The Rustic City Stool provides a clean, multi-functional seating option, with a modern, industrial look. Comfortable padded stool seat, coordinated with charcol black metal footrest will enhance any decor. Pair with matching counter height table for a quaint eating and drinking spot in your living room, den, kitchen breakfast nook or small dining room.
- Industrial inspired counter height dining stool carries a distressed design
- Easy to clean polyester and linen blend seat cover
- Neutral tan fabric will blend with any color scheme
- High density foam filled seats provide ultimate comfort
- Top and front of footrest framed with secure, riveted charcoal gray cast metal for an interesting contrast and solid foot support
- Crafted from kiln-dried Monterey Pine to ensure lasting strength and stability
- Eco-friendly, water based stain and sealers bring out the beauty of the natural wood grain
- Multi-step finishing process consists of alternating steps of sanding, staining and applications of several finishing coats for a durable stool that will stand years of daily use
- Environmentally sustainable wood from ISO 14001 and Certfor compliant Chilean plantations
- Strong plastic inserts keep your tile and hardwood floors protected
Overall: 26'H x 17'D x 17'W
Seat cushion: 2.5'H x 16'D x 16'W
Top of seat to top of footrest: 19"
Squared frame and footrest: 1.5"
Frame height: 23.5'H
Weight: 31 lbs.
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Care: Clean with light furniture polish, wipe with dry, lint-free cloth
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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