Allermuir’s Folk Dinning Collection

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Elegant and simple, this dining furniture collection is also extra practical and easily customizable.

Designed by PearsonLloyd for Allermuir, the Folk furniture collection blends style and function with convenience and versatility. The simple, modest design gives the range a timeless character, while its practical flat-pack build transforms it into a must-have for any modern apartment. However, this minimalist furniture line is also perfect for commercial and hospitality settings. The Folk furniture collection comprises tables and chairs as well as stools. Available in different sizes, the tables suit dining rooms, more compact lounge spaces, coffee shops, and restaurants.

The designs balance sturdiness with soft lines and curves. All of the chairs, tables, and stools have rounded legs. While the dining chairs boast a curved backrest that enhances seating comfort, the tables feature beautifully rounded corners. The studio made the most of the flat-pack design and designed the collection with small bolts and pre-attached screws. As a result, the furniture has a seamless look with no visible joints, for a more elegant finish. Thanks to the easy assembly method, the user can conveniently store the Folk furniture in minutes or transport it wit ease.

Finally, the collection provides a range of customization options. Customers can select between square, circular, or rectangular tabletops and from different table sizes. Materials range from wood and metal to hard-wearing plastic, while the powder-coated paint finish range from Off Black, White, Pistachio, Seattle Green and Crayon Grey to Aubergine. Allermuir can finish the furniture either in a monochrome or a two-tone palette. Photographs© Allermuir.

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