Laidback afternoons and great company is what Sunday is all about. By Australian designers Nick Garnham and Rod Carlson.
January 19th, 2011
The Sunday chair is inspired by all those Sundays you wished would never end. The weather was perfect, the conversation deep yet entertaining, things just came together over a blissful wine and home cooked food. There was just that little something that put you in harmony.
There’s a certain warmth to the Sunday chair that you can’t really put your finger on. Maybe it’s the smooth solid American oak frame or gentle curvature and comfort of the seat and back. Maybe it’s just more than the sum of its parts that makes Sunday, well Sunday.
Available now through your designer, architect or any of Jardan’s agents both nationally or internationally. Environmentally sustainable kiln-dried hardwood, eco-plywood and shaped steel construction, using traditional timber and steel manufacturing techniques and water based glues. Made to order fully upholstered in selected fabric with plain seam stitching detail.
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