Wellington Accent Chair - Pattern 2 (Made in USA)
240 - Orleans LapisRegular price $899.99 Sale price $699.99 Save $200.00
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The Wellington Orleans accent chair is a beautiful, one-of-a-kind design with sloped arms with an outside arm welt, tight back and box border seat cushion. The loose cushion, paisley pattern and coffee finish splayed legs make this a fun occasional chair and a conversation piece in any room. It is a beautiful accent to the wellington sofa group. The fabric is 100% Polyester that is not only beautiful but also durable. The Wellington Orleans accent chair is 32" wide, 35" deep, 36" tall and weighs 60 lbs.
37"L x 32"W x 36"H
Crafted from hardwood and hardwood plywood
Wellington Orleans fabric finish
Fabric content: 100% Polyester
Sloped arms with outside arm welt
Box border seat cushion
Splayed legs in coffee finish
85 gauge no sag seat springs
18 density dacron wrapped cushions
Fiber filled backs and pillows
Loose reversible backs and seat cushions
Made in the usa
At Accents@Home, our goal is to create pieces that stand the test of time and seamlessly become a part of your lifestyle. Whether you’re bingeing TV shows on one of our plush fabric sectionals or enjoying an intimate dinner with your loved ones on one of our solid wood dining tables – we want these experiences to last for years to come.
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