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Lisa Marie Dining Chair

Aidan Gray

 
No fuss here with our Aidan Gray Lisa Marie Dining Chair featuring carved front legs and a full cane back. The Lisa Marie dining chair will be the perfect fit into just about any style home that you have. Use it in our deep burnt oak finish, Varick Cement upholstered seat and rustic nailheads or in our lighter offering. Don't forget about the matching bar and counter stools available.
SKU CH458 BOCM-CB
Color Burnt Oak
Cushion Foam
Color/Finish Burnt Oak & Cement
Height 38.5 IN
Width 21.75 IN
Length 20.25 IN
Box Weight #N/A
Shipping Box Width 29.5 IN
Shipping Box Height 43.75 IN
Shipping Box Depth 21.25 IN
Fabric Varick1 5% Linen 85% Poly

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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