A good chair offers comfort and support. It’s a spot to receive bad news sitting down, if you will.
As such, its looks aren’t important. Unless you’re shallow, like us. Then you’ll want one of these.
A collaboration between Oregon’s Pendleton Woolen Mills and Canda’s Gus* Modern, these limited-edition lounge chairs merge timeless textile work and flashy furniture manufacturing. The result: a three-piece set that belongs in a mountain cabin or ski lodge near you — preferably with your ample keister parked atop them.
Adorned in Pendleton’s signature Southwestern jacquard patterns, the chair frames and cushions are made from designer wool, powder-coated steel and FSC-Certified wood.
Pendleton Chairs (3 images)
“Fabric has a transformative effect on furniture and vice versa,” according to Gus co-founder Amanda Schuler. “We love how beautifully the jacquard patterns mesh with the chairs in the collection. Both design teams had a chance to see their work in a new light. We’re very excited to present our collaboration to the public.”
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