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Oxford Creek Marlin Mission-Inspired Arm Chair + Ottoman Set in Rust Microfiber

Item# 00874974000P | Model# 299912-1RU[C+O] | Added on October 27, 2010 | Seller:
Oxford Creek Marlin Mission-Inspired Arm Chair + Ottoman Set in Rust Microfiber
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Mission Oak Rust Chair and Ottoman is Stylish
This Oxford Creek Mission Style Oak Rust Chair + Ottoman Set will bring the beauty of the Arts and Crafts Movement into your own home. Made with the simple ease of a beloved traditional style, the chair has gracefully curved arms to make you comfortable, and a perfectly sized ottoman so you can put your feet up and really relax. The oak finish has the genuine glow of real wood, and the microfiber-covered cushions are both soft and sturdy.
Your Marlin Mission-Inspired Arm Chair + Ottoman Set will pull any room together with style. It’s a combination that is both comfortable and good-looking. You’ll choose this chair when you read or watch TV, and you’ll invite your favorite guests to sit in it. You will never get tired of this piece of furniture because it gives you balanced proportion and soothing style. Choose this perfectly designed chair from Oxford Creek, and make yourself at home.

  • Oxford Creek Mission Style Oak Rust Chair gives you comfort and style
  • Airy chair and ottoman make a relaxing combination for when you watch TV or just lounge
  • Substantial chair and ottoman that never look bulky
  • Gleaming Oak finish and softly resilient rust colored cushions to put you at ease
  • Well-made furniture that brings simplicity and grace into your home
  • Some assembly required, with full instructions included
  • Chair measures 33 inches by 30 inches by 32 inches high
  • Ottoman measures 26 inches by 20 inches by
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