Restaurant Development & Design

NOV-DEC 2018

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5 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 • N O V E M B E R / D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 8 2018 PRODUCT GUIDE Updated Classic The versatile Bloom chair from m.a.d. Furniture Design is a modern take on the classic molded plywood chair. The chair combines the warmth of laminated veneer construction with an upholstered seat and back. Leg nish options include wal- nut, natural ash and bleached ash; upholstery choices include graphite gray, smoke gray, latte brown and chloro-green fabric. m.a.d. Furniture Design Power-Optional Communal Table The Atlas and Hero series of communal tables provides a variety of options to create a unique table for any space. The 72-inch or 96-inch-length tables can accommodate large parties. Designers can choose from solid beech or laminate tops with a thin-prole polyurethane. The powder- coated frames feature heavy-gauge steel tubing in both the dining and bar heights. An optional power package includes two receptacles, each consisting of two outlets and two USB duplexes. Plymold Distressed Farmhouse Chair American Trading Company's interpretation of the French farm- house side chair features a distressed aesthetic on corrosion- resistant, welded aluminum. Appropriate for use inside or out, these lightweight chairs (8 pounds each) measure 35 inches from Œoor to top of seat back and are stackable to four high. They're available in distressed ivory and teal colors, with ad- ditional nishes available on special order. American Trading Company Single-Slab Tables Blowing Rock WoodWorks' single-slab wood tables come in custom lengths, from 2-tops to 20-tops, with thick- nesses from 1 1 /2 to 4 inches. Custom-designed base and leg options are available. Each table is hand-nished with restaurant-grade hard oil, which enhances durability and provides a vivid natural appearance. The tables are available with or without a live edge and in several wood species, including American black walnut. Blowing Rock WoodWorks

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