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Giantex Swivel Accent Chair Fabric Vanity Study Armchair w/Beech Wood Legs Gray

Item# SPM15777573324 | Model# HW66984 | Added on March 24, 2021 |
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Giantex Swivel Accent Chair Fabric Vanity Study Armchair w/Beech Wood Legs Gray
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Our special swivel accent chair is the best option for adding the first-class comfort to your residence. The linen chair will definitely bring elegance to any space when adding seats. There is no doubt that this multi-purpose accent chair can be used for study, work, makeup and chat. The breathable linen cloth feels good to the touch and offers a comfortable sitting feeling. This accent chair brings a comfortable sitting feeling thanks to the spacious seat filled with the high-density sponge and backrest supporting the back. Meanwhile, the beech wood legs provide a stable structure that can withstand a maximum weight of 330 lbs. This leisure chair features non-slip foot pads so that when you move the chair, it will not scratch the floor. Besides, you can move it without worrying about its noise or whether it damages the floor.

Features:
360°rotating design makes it easy to change direction
Covered with breathable linen for good touch and maximum comfort
Stable beech wood base for better stability and bearing capacity of 330 lbs
Comfortable curved back, filled with high-density sponge
Armrests on both sides aim to relax your arms
With non-slip foot pads to protect the floor from scratches
Multi-purpose use such as: chatting, learning, dining, etc.

Specifications:
Color: Gray, Natural
Material: Linen Fabric, Sponge, Beech Wood
Overall product Dimension: 23.5" x 24" x 36.5" (L x W x H)
Seat product Dimension: 18" x 18.5" (L x W)
Net Weight: 19.5 lbs
Maximum Weight: 330lbs
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