Highly recommended for any commercial setting such as offices, schools, restaurants, training centers, and reception area. The Armen Living Orchid contemporary dining chair's rounded back design hugs you while you sit, providing you with an unmatched degree of comfort and lumbar support. The elegant Orchid is constructed out of a combination of Black Powder Coated steel and Poplar wood. This coupling of durable materials assures that the Orchid will last for many years without compromising on the chair's unique aesthetic appeal. The Orchid is padded with foam and upholstered in stylish Grey Fabric. The chair's texture is soft to the touch and certain to leave you feeling relaxed and comfortable. The Orchid's straight legs include rubber nibs, assuring that the chair will not damage hardwood or tile floors when dragged. The Orchid is an excellent choice for the dining room, but versatile enough to serve as additional seating in just about any room of the house. The Orchid is available with your choice of a Walnut Glazed or Black Brushed Wood color back design.
- An excellent dining room choice, but versatile enough for just about any room of the house
- Includes fabric upholstery and foam padding for added user support
- Unique tall back design assures comfort without compromising on modern aesthetic quality
- Weight Capacity: 250 Pounds
- Product Dimensions: 23,5"W x 22"D x 30,5"H SH: 19"
- Comes with standard 1 year limited warranty
- NOTE: Fabric color and saturation may vary due to lighting and monitor/phone screen settings.
||30.5" H x 23.5" W x 22" D
||19" H x 25" W x 23" D
|Quantity in Box
||Black Powder Coated
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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