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Painted West Dining Chair

Aidan Gray

If you are looking for the dining chair with the perfect, flowing lines look no further than the Aidan Gray Painted West Dining Chair. Fitting into most styles, it will add a more formal flare in a casual dining room while still being one of the most comfortable seats in the house. The stonewood gray finish on the frame and Varick Storm upholstery are accented by silver nailheads and a textured linen back of the back rest.
Color Gray
Cushion Foam
Color/Finish Stonewood Gray & Storm
Height 40.25 IN
Width 24 IN
Length 20 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.43
Box Weight 0 lbs
Shipping Box Width 29.53 IN
Shipping Box Height 43.31 IN
Shipping Box Depth 20.47IN
Fabric 15% Linen 85% Poly

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