Monday, April 16, 2012

Modern Line Furniture to exhibit at the upcoming National Restaurant Association

Modern Line Furniture is excited to exhibit at the upcoming National Restaurant Association (NRA) Show on May 5-8 at McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago, IL.

The NRA Show is one of the most celebrated restaurant and hospitality shows in the world drawing in over 58,000 industry professionals from all 50 states and over 100 countries. Exhibitors represent over 900 product categories including but not limited to Beverage, Equipment, Food, Furniture/décor, Lodging, Paper, plastics and supplies, Services, Tableware, Linens, Technology and Entertainment and Uniforms.

Exhibiting at booth #457 Modern Line Furniture will be displaying products that are not only functional but also visually appealing. On display will be the new Model Sierra (pictured below). This tall-back modular booth collection features interchangeable, tufted style exposed back panels for a clean, sophisticated look when utilized in an open-concept dining or hospitality environment. The smooth touch of the leather seat combined with the generous width of each seating component exemplifies a new standard in dining comfort. Comprised of two modular components, a corner piece and an armless chair, Sierra is assured to meet needs of both a modern, contemporary designed environment as well as a functional, exclusive dining experience for patrons.

In addition to Model Sierra, Modern Line Furniture will also be displaying DejaVu Chairs, Diana Dining Table and Bench, C84 Dining Table, C80 Bar Table and the new 179 Bar Stools. This is the debut of Model 179 Bar Stools. These commercial grade modern bar stools are manufactured from high quality steel supporting up to 300 pounds for safe operations in commercial venues. Removable backs and adjustable heights with a 360 degree swivel, makes these bar stools a must have. Choose for an array of leather colors to match your establishment.



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