Description The Armen Living Memphis modern dining accent char is a wonderful addition to the contemporary kitchen, dining or living room setting. This contemporary style dining chair features soft diamond stitched velvet upholstery, making this chair a truly unique and stylish piece. The style and sophistication of this contemporary piece is sure to impress. The sturdy straight leg design enhances the support and durability of this exquisite chair. The Memphis even comes with floor protectors to ensure stability and minimize the risk of floor scratches. The thick cushioned seat and back is ideal for posture alignment and an unmatched support for days on end. The foundation of the product is supported by antique brass metal for a chic and stylish aesthetic without comprising practicality and functionality of this item. 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. We want our customers enjoy our product and we will always be there to help with our top-notch customer service support. The Memphis is available in Gray and blue velvet.
- Diamond stitch pattern
- Wood and Metal frame for solid and sturdy structure
- Smooth and silky velvet upholstery
- Elegant Antique Brass Legs
- Upholstery Color: Blue
- Comes with standard 1 year limited warranty
- NOTE: Color and saturation may vary due to lighting and monitor/phone screen settings
||20.00"W x 23.00"D x 35.00"H
||26.00" H x 44.00" W x 34.00" D
|Quantity in Box
||Velvet, Wood, Metal
||Blue/ Metal Antique Brass
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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