The Connie Mid-century modern faux leather bar stool is a perfect fit in any modern or Mid-Century modern kitchen. This stool features channel stitching and is upholstered in beautiful brown faux leather. The foam-padded cushion makes the Connie exceptionally enticing with its comfortability. The medium-high seat back will give you ample lumbar support and keep you aligned. The wooden base is completed with a convenient footrest for a pleasant addition. This stool will surely gather attention at your next social gathering. We stand by the quality, the craftsmanship, and the integrity of our product by offering a 1-year warranty for all our products. We want our customers to enjoy our product and we will always be there to help with our top-notch customer service support. The Connie stool is available in your choice of 26" counter height or 30" bar height. Product Dimensions: 22"W x 20"D x 35"H SH: 26". Excellent choice for a contemporary dining setting.
- Product Dimensions: 22"W x 20"D x 35"H SH: 26"
- Designed with a high back for optimal comfortability
- Weight Capacity: 250 Pounds
- Includes faux leather upholstery and foam padding for added user support
- Sturdy poplar wood construction is crafted for durability and longevity
- This product ships in one box with quick and easy assembly
- Great for kitchen, dining, home office space, commercial setting or any living space in your home
- Well-crafted footrest adds extra comfortability and stability for the chair
||22"W x 20"D x 35"H
||23"W x 20"D x 28"H
|Quantity in Box
||Brown Faux Leather
||Chrome Steel, Faux Leather, Plywood
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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