Restaurant Development & Design

NOV-DEC 2018

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N O V E M B E R / D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 8 • r e s t a u r a n t d e v e l o p m e n t + d e s i g n • 5 5 Rustic Meets Modern Vermont Farm Table offers a line of rustic-meets-modern products that marry the warmth of solid wood with the strength and coolness of steel. This customizable line is available in 1- and 2-inch square steel stock with a complete catalog of powder-coated •nishes and a large variety of solid wood tops. Vermont Farm Table www.vermontfarmtable.com Sturdy Seating The Inessa WL01-HFW chair from MTS Seating features wood legs made from hard maple that attach into steel sleeves to cre- ate the understructure. This construction eliminates the use of glue joints and wobbly legs. Inessa's wood shell comes standard in maple veneer and customers can choose from among nine wood stain •nishes. The chair is backed by a 5-year structural frame warranty. MTS Seating www.mtsseating.com Iconic Chair, Reinvented The Gros•llex Ramatuelle '73 is suitable for use indoors and outdoors. First created in 1973, the Ramatuelle has been reinvented for today's foodservice environments and its construction combines metal and resin. It is available in dining and bar heights and in a range of vintage and modern colors: Absolute Cream, Ether Blue, Bossa Nova Red and Pavement Grey. ASTM-B tested for commercial use, it has integrated armrests and sleigh-shaped legs with anti-rotation gliders. Optional cushions are available in three color choices. Gros•llex www.gros•llex.com Modular Booth System Beaufurn's Elyse Modular Booth System features a contemporary pro•le with a solid wood frame that allows for more compact shipping. Con•g- ure the system's three standard modules — 24 inches wide, 48 inches wide, and a 24-by-24-inch corner unit — as single freestanding modules, double booths or wall units. The high-back model has a 65 ¼-inch height and the low-back model has a 48-inch height. Exposed back panels can be upholstered or •nished in Fusion acrylic, laminate or veneer. Elyse can be upholstered in any of Beaufurn's fabrics or customers' choice of material. Beaufurn www.beaufurn.com

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