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Established in 1872 in Copenhagen, Fritz Hansen has since come to epitomize the mid-century Danish Modern aesthetic. Blending craftsmanship with innovation, Fritz Hansen is particularly well-noted for their laminated and molded wood veneer furniture. Pieces from Vico Magistretti, Piero Lissoni and, especially, Arne Jacobsen have become icons of modern furniture design.
The Ro Footstool is available with the following:
- Designed by Jaime Hayon in 2013
- Finish: Brushed Aluminum
- Material: Aluminum, fabric
- Designers Selections fabric upholstery
- Please call 877.445.4486 for additional fabric offerings
- Made In Denmark
Color: Black, Blue, Light Grey, Pale Pink, Sage Green, Sand, Taupe, Violet, Yellow
- Item: Width 22.8", Height 14.9", Depth 19.3"
- Fabric pairings for each color option--BLACK, Shell: Divina Melange 180, Cushions: Milani 7157/50; BLUE, Shell: Milani 7157/86, Cushions: Canvas 734; LIGHT GREY, Shell: Hallingdal 130, Cushions: Canvas 124; LIGHT PINK, Shell: Steelcut 605, Cushions: Canvas 614; SAGE GREEN, Shell: Milani 7157/72, Cushions: Steelcut Trio 113; SAND, Shell: Milani 7157/38, Cushions: Balder 3310; TAUPE, Shell: Divina MD 343, Cushions: Milani 7157/91; VIOLET, Shell: Steelcut Trio 683, Cushions: Canvas 684; YELLOW, Shell: Steelcut 435, Cushions: Canvas 414
- Fabric compositions—CANVAS: 90% wool/10% nylon; DIVINA, DIVINA MD, DIVINA MELANGE: 100% wool; HALLINGDAL: 70% wool/30% rayon; MILANI: 70% viscose/30% linen; STEELCUT,STEELCUT TRIO: 90% wool/10% nylon
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JH11 Designers Selections Black, JH11 Designers Selections Blue, JH11 Designers Selections Light Grey, JH11 Designers Selections Light Pink, JH11 Designers Selections Sage Green, JH11 Designers Selections Sand, JH11 Designers Selections Taupe, JH11 Designers Selections Violet, JH11 Designers Selections Yellow
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