Sachet by Davis Furniture is an elegant chair perfect for bringing contemporary style to conference rooms for healthcare and executive offices. The construction provides all-day seating comfort for personal desk and boardroom applications. Sachet represents a new generation in seating. Design continuity has never been easier with this product family containing multiple base options and two back heights. The beautiful design details bring an air of class and sophistication to any space. A steel frame encapsulated in molded foam creates superior comfort and durability. A welded steel frame with steel dowels unify the wood base to create a delicate appearance with great strength. The striking form of Sachet demands attention. Its upholstery details include a surrounding welt and classic stitch detail across the chairs back, which adds visual interest and serves to secure the upholstery for a sophisticated look that won’t wear out. Sachet’s innovative design is concealed within the chair shell. Springs, molded into the foam shell, create unexpected comfort in the seat and back, especially considering the thin profile of Sachet. Davis products conform to BIFMA Emission Standards. Based upon the construction and materials used, Davis Furniture is confident Sachet will meet the standard. All Davis products are Level 1 Certified. Recycled Content is available upon request. NeoCon Showroom 3-115.
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