The Armen Living Boston 26" Counter Height Swivel Black Faux Leather and Black Wood Bar Stool is the perfect addition to any modern household. The sturdy black wood frame of the Boston is accented by the beautiful and soft faux leather upholstery. The plush and thick foam-padded cushion will allow you and your guests to relax in comfort for extended periods of time without issue. The 360-degree swivel functionality allows you easily engage with friends and family regardless of their place in the room! The Boston counter stool can easily pull up to any kitchen island, peninsula counter, or home bar and easily incorporates into any home regardless of existing design theme. The Boston Swivel Faux Leather and Wood Bar or Counter Stool is available in your choice of 26 or 30 and red or black faux leather upholstery.
- Product Dimensions: 22"W x 22"D x 40"H SH: 26"
- Classic, casual, bar-height bar stool made of durable, solid hardwood; ideal for a kitchen island, counter, or bar
- Cushioned seat and curved back comfortably padded with high-density foam and covered with easy-care red bonded leather
- Swivels 360 degrees in either direction; premium ball bearings promote quiet and effortless rotation; straight legs and circular footrest for added stability
- NOTE: Fabric color and saturation may vary due to lighting and monitor/phone screen settings.
- Beautiful solid wood barstool from the Boston collection
- The Boston comes in 26" and 30" heights; and your choice of Black or Red bonded leather upholstery.
||40" H x 22" W x 22" D
||32" H x 28" W x 24" D
|Quantity in Box
||Red Bonded Leather
||Black Hardwood, Bonded Leather
||13% Leather, 87% polyurethane
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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