Create a first-rate dining experience by offering your patrons great food, service and attractive furnishings. This classic walnut wood chair will offer guests a warm, inviting look when entering your establishment. This chair will make an attractive addition to your restaurant, lounge, bar or other high traffic venue. This chair is easy to clean, which is an important aspect when it comes to a business. This chair was designed to withstand the daily rigors in the hospitality industry, but will also provide a cozy, intimate quality to your home. The vertical slat back design and thickly padded, custom vinyl upholstered seat will keep your guests comfortable. The durable frame is stabilized with mortise and tenon construction with metal wood screw reinforcements and a curved support bar for extra stability. The floor glides help protect your floors and ensure smooth gliding. This charmingly styled chair is a must have, whether used in the home or your commercial business.
- Wood Dining Chair
- 800 lb. Weight Capacity
- Vertical Slat Back Design
- Custom Upholstered Seat
- 2.5" Thick Foam Padded Seat with CAL 117 Fire Retardant Foam
- Solid European Beech Hardwood Construction, Curved Support Bar
- Mortise and Tenon Style Construction with metal wood screw reinforcements
- Walnut Wood Frame Finish
- Floor Protector Plastic Glides
- Designed for Commercial Use; Suitable for Home Use
|Single Unit Weight
|Fixed Back Width
|Fixed Back Height From Seat
|Fixed Seat Width
|Fixed Seat Depth
|Fixed Seat Height
|ANSI BIFMA Certified
|Rated For Commercial Use
||Rated For Commercial Use
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