Description Add a touch of Mid-Century Modern glamour to your home with the Butterfly Adjustable Height Swivel Black Faux Leather and Walnut Wood Bar Stool with Chrome Base from Armen Living. High-density foam cushions on the back and seat are wrapped in soft faux leather upholstery. The curved padded medium high back is ideal for posture alignment and an unmatched support for days on end. The adjustable seat height lever allows you to easily find a seat at your kitchen island, peninsula counter, or home bar. The 360-degree swivel motion allows you to easily engage with your friends and family regardless of their place in the room! The walnut wood arms wrap around the bottom of the seat, giving a true Mid-Century Modern feel to the kitchen bar stool. The sturdy chrome pedestal base keeps you firmly planted while the faux leather upholstery makes for easy cleanup, making this the perfect addition to any home! The Butterfly Adjustable Swivel Faux Leather and Walnut Wood Bar Stool with Chrome Base is available with your choice of Grey or Black faux leather upholstery.
- NOTE: Fabric color and saturation may vary due to lighting and monitor/phone screen settings.
- Sturdy construction for years of enjoyment
- Comes with swivel seat and footrest
- Chrome finish with walnut wood arms
- Butterfly contemporary metal adjustable barstool
- Comes with standard 1 year limited warranty
- Product Dimemsions: 21"W x 21"D x 35-43"H
||21"W x 21"D x 35-43"H Seat Height: 24.4-32.9"H
||22"W x 24"D x 15"H
|Quantity in Box
||Gray Faux Leather
||Walnut Wood, Faux Leather/Leatherette, Metal
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