Striving for a clean, reduced geometry

Celeste lounge chairs and sofas have a clean, contemporary look. With their compact scale and slender arms, they don’t take over a space. They just look good in it while offering comfortable seating for casual meeting spaces, lounges, and reception areas. With their trim geometry and refined sense of proportion, Celeste chairs and sofas are at home in a variety of settings.

One, two, three

Celeste can be a chair, a two-seat sofa, or a three-seat sofa. And thanks to their modular design, the sofas sit as comfortably as the lounge chair. The structural foam back flexes as you move, and the generous seat is sized to provide relaxed sitting while maintaining the furniture’s compact scale.

A Celeste three-seat sofa with thick brown leather seat cushions and a red back.
Close view of a Celeste lounge chair, showing the contrast between the black leather seat cushion and orange leather back.

Inviting appearance

The substantial seat base is complemented by the symmetry of slender arms and tubular steel feet, adding up to a pleasing compact scale. Spacers set the seat off a bit from the back.

Celeste offers an unusual materials option. The seat, back, and even welting can be upholstered in matching textiles or leathers, for a more traditional look, or in contrasting materials, creating a somewhat retro appearance. Leather arm sleeves can be added too.

Celeste seating complements Herman Miller systems and other furniture.

Rear view of an orange-and-black Celeste lounge chair, showing the optional back handle and front caster.

On a roll

All Celeste chairs are available with front casters and handles on the back, making them easy to roll into position for impromptu gatherings or brainstorming sessions.

Close view of Celeste Seating's optional pivoting tablet arm, this one in a light wood finish.

An extra surface

You can add convenient, pivoting tablet arms to chairs or sofas, so you can take notes or set your coffee mug down. Tablets can be positioned on the right or left arm of a chair; sofas can have tablets on both arms. They pivot 360 degrees so they are easy to move into position and push out of the way.