What should you look for when buying Modway Path Mid-Century Modern Four Kitchen and Dining Room Chair?
MID-CENTURY SIDE CHAIR - Retro-inspired and visually appealing, this side chair is the perfect interface between contemporary and mid-century design with organic intrigue perfect for the modern home VERSATILE CHAIR - Delivering style and function, Path is a versatile mid-century modern kitchen or dining room chair perfect for retro or contemporary small space living. Includes plastic foot pads SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION - Durable and strong, the clean lines of the lacquered fiberboard frame are effortlessly complemented by the sturdy splayed beechwood dowel legs, bringing a seamless aesthetic DINING CHAIR MEASUREMENTS - Complement modern and eclectic mid-century d cors with this stylish dining side chair. Product Dimensions: 20"L x 18"W x 34"H Maximum Weight Capacity: 285 lbs.
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The arrangement of chrome-plated steel wires portrays a sense of wonderment.
With easel like solid ash wood legs, and coated fiberboard round top.
The square dining table boasts a retro look that's fun and functional.
Features a coated cast-iron foot ring for a versatile mid-century themed homes.
Ideal for everyday dining or entertaining that makes a striking statement.
Elevate your d cor with the mid-century pedestal in rose gold steel base table.
Find your center of balance in the circular path of life. Path Dining Room Accent Chair possesses simple fluid lines that subtly generate a powerful statement. Sit down in this smooth dining chair and breathe deeply on the fiberboard frame and solid beech wood legs, and let the conversations and ideas begin to flow. Complete your dining room, living room, lounge room, office or other seating area decor with the Path Accent Chair.
Customer reviewsQuality issue
I got an unboxed version of this chair from Amazon Warehouse deals which stated that the box was damaged and there was cosmetic damage on the chair's surface, so I thought that I could cover cosmetic damage since I wanted to paint the chair. The chair arrived with structural damage where the wood was splitting at points where the screws attach the legs to the seat. The last person who ordered this unit must have used a powerdrill and gone too far in tightening the screws because the chair is splitting open since I gently installed the legs to see how bad the damage was.