Chiavari Barstools A Sound InvestmentMarch 10, 2016
Chiavari barstools give you the elegance of the traditional event chair with the ability to use high-top tables and keep the decor uniform.
High-top tables – also known as cocktail tables and bistro tables – and community tables are a growing trend in event-seating options. Having a supply of Chiavari barstools can help you satisfy the spreading popularity. Made to the same exacting standards as the Chiavari chair, the barstools will produce a solid return on investment.
Chiavari barstools are available in wood, resin and steel-core resin. The stools come in a variety of colors including, clear, silver, gold, white, black, fruitwood and mahogany.
The steel-core Chiavari has been called one of the most significant developments in the Chiavari market in the last 10 years.
The barstool has a skeleton of steel covered with super strong resin. The two materials combine to provide an ultra-strong chair that will provide years of reliable service. The superior manufacturing used to make the steel-core chairs offered by The Chiavari Chair Company makes our chairs even more durable.
Quality In All We Do
The Chiavari Chair Company offers the best banquet chairs and event furniture on the market. More than 5,000 customers from 43 countries use our products for their events. We are proud to count among them many Fortune 500 companies and multinational corporations. But we also serve large and small-event rental companies, hotels, resorts, wineries, universities, Broadway shows and ballets, golf and private clubs. If you need chairs or event supplies, we can help you. Our customers are in 49 out of the 50 states in the U.S., on six of the seven continents and in seven of the 13 Canadian Provinces and Territories.
We at Chiavari Chair Company guarantee personal attention to all our clients. We are a family-owned company that works to make your business look its best with the highest quality event furniture on the market. For information about our products, contact us today.Blog Archive