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[ELEGANT DESIGN] - Contemporary luxury style accent lounge chair along with button tufted detail with silky velvet fabric
[SOLID STRUCTURE] - Durable metal frame; sturdy flayed metal legs with a bold gold finish and will confidently hold users up to 250LB
[COMFY SEATING] - Ergonomic huggy wingback design; upholstered in expertly premium velvet fabric; tight seat filled with high density foam around frame and back as well
[DIMENSIONS]- 26.38''L x 28.35''W x 38.58''H, Seat Width: 24.02'', Seat Depth:18.90'', Seat Height: 17.32'', Back Height: 22.05â. Easy to assemble
[VERSATILE USE] - Perfectly used in multiple applications including bedrooms, living rooms, waiting rooms, lobbies, and reception areas
- [Note] - Color may slightly vary due to light effect - Always online service, any issue please contact our team
- [Specification] - Style: Modern, Contemporary - Color: Grey / Pink / Green - Material: Velvet, Foam, Wood, Metal - Overall Dimensions: 26.38 ''L x 28.35''W x 38.58''H - Seat Size: W24.02â x D18.90â x H17.32â - Back Height: 24.02â - Weight Capacity: 250LB - Assembly Required: Yes - Package Include: 1 x Accent Chair
- [Feature] - Diamond Button Tufting - Ergonomic High-Back Support - Upholstered in a plush and luxurious fabric - Thick Padded Seat Cushion amp; Huggry Wingback - Solid Metal Frame with Golden finished Legs
- [Careamp;Maintenance] - Vacuum clean - Wipe clean with a damp cloth
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