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Bend's new Betty Chair is stackable, sturdy outside, and a very sweet shade of pink.
Though it’s rainy day in Vancouver, the longer days have made me start to fantasize about the warm days to come (summer retreat up to Powell River in July: booked!). Spotting beauty chairs like this one helps too. I’ve long been a fan of Bend furniture (we love the chairs in Vancouver’s Tacofino), and they’ve got a new graphic, stackable design releasing soon. The Betty chair is made from powder-coated steel, with a geometric design that’s got a sweet Palm Springs vibe, and it’s as sturdy outdoors as it is in. You can order in black or white, but come this summer, pink will be where it’s at. Mark my words.Betty Stacking chair, $450, available at Provide in Vancouver and The Uncommons in Calgary.
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