Description The Saturn 26" Counter Height Swivel Brown Faux Leather and Auburn Bay Metal Bar Stool from Armen Living is a unique addition to any home or apartment. The Saturn's soft faux leather upholstery is wrapped around a high-density cushion that cover the back and seat of the kitchen stool, providing you with optimal comfort. The 360-degree swivel motion allows your guests to stay engaged at parties or gatherings regardless of their place in the room, making this the perfect stool for entertaining! The Saturn is ideal for any room in your house, such as your kitchen, office, home bar, or den due to the availability of 2 seat height options. The open seat back provides breathable seating and allows for easy movement around your home. The sturdy frame consists of a 4 leg-base that includes a ring footrest and floor protectors, ensuring the Saturn will not damage your floors, further accentuating its convenience. The Saturn Bar or Counter Stool is available in a brushed stainless-steel finish with grey or black faux leather, an auburn bay metal finish with brown faux leather, or a mineral metal finish with vintage black faux leather upholstery.
- Low back includes foam padding and upholstery for added lumbar support
- Product Dimensions: 22"W x 24"D x 38"H SH: 26"
- Unique seat shape is complemented by 360 degree swivel functionality
- Saturn Mid-Century Barstool in Auburn Bay Finish and Ford Brown Faux Leather
- Includes round footrest for enhanced leg support and floor protectors to prevent scratches
||38" H x 22" W x 24" D
||28" H x 23" W x 23" D
|Quantity in Box
||Ford Brown Faux Leather
||Metal, Faux Leather
||42% POLYESTER, 40%PU, 18%COTTON
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