Highly recommended for any commercial setting such as offices, schools, restaurants, training centers, and reception area. The Armen Living Frisco mid-century armless barstool is a terrific choice for any modern household. The elegant Frisco features a durable Matte Black finish metal frame and plush Black faux leather upholstered seat. This combination assures durability without compromising on the Frisco's unique contemporary aesthetic. The Frisco's back features a Grey Walnut wood panel that offers excellent back support while the 360 degree swivel seat allows for excellent user mobility while seated. The sleek straight leg design of the Frisco is balanced by the inclusion of a round footrest for added support. The Frisco's legs are tipped with floor protectors, assuring that the barstool will not slip on or scratch hardwood floors when moved. The beautiful Frisco barstool is available in two industry standard sizes; 26 inch counter and 30 inch bar height. Excellent choice for a contemporary dining setting.
- Manufacturer's 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Weight Capacity: 250 Pounds
- Straight leg design is complemented by convenient round footrest
- Product Dimensions: 19"W x 24"D x 36"H SH: 26"
- Square swivel seat presents a contemporary charm without compromising on functionality
- Includes subtly rounded wooden backrest for added comfort and support
- Frisco Mid-Century Barstool in Matte Black Finish and Vintage Black Faux Leather with Grey Walnut Wood
||36" H x 19" W x 24" D
||28" H x 22" W x 19" D
|Quantity in Box
||Vintage Black Faux Leather
||Faux Leather, Walnut Wood
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