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Safavieh Morris Sloping Arm Dining Chair Silver Nail Heads - Set Of 2

Safavieh

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SKU: MCR4708A-SET2
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Beige
Oyster
Biege

Beige
Oyster
Biege

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Description

With low sloping arms and confident lines, the Morris sloping arm dining chair is full of classic appeal softened by pure linen fabric, shown in beige. Crafted from birch wood, the simple round legs, finished in espresso, and stainless steel nail head trim add an extra layer of dimension. MiNr assembly required.

  • Specification

    Product Dimensions: 23.2" W x 27.2" D x 39.4" H

    Seat Dimensions: 18.5" W x 17.9" D x 19.7" H

    Product Weight: 26.4 LBS

    Wood Content: Birchwood

    Upholstery Content: 100% Linen

    Metal Type: Stainless Steel

    Metal Color: Silver Nail Heads

    Color: Beige, Oyster, Biege

    Assembly Required: Yes

    SKU: MCR4708A-SET2, MCR4708B-SET2, MCR4708C-SET2

    Brand: Safavieh

  • Additional Information:

    Material: Wood, Linen, Stainless Steel

    Color: Beige, Grey, Gray

    Style: Traditional

    Chair Back Height: Mid Back

    Assembly Reqd Or Not: Reqd Assembly

    Pattern: Geometric

    Cushioned Or Not: Cushioned

    Armed Or Not: With Arms

    Pieces In Set: 2 Piece Set

  • Care Instructions

    To prevent overall soiling, frequent vacuuming or light brushing is recommended. Cushions and pillows should be turned on a weekly basis. Down-filled cushions should be brushed rather than vacuumed. Spot clean, using a mild water-free solvent or dry cleaning product. Only a professional cleaner should undertake a complete overall cleaning. The use of steam or water-based cleaners may cause excessive shrinking or staining.

  • Returns & Exchanges

    Non-returnable.

    Damaged items will be replaced.

    See full return policy

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