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Swedish Dining Chair

Aidan Gray

The simplicity of the Swedish Dining Chair has quickly become an Aidan Gray favorite. The slight curve of the back, with its crisscross design, along with the carved legs provide strong stylistic features without being garish. Our antique gray finish complemented by textured linen and rustic nailheads top this dining chair off. The Swedish collection is offered in bar and counter stools as well as occasional chairs and settees of similar simplistic features.
Color Gray
Cushion Foam
Color/Finish AntiqueGray&TecturedLinen
Height 37.8 IN
Width 21.65 IN
Length 19.29 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.35
Box Weight 0 lbs
Shipping Box Width 30.31 IN
Shipping Box Height 44.09 IN
Shipping Box Depth 20.87IN
Fabric 100% Linen

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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