Brooklyn Dining Chair

by Beliani
From £119 £99
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  • 10+ in stock. Delivered within 2 - 3 weeks
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Product description

Be on trend and comfortable while you dine with this beautiful Brooklyn Dining Chair. Exude the chic, New York apartment look by adding this beautiful piece into your home. The chair features charming beech wood legs that contrast nicely against the modern polyester upholstery.

It's a charming chair made with thick seams, comfortable seating and sturdy backrest. Square stitching and elegant buttons add to the chic vibe of the piece.

Features:
Materials: beech wood, 100% polyester, metal
Elegant modern design
Comfortable to use
Easy to maintain

Dimensions:
Height: 88 cm
Width: 42 cm
Depth: 51 cm
Seat Height: 42.5 cm

Product code:58897
Dimensions:w42 x d51 x h88cm
Wood tones:beech (wood)
Colours:black, blue, brown/beige
Materials:wood, fabric
GTIN:4260586358780

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About the brand

Beliani is a European manufacturer of stylish modern furniture at super-affordable prices. They design and produce items such as furniture, beds, sofas, tables, bathtubs, chairs and much more.

They already have over 200,000 satisfied customers and offer up to five years warranty on all of their products. They work only with carefully selected manufacturers.

And 92% of their furniture is in stock and ready for delivery within just a few days!

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