New models and finishes for KI’s Grafton seating collection

The expansion of KI’s Grafton seating collection includes a new stool, task stool, and sled-base chair options. The collection now includes a total of seven variants, available in eight polypropylene colours and three powder-coated steel frame finishes. Optional upholstered seat pads can be added to all models.

The new, stackable Grafton stool with a seat height of 760mm is ideal for use with poseur-height tables, bars, and multipurpose spaces requiring tiered seating. Where height-adjustability and 360° rotation are required, the new Grafton task stool featuring a chrome foot ring offers a seat height range of 560-820mm. The new sled-base chairs are stackable and offer an alternative to the 4-leg chairs. 

In addition to the new models, 2 new polypropylene-matched frame finishes have been introduced across the collection. This will offer customers better options to mix and match for any colour scheme. The ‘Cool Grey’ frame is a very light grey, almost off-white, whilst the ‘Blue Grey’ as the name suggests is a mid-grey tone that replaces the now-discontinued ‘Silver Grey’. Although these two options were similar, the ‘Blue Grey’ has been chosen to supersede the ‘Silver Grey’ as a match for the corresponding polypropylene option, allowing the specification of a clean, uniform look. Black frames are still available across the full collection.

Designed and manufactured in the UK, the Grafton collection is available from stock on rapid lead times and comes with a 15-year warranty.

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