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CASTELLE Introduces
Unique Napoli Collection

Friday, August 11, 2017

Castelle, a premier manufacturer of handcrafted luxury outdoor furnishings, introduces Napoli as the newest addition to its award-winning transitional collections. The Napoli Collection delivers lounge and dining options in a fresh, transitional design. The unique feature of Napoli is how it incorporates sling support and cushioned seating for improved comfort.

“Once again, the Castelle designers have provided our retail partners with an original style that will excite their customers. The Napoli is a look unlike anything else on the market,” said Derek Ritzel, president and CEO. “With the sling and cushioned construction, we are providing a seating option that maximizes overall comfort.”

Napoli’s arm and leg design allows for bold curves creating an open side in combination with the bottom and back upholstered panels. The sling dining incorporates a strong caged-back design. Both lounge and dining options are available in the Napoli Collection including sling and cushioned dining and cushioned deep seating.

All Castelle pieces are handcrafted to the highest quality from intricate aluminum castings and multi-stage finishing to full customization of fabrics. The Napoli Collection continues the tradition of delivering creative designs and superior seating comfort for which Castelle is known.

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

castelleluxury.com

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