Inyo

Open and generous, the honest lines of the Inyo range are friendly from any angle. A tubular steel base gives a wide, stable stance and is available in multiple standard powder coat colors, stainless steel or hand rubbed steel. Optional strap leather or fabric detailing links the seat to the base, or specify without straps for streamlined simplicity.


Products

Select examples from the Inyo Series

Chairs 1770-01S

  • With Straps

Dimensions

  • Fabric Yardage 3.75 yards
  • Square Feet 68 sq.ft.
  • Width 30.0"
  • Depth 30.0"
  • Height 31.5"
  • Seat Height 18.0"
  • Seat Depth 20.5"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • COM: $1,998
  • COL: $2,198

Sofas 1770-69P

  • Without Straps

Dimensions

  • Fabric Yardage 5.50 yards
  • Square Feet 99 sq.ft.
  • Width 70.5"
  • Depth 30.0"
  • Height 31.5"
  • Seat Height 17.5"
  • WBA 65.5"
  • Seat Depth 20.5"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • COM: $3,389
  • COL: $3,728

Range

Inyo is available in a range of standard configurations. View the complete Pricelist below.


Resources

Get your project underway with these Inyo resources.

Photography / Illustrations

Materials

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Information


Finishes

Pricing shown is for standard finishes. Download the pricelist for complete pricing information.

Leather

Inyo Strap Leather

NAT

Natural

SNN

Sienna

CHC

Chocolate

BLK

Black

Metal

Powder Coat - Color

CLD

Cloud

CMT

Cement

MTL

Gunmetal

FLX

Flax

FST

Firesticks

SEA

Deep Sea

VBG

Vandenberg

Powder Coat - Neutrals

SRG

Sugar Gloss

SGM

Sugar Matte

CBG

Carbon Gloss

CBN

Carbon Matte

Powder Coat - Metallics

SIL

Silver

LD

Lead

BRZ

Bronze

Stainless Steel (premium finish)

PSS

Polished

SSS

Satin

Hand Rubbed Steel (premium finish)

BBZ

Brushed Bronze

OBZ

Oiled Bronze

CS

Charcoal

BS

Black

Design

Alyssa Coletti

Alyssa founded Nonfiction Creative to focus on the essential elements of concept, form, and craft in product design. Her designs have received multiple awards including Best of NeoCon Gold and Editors’ Choice awards.

Alyssa’s design process is rooted in the principles of timelessness and longevity, while empathetically providing elements to elevate the experience. “I imagine myself in the experience of the individual. What would fill my emotional and physical needs in this situation or environment? Comfort? Confidence? From that view, I look for a way to design an empathic answer to create that experience.”

Alyssa studied industrial design at Purdue University and spent her early career with Bernhardt Design, Lenovo and Williams-Sonoma Home. In addition to her design work, Alyssa has served as an adjunct faculty member in the Industrial Design program at Appalachian State University.