Description The Armen Living Archie mid-century modern dining accent side chair's are an epitome of artistic beauty. This contemporary chair's stylish curved back and attractive fabric upholstery make it a standout piece in the modern home. Don't overlook the details of this elegant side chair, the durable wood frame, covered in plush fabric upholstery makes the Archie exceptionally inviting. This simple but unique design that you can play up or down in any room in your home. It is the perfect size for small spaces such as dorm rooms or apartment or it can be used to entertain large gatherings in style. The high cushion back is ideal for posture alignment and an unmatched support for days on end. The foundation of the product is supported by solid ash wood for a sturdy and stylish look without comprising practicality and functionality of this item. This item is a versatile piece that can be ideal for dining, kitchen or even home office desk chairs. This product ships in one box with easy and quick set up. We stand by the quality, the craftsmanship and the integrity of our product by offer 1-year warranty for all our products. The Archie dining chair is available in Gray upholstery and comes in a set of 2.
- Floor protectors assure that the chair will not damage hardwood or tile floors
- Archie Modern Side Chair in Walnut Wood Finish and Grey Fabric
- Tall back design provides excellent lumbar support
- Foam padded seat is plush and comfortable, excellent to sit on
- Product Dimensions: 20"W x 23"D x 36.5"H SH: 18.5"
|20" W x 23" D x 36.5" H SH: 18.5"
|27" W x 27" D x 20" H
|Quantity in Box
|Fabric, Sponge, Plywood, Solid Ash
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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