Verstatile seating solutions
With their clean lined design and quality all-weather materials, Blinde Design’s Collection of outdoor chairs brings comfort and casual style to any alfresco and indoor space.
Blinde Design chairs are designed to effortlessly blend with any setting and create an eye-catching statement. And with four comfortable and functional chair types in the collection – armchairs, individual/dining chairs, bar/counter stools and loveseats – we have every occasion covered – whether outdoors or inside.
Sit A28 ChairBlinde Design C$1,695.00 Create an inviting sanctuary for relaxing or entertaining, indoors and out.
Sit D24 ChairBlinde Design C$1,545.00 Clean, sleek lines/styling and high-performance outdoor materials create a simple yet sophisticated dining chair.
Sit B19 ChairBlinde Design C$1,195.00 Blinde Design's Sit 19 Bar Stool makes any bar or kitchen counter inviting and stylish.
Sit L52 ChairBlinde Design C$2,495.00 Bold straight lines, compact design, and high-performance materials, the Blinde Design SIT L52 combines the best of modern styling and functionality.
Framed in teak wood and upholstered in Sunbrella® fabric – two weather-resistant materials – Blinde Design chairs are created for outdoor performance.
With supportive, molded foam cushioning, Blinde Design outdoor chairs strike the perfect balance between comfort and functionality.
All chairs within the Blinde Design Collection share similar styling, with a blend of retro and contemporary design elements, and materials to create statement pieces.
Singular or together
Blinde Design chairs are designed to be stand-alone or paired together, with similar design elements ensuring a harmonious combination.
Choice of colors
Choose from Sunbrella® fabric in one of three natural colors – Flanelle, Sooty and Canvas.
Outdoor and indoor style
Upholstered in high quality, weather resistant Sunbrella® fabric, Blinde Design outdoor chairs are ideal for open-air and indoor environments and look good, year after year.
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