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Lancaster Collection From Castelle Debuts With Four Custom Back Design Options

Monday, July 23, 2018

The art of complete customization is elevated to new heights with the introduction of the handcrafted Castelle LANCASTER Collection. For the 2019 season, the LANCASTER and its classic, yet ultra customizable, form is designed to boast four options for the chair back allowing for easy coordination with outdoor décor styles whether contemporary, traditional, or transitional.  

“Castelle is known for its commitment to providing custom designs and options to allow customers to create unique looks within their outdoor seating,” said Mark Stephens, president, Castelle. “We are especially proud to introduce the Lancaster with the four different chair designs quadrupling our offerings for retailers via a single collection.”  

The custom cast-back motifs in the LANCASTER Collection include an original crossed-window-pane design in the SALTIRE; a combination of lines and curves intertwined in the ELLIPSE; an enhanced French royal FLEUR de LIS; and an open garden gate design with international curves in the TRELLIS.

The entire Lancaster Collection will be on display during the September Casual Furniture Market Chicago in the CASTELLE showroom 1576 Merchandise Mart.

www.castelleluxury.com

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