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17 inch dining chair Seat Height Medium firm Cushion for comfort and durability Natural and Blue Pattern fabric Wood legs in a natural Finish Sold as a Set of 1, with a weight capacity of 250 lbs
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Crisp, cool, and timeless. Inspired by the classic patterns and designs of traditional menswear. Men's fashion leaves a lasting impression that translates well into the world of home furniture.
If you love of all things pretty, fancy, and just generally extravagant, glam style may be perfect for you. Rich fabrics, soft colors and metallic accents combine to create a look that plays on the extravagant creating a stunning, sparkling, all around elegant appearance.
Clean lines, geometric shapes, and tapered legs are the basics for a Mid-Century Modern style.
Velvet for all Cozy up with this soft, plush, low maintenance fabric while it adds a pop of timeless elegance to any room.
This parson dining chair is part of the Lexie living and dining room collection. It showcases a beautiful pattern in vintage indigo on a tan linen rich background. This Jacobean print has a relaxed and vintage feel. The dining chair features an transitional upholstered seat and back for an modern elegant feel. The wood legs feature a soft natural finish. Easy assembly. Matching barstools also available in both counter and bar Height. Other matching living room items available in the same fabric in the home pop Lexie collection.
Customer reviewsVery pretty not always level to the ground
I am glad i bought these -- they are really quite pretty, and especially for the price Being mindful that they are among the cheaper options is always important. Do i think they will last for my son to pass along to his kids No. Do they look like they will last for the next 20 years I think so Now, assembly got easier with each chair -- it did require some patience in the beginning. But I got the knack. That said, there is a bit of a wobble because two of the legs don't touch ground at the same time. Which is annoying. But i do hope they might work themselves out as they are sat in over time. And, again, the aesthetics of them is quite nice They are comfortable too