The ADA-Compliant Eiland Counter Stool is one of our new additions to the collection and pairs beautifully with our matching ADA-Compliant Eiland Counter Table, allowing all of your customers a seamless dining experience. Eiland is as practical as it is beautiful. With a subtle, sophisticated look, this collection will complement a variety of spaces. Ideally suited for commercial applications, it features low-maintenance, durable materials. This versatile collection is the perfect complement to Nette, … Read more
Koral, and Salino collections. Eiland also pairs well with our wood collections to create a modern, mixed material look.
• ADA compliant and when paired with our Eiland counter table, allows all your customers a seamless dining experience
• Lightweight yet sturdy, even in windy conditions
• Open weave of composite cord creates visual interest and a surprisingly comfortable seat, while also resisting weathering
• Optional seat pad has quick-dry construction with a waterproof bag
encasing the foam core and a vented bottom to allow for drainage
• Low-maintenance and ideal for outdoor applications
• Leg End Caps Provide Protection From Marring & Scratching of Surfaces
• Easy assembly
Chair pad is optional and available for Quick Ship in the Solution-Dyed Olefin Pepper, shown above, or custom fabric or Customer’s Own Material with a minimum order of two cushions. Sunbrella® Performance Fabrics require no minimum order. Pricing and lead times will vary; please call for more information
Composite cord is wrapped around a powder-coated aluminum frame. Durable and lightweight, the rust-proof nature of the powder-coated aluminum frame offers high quality and strength. The seat and back are PVC-coated polyester thread woven into a thin, yet strong cord, are ideally suited to the outdoor environment, and provide commercial-grade quality outdoor seating. Optional Quick Ship solution-dyed olefin chair pad is mildew and chlorine resistant, quick drying, and water repellent. Dye is added to a liquid polymer solution before being spun into fibers to create fabric. This process makes the fabric color true, all the way through to its core.