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Dainty

Pouf Charlotte Høncke, 2017
NOK 6 875,00
Fresh peach/Soft violet
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Dainty
Designer Charlotte Høncke
Tekstil/Leather: Merit035,Rewo658 (Kvadrat)
Textile/Leather Colour: Fresh Peach, Soft Violet
Material: Textile, foam, wood
Martindale: 85000, 50000
Composition: 76%re-pol,24%pol-45%Re-wo,45wo
Design year: 2017
Assembly guide: Dainty
Dimensions in cm: Ø55 x H39
Diameter: 55
Colour: Fresh peach/Soft violet
Lightfastness: 6
Collection: Contemporary Collection
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Dainty
Sophisticated, two-coloured pouf with soft shapes and a clean idiom. Now also available in an edition with sustainable textiles from Kvadrat. The Dainty pouf can be used in any room of your home as extra seating or as a leg rest. It is so neat that it can stand beautifully on its own – or in wonderful beautiful harmony with others – and it is the perfect companion for your favourite armchair or your sofa. The many stunning colour combinations allow you to create everything from a classic look to a wilder and bolder feature in your interior design. Dainty is covered in exclusive upholstery fabrics matching the various Warm Nordic collections of upholstered furniture. Dainty is also available in an edition with sustainable textiles from Kvadrat, Re-wool and Merit by Maharam, combining sustainability with quality and sensuosity. This version comes in three different colour combinations and with a frame constructed of FSC-certified wood. Choose between several upholstery fabrics of the highest quality, including sustainable textiles from Kvadrat, in carefully selected Nordic Warm colours.
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Designer
Charlotte Høncke
It is the details that make Charlotte Høncke’s design stand out. One of this Danish designer’s great passions is upholstered furniture, in which original stitching, colour scheme or a surprising shape arouses our curiosity. In Charlotte Høncke’s designs, richness of detail co-exists with pure shapes and lines, while taking functionality into careful consideration.
Charlotte Høncke