the furniture industry on a large. The material claims to be strong, beautiful and unique in its nature.
The chair presents to be comfortable, smooth and stylish in its own way representing simple lines and an overall appeal. It garners a marbled finish with Mottled cream, black, grey and brown fibers used to form the final hues and tones.
The chair sits comfortably and creates balance with hand-turned Ash wood legs available in dark scorched or lighter, oiled finishes. The chair’s periphery adorns a Black Powder Coated Recycled steel frame. You are lucky as the brand also offers a stacking chrome-plated chair with a series of side tables. Lay your hands on the beautiful Hembury Chair built with natural materials which is priced at £575($708).
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