The Suite Chair from EQ3 Furniture is a remastered Scandinavian Chair originally designed in the 60s. With a sinuous curves and a spinning base, it’s perfect for any living room or alternate setting. The wooden frame provides structure, while the multi-layered seat cushion (complete with a feathered layer for comfort), lends to an ergonomic and comfortable seating experience. The ottoman remains stationery and grounds the chair as well as the person resting upon it.
About EQ3 Furniture.
Looking for some stylish and sustainable furniture? Look no further than EQ3! We design and manufacture all of our furniture in Canada, ensuring that it meets the highest standards of quality. Our furniture is also built to last, so you can enjoy it for years to come. And because we use sustainable materials, you can feel good knowing that your purchase is helping to protect the environment. So why not take a closer look at EQ3 furniture today? You won’t be disappointed!
EQ3 Furniture is the perfect way to add your personal touch to your home. You can choose from a wide selection of materials and colors to create a piece that is uniquely yours. If you need help deciding the design team at Rubin’s Furniture is always happy to provide expert guidance. With EQ3 Furniture, you can have exactly what you want, and everything will look great in your home. Choose from over 130 fabrics and leathers.
Why Choose Rubin’s Furniture?
We at Rubin’s Furniture know that every room in your home is unique, which means there’s no one-size fits all when it comes to choosing that perfect piece furniture. If you want something with personality and style then Rubin’s Furniture Interior Designers are here for you! We’ll help choose the custom look of this item based on what best suits your personal tastes in décor. Rubin’s Furniture Interior Design Services are always Complimentary. Come into Rubin’s Furniture Today.
30"w × 32.5"d × 40"h
WILL IT FIT?
It is your responsibility to ensure that all the items you are purchasing will fit in the intended areas of your home. If your home has narrow doorways, staircase turns, or low ceilings, you should measure these locations to ensure proper fit.