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Costway Modern Accent Armchair Upholstered Single Sofa Chair w/ 2-Side Pockets Navy

Item# SPM15741825824 | Model# HV10041NY | Added on December 30, 2020 |
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Costway Modern Accent Armchair Upholstered Single Sofa Chair w/ 2-Side Pockets Navy
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A great accent chair elevates your quality of life! This linen fabric armchair combines modern trends with functionality, which is beautiful to look at and comfortable to sit on. It is overstuffed with high-density sponge and PP cotton, providing a comfortable seating. Besides, ergonomically designed wide armrests and backrest offer support to your arms and lumbar, making this accent chair more comfortable. Solid wood plywood structure with rubber wood legs enhances the whole stability with bearing capacity of 265 lbs/120 kg. This accent chair would be a great addition to your living room, office, and more. Besides, the upgraded side pockets allow you to conveniently put newspaper, remote and so on. In addition, anti-skid foot mats protect your floor from scratching.

Features:
Solid rubber wood legs offer the chair stability and reliability
Filled with high-density sponge and PP cotton for comfortable sitting experience
Covered with skin-friendly and breathable linen fabric
Ergonomic design with wide armrest, backrest cushion and deep seat
Designed with side pockets for you to put small items
Simple and modern design, button tufting details, ideal for most homes and offices
Easy to assemble with detailed instructions
Maximum weight capacity of 265 lbs

Specifications:
Color: Navy
Material: Linen, Sponge, PP Cotton, Solid Wood Plywood, Rubber Wood
Product Dimension: 29.5” x 32” x 34” (L x W x H)
Seat Dimension: 21” x 20.5” (D x W)
Seat Height: 17 ... read more
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