Spinnaker Collection Makes Online Debut on Furniture Mega-Site AllModern.com

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Scandia Chair and the Relax Chair Now Featured On Leading Retail Site Offering Modern and Contemporary Furniture

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We are optimistic and excited about the attention our relationship with AllModern.com will bring to the Spinnaker Collection.

Spinnaker USA, Inc. announced today that their luxury Norwegian furniture is available on AllModern.com. Through this new distribution relationship, Spinnaker USA, Inc. has extended their network by making the Spinnaker Collection available for interested buyers over the Internet. As opposed to the standard eight to 12 week delivery time for custom furniture, AllModern.com offers a quick five to seven day shipment for faster delivery.    

“The Spinnaker chair has been gaining traction and more visibility from interviews with large media outlets like TheStreet.com,” said Lindsey Carnett, Sales and Marketing Vice President for Spinnaker USA, Inc., “We are optimistic and excited about the attention our relationship with AllModern.com will bring to the Spinnaker Collection.”

The Spinnaker Collection made in Norway includes designs such as Hødnebø’s Spinnaker Chair, the Scandia Chair, and the Relax Chair among a collection of plush and luxurious ottomans. The Spinnaker Chair is designed to fall in line with the contours of the human body and curved for maximum comfort and relaxation. With a back made from authentic sails, a structure made from a spring steel frame, and comfort from foam and cospoflex cushions, the Spinnaker Chair provides a spring-loaded tilt functionality that allows you to laze and feel at ease.

In addition to the famous Spinnaker Chair, the Spinnaker Collection includes both the Scandia Chair and the Relax Chair. The Scandia Chair is available in three versions on AllModern.com: Scandia Nett, Scandia Senior, and Scandia Prince Highback Chair. Scandia Nett is a perfect lounge chair made from laminated lacquered wood in American walnut or American Oak. In its simplicity is strength with its satin chrome and steel bolt base. The Scandia Senior is an ode to nature in any room and is also made from laminated lacquered wood in American walnut or American oak. In a similar form to the Scandia Senior is the Scandia Prince Highback Chair which offers a comfortable yet aesthetically appealing higher back perfect for conference rooms.    

The Relax Chair lives up to its namesake with a simplistic design characterized by minimalism and functionality. Its rustic yet understated design lends to its adaptability in any environment. Designed to be assembled with a rope and two leather straps, the chair does not require screws or other tools for assembly making it a standout and permanent fixture in the Spinnaker Collection for Spinnaker USA, Inc.

To view the Spinnaker Collection, please visit http://www.allmodern.com/Spinnaker-C511915.html?redir=spinnaker&rtype=6.

About Spinnaker USA, Inc.
Hødnebø AS has been creating furniture since 1904, including the Spinnaker Chair, Relax Chair, and Scandia Chair. The Spinnaker Chair is designed to fall in line with the contours of the human body and curved for maximum comfort and relaxation. The Relax Chair lives up to its namesake with a simplistic design characterized by minimalism and functionality. The Scandia Chair embodies its wood grain with its strength in form and function. The Spinnaker Collection’s Scandia Chair’s rustic yet understated design lends to its adaptability in any environment. For more information visit: http://www.SpinnakerUS.com.

About AllModern.com
AllModern.com is a subsidiary of Wayfair LLC, the parent company for Wayfair.com and other brands. As an online retailer that offers the best in modern design, AllModern.com carries pieces ranging from iconic, mid-century modern classics to the newest contemporary finds. AllModern.com prides itself as the unparalleled destination for modern design for your home and aims to educate to help consumers discover and express their own personal styles.

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