November 8, 2021
Four Outdoor Furniture Options for the Workplace
Ottomans in the FLET, Room & Board’s outdoor furniture collection, are made from woven polypropylene to provide versatile, weather-resistant seating and surfaces.
Ideal for focused work and lunch breaks, the Flet collection of quick-drying, easy-to-clean chairs and ottomans in woven polypropylene rope, is designed to work with the manufacturer’s steel Penelope dining table.
ROOM & BOARD
SOLUTION DYED ACRYLIC AND POLYESTER
These first-ever outdoor fabrics from Brooklyn-based fabric manufacturer Fil Doux Textiles add a UV- and water-resistant upholstery option across five patterns and 29 colors.
FIL DOUX TEXTILES
The debut rug collection from nanimarquina’s contract division includes outdoor area rugs, which are also sustainably woven by hand using 100 percent recycled PET.
The residential style of this low-maintenance, weather-resistant chair provides work-from-home comfort with access to nature—for commercial and domestic environments.
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