The Armen Living Cassie mid-century dining chair offers an optimal degree of comfort and style, perfect for the contemporary dining or living room. This modern dining chair features a softly curved back framed in a walnut wood finish and upholstered with plush faux leather. The Eiffel leg design features metal wires which enhance the support and durability of the tapered walnut wood legs. The Cassie even comes with floor protectors to ensure stability and minimize the risk of floor scratches. The thick medium-firm density cushion seat and back will provide you with all-day comfort. The medium-high open lower back is ideal for posture alignment and an unmatched support for days on end. The foundation of the product is supported by solid walnut wood for a chic and stylish aesthetic without comprising the 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 an easy and quick set up. We stand by the quality, the craftsmanship, and the integrity of our product by offering a 1-year warranty for all our products. The Cassie's upholstered seat comes in two sleek colors choices: black and gray. Product Dimensions: 21"W x 20"D x 31"H SH: 18"
- Sturdy construction for years of enjoyment
- Walnut wood finish
- Available in Gray or Black Faux Leather
- Product Dimemsions: 21"W x 20"D x 31"H
- Mid-century Modern Cassie Dining Chair
||21"W x 20"D x 31"H
||22"W x 18"D x 18"H
|Quantity in Box
||Black Faux Leather
||Walnut Wood, Faux Leather/Leatherette
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