Description The Armen Living Phoebe contemporary arm chair is a well-proportioned, unassuming, and yet simply elegant addition to your modern dwelling. Add some color to your home with this bold and stylish mid-century designed dining chair. Upholstered in textured fabric over a hardwood frame and complete with a generously cushioned seat and back, the Phoebe is the epiphany of comfort and style. This brilliant chair also features padded armrests for further relaxation. Its walnut wood finished metal legs further enhance its mid-century appeal while assuring durability. The plush 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 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. The Phoebe is available in Gray, Green and Orange Fabric upholstery.
- Medium height slightly tapered arm rest for optimal relaxation
- Product Dimensions: 25"W x 24"D x 33"H SH: 18"
- Medium high cushioned back to help keep your back supported and aligned
- Sturdy construction for years of enjoyment
- Curved back upholstered seat and back for all day comfort at your home office or dining area
- Great for Kitchen, Dining, Home Office space, Commercial Setting or any living space in your home
||33" H x 25" W x 24" D
||20" H x 26" W x 22" D
|Quantity in Box
||Walnut Wood, Fabric, Metal
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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