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CASTELLE 2018 Sonesta
Collection Features Traditional Style

Monday, August 7, 2017

Across the 2018 introductions from Castelle, design styles encompass contemporary, transitional and traditional. The Sonesta Collection debuts traditional influences in a wide array of coordinating pieces including standard and crescent deep seating, and cushioned and sling dining. With hammered curving arms and an open decorative seat-back medallion of intersecting lines, the Sonesta Collection delivers a fresh traditional seating choice.

“With the Sonesta Collection, once again, Castelle’s team of designers and artisans has shown its ability to develop casual furnishings meeting the needs and preferences across multiple customer segments,” said Derek Ritzel, president and CEO. “Although contemporary and transitional collections are garnering attention, Castelle continues to recognize the importance of traditional design at our core.”

Intricate details within the Sonesta Collection include slender, extruded- aluminum legs and hammered, curving arms. The simple, yet traditional, seat-back highlights intersecting lines grouped into a central decorative element. Each cushioned piece is available in quality solution-dyed acrylic fabrics crafted to withstand the elements. A multi-stage finishing process and optional hand-applied antiquing are featured along with hundreds of options available on this classic seating choice.

The Sonesta Collection will be on display during the Casual Market Chicago in the CASTELLE showroom #1576 of the Merchandise Mart from Sept. 12 – 15, 2017.

www.castelleluxury.com

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