Indiana Furniture expands its Isla Lounge line
August 30, 2022 | 12:49 pm CDT

Indiana Furniture announced they will begin taking orders for enhancements to the already popular Isla lounge series. These additions provide enhanced flexibility and functionality to better accommodate today’s ever-changing spaces.

Some of the enhancements include: Swivel Club Chairs – Isla’s 

•   Swivel Club Chairs – Isla's armless Club Chair has been enhanced with a polished aluminum 360-degree swivel base that features an auto-return mechanism. It perfectly pairs with existing lounge options or can easily make a statement on its own.
•    Angled Settees – Isla’s new Angled Settees keep the conversations flowing and offer even more flexibility for freestanding or ganging applications. Users can easily gather to chat and work or simply take a personal moment to relax and re-energize.
•    Tablets for Armless Models – Available in Black Melamine, Solid Surfaces, and a broad range of Veneer Finishes, these additional Tablet Arms provide more options for armless and one-armed Club Chairs, Settees, and Sofas.
•    Bistro Tables – The expanded Bistro/Stadium Tables provide multi-layer seating and give users additional working areas. Now available in TFL, HPL, and Veneer surfaces and a variety of mix-n-match combinations to capture the perfect look for a variety of spaces and needs.

“We’re continuing to push our products to another level of design and expand our portfolio to provide options that support todays working needs,” says Mike Blessinger, VP of Sales & Marketing for Indiana Furniture. “Even these Isla enhancements, albeit just a few new models, amplify the line’s possibilities for our clients and their diverse levels of style.”

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