This dining chair from the Architrave collection is inspired by antique French neoclassical design, from its gracefully curved back to the elegantly tapered legs. Crafted from pine in a rustic hand-glazed finish, the chair is upholstered in a soft neutral woven fabric, complete with luxurious button tufting for maximum eye-catching comfort. This side chair can be used to enhance a dining chair set or as an occasional chair in a bedroom or living space.
- Dimensions In Inches: w-24.5 x d-27 x h-41
- Dimensions In Centimeters: w-62.23 x d-68.58 x h-104.14
- Weight: 31.97 .lbs
- Furniture Piece:
- Style: New Traditional Finish: Almond Material: Pine solids and veneer
- Collection: Architrave
- Step across the threshold of a new design frontier with the Architrave collection. Based on an architectural term that refers to a frame surrounding a doorway, this collection symbolizes a transition from history to the future. Architrave is historically inspired, reinventing the strong lines and classic symmetry of Neoclassical style from the Louis XVI period in France. This trendsetting 18th-century style is perfectly reimagined as a new "casual classic," dressed down in materials to evoke a more softened and livable feeling to suit modern taste. Pine solids and veneers are wire brushed and hand glazed in an almond tone with softened corners and worn details, finished with the delicate patina of oil rubbed bronze hardware. The final result is a vintage look and feel with a casual, softened aesthetic that goes with multitudes of décor options. Historical form meets contemporary function in this elegant collection.
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