Margot Dining Chair, Cattelan Italia

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Margot Dining Chair, Cattelan Italia

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Dimensions (inches):
L: 17.7 x D: 21.6 x H: 33
L: 17.7 x D: 23.2 x H: 39.4
L: 19.7 x D: 21.3 x H: 33
L: 21.3 x D: 21.3 x H: 33
HS: 18

Quick Overview

Designed by Elena and Guido Cattelan, he Margot chair is perhaps the most popular chair in the whole line of chairs. The Margot chair is just the right compliment to any modern dining table. This dazzling chair comes with two back heights and has a durable metal frame. The Margot can be covered in thick hard leather that is available in twenty –nine colors that feature two glossy options, 2 snake and 2 crocodile stamped options. The slim silhouette of the Margot is also accent by the contrasting stitching details seen throughout the frame.

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IL Decor Cattelan furniture photo Boston, MA – (May 31, 2016) – As a premier all-inclusive luxury design boutique located within a citadel of refined culture and cutting-edge modernity – IL Décor will be opening their doors to the next chapter of inimitable artistry with the arrival of several original furnishings from Cattelan Italia in the spring of 2016. This luxurious mélange of innovation features exquisite pieces that express the spirit of domestic living with the fluidity of texture and form. The effortless transcendence of simplicity is a signature characteristic that Cattelan Italia exemplifies through the skillful craftsmanship of their unique furniture components, transforming understated grace into a functional rise of unparalleled decadence.

Cattelan Italia was founded in 1979 by Giorgio and Silvia Cattelan who worked with some of Italy’s most renowned designers to offer stunning Italian designed furniture. Today, their son, Paolo, carries on that tradition by working with such designers as Emilio Nanni and Gastone Rinaldi, who have contributed to Cattelan’s award winning collection, which includes something distinctive for every room in the house-or as Cattelan calls it “la Casa Completa.”