Windsor chairs are famous for their uncomplicated and universal design. Transform a kitchen corner into a cozy breakfast nook with these open and airy spindle back chairs. The seat has a saddle shape to assure maximum comfort with arms that give just the right support, yet slightly short, enabling you to sit down and get up with ease. We love that the chestnut brown seats blend with your wood cabinets and furniture, while the modern off-white distressed finish will lighten and update your dining space. Constructed from solid eco-friendly Malaysian oak, this farmhouse chic armchair is truly timeless and looks fantastic when paired with other dining room furniture pieces in the Andrews Collection.
Includes One bowed spindle back dining chair with arms
Beautiful slightly distressed off white with smooth chestnut brown wood will match with your cottage or classic décor
Constructed from solid kiln dried Malaysian Oak also known as rubberwood
Attractive arched back with varied height spindle rods that flow to the chair arms
Comfortable sculpted seat
Turned angled legs ensure stability on any floor type
Strong bolt together design
Suitable for residential or commercial use
Overall: 41 H x 25 D x 23.5 W
Seat: 18 H x 18 D x 20.5 W
Seat back: 24 H
Arm from floor: 25 H
Arm from seat: 7.5 H x 10 D
Weight: 21 lbs.
Product Care: Clean with light furniture polish, wipe with dry, lint-free cloth
No assembly required
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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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