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Giantex Mid Century Swivel Accent Chair Hot-Stamping Cloth Armchair Retro Brown

Item# SPM15777585024 | Model# HW66985 | Added on March 25, 2021 |
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Giantex Mid Century Swivel Accent Chair Hot-Stamping Cloth Armchair Retro Brown
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Whether it is to highlight the living room or to provide a place to relax, our upholstered accent chair is an excellent choice. This kind of armchair can be used in various room settings: for example, as a dressing chair in the bedroom, as a computer chair in the study room, and as an accent chair in the living room. The 360° free rotation design provides more convenience for your direction adjustment. The hot-stamping cloth is not only soft and comfortable, but also adds a sense of nostalgia. More importantly, the solid beech wood chair legs form a solid X-shaped structure to withstand the test of time for an excellent bearing capacity of 330 lbs. Each bottom of the chair legs is equipped with anti-scratch and anti-noise foot pad to protect the floor from scratches.

Features:
360° rotation allows you to change direction at any time
Soft hot-stamping cloth for excellent touch and good breathability
Filled with high-density sponge, for good elasticity and ultimate comfort
Beech wood legs combined with pine wood frame to support greater weight
Padded backrest provides back support to relieve fatigue
The seat is spacious enough for different groups of people
Non-slip foot pads increase stability and offer protection of the floor
The medieval style is suitable for multiple occasions, such as: rest, chat, makeup, dining

Specifications:
Color: Retro Brown, Natural
Material: Hot-stamping Cloth, Sponge, Beech Wood
Overall product Dimension: 23.5" x 24" x 36.5" (L x W x H)
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