Mood ...

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Ultimate sitting comfort and many faces - that is Mood by René Holten for Artifort. A sleekly-upholstered bucket seat with five different bases, four different styles of upholstery, and a great many colour and fabric options. The ideal dining chair for every interior style.
If you would prefer a Mood with a Scandinavian look, opt for soft, woollen fabrics in pastel colours and the wooden or wire-frame base. If something rugged and industrial would suit you better, select the stainless-steel strip base in combination with an exclusive leather cover. And if you have a classic and understated interior, the rotary disc-shaped base may be ideal for you - subtle and elegant, with two-colour upholstery.
Viewed from the front, the Mood seat seems to be made of two parts, an impression that is strengthened by the upholstery in contrasting colours. This is not the case, however. The Mood seat is padded with foam as a whole, and the upholstery itself is also a single cover. Using a special upholstery technique, the illusion is created on the inside of the seat that the backrest is made of two parts. The same technique also creates the optical boundary between the backrest and the seat.

Four different types of upholstery are possible, three of which are available in all fabrics, leather types, and colours in our standard fabric collection. There is a single-fabric option, a two-fabric top/bottom option, a two-fabric inside/ outside option, and a special leather upholstery version with accentuated stitching. The latter version is only possible in Ohmann Misto.

There are also five different bases: one with four oak legs, one with a wire frame, a disc-shaped one, one with a four-toed strip, and a five-toed officechair base. All five are available in various finishes.

Mood is available from KE-ZU and through our national distribution network.

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