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    Where Saints Go launch new Scandi-inspired seating range

    Eclectic interiors brand Where Saints Go has launched a new seating collection inspired by timeless Scandi style.

    The Scandi Edit brings together five statement seats, typified by sleek lines and wooden finishes.

    Each seat has been handpicked for its versatility, ensuring they not only complement dining suites, but work just as well in a home office or bedroom. They will even elevate outdoor dining spaces too (just watch out for the rain).

    Exuding minimalist chic, each piece has been handpicked for its contemporary boho feel and will enhance a wealth of interior styles.

    Faye Leeming, Brand Manager for Where Saints Go, said: “This new seating collection pays homage to timeless Scandi styling. As with a lot of Scandi-influenced design, each seat in this collection unifies form and function, offering exceptional good looks that are extremely comfortable.”

    The collection is made up of the Copenhagen, Ikast, Magnus, Kenny and Odense seats.

    The Ikast Dining Chair is crafted from solid wood and luxurious faux leather. The dark walnut wood perfectly complements the black faux leather of the seat.

    The Magnus oozes sophistication with its solid wood base and PU leather upholstery. It’s subtle zig zag arms add a striking modern touch.

    Available in a walnut and natural frame, the Odense boasts a hand-twisted paper coil seat and a frame crafted from solid ash.

    The Kenny, which is available in three finishes, is a mid-century inspired classic that will command attention wherever it is based.

    The Copenhagen, which is carefully carved from solid ash wood, is hand-shaped into a curving masterpiece. Its ash structure is hand-stained in a rich walnut shade, while the removable seating pad is upholstered in PU leather in classic grey.

    Faye added: “Each chair has been hand-finished by some of the best craftspeople in the interiors’ world. And it is a real thrill to be able to bring this slice of Scandi-inspired seating to the British market.”

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