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- 30 % Rattan and wooden bar chair in white
  • Forest Stewardship Council
  • Recyclable furniture

Tradition Rattan and wooden bar chair in white

Create an authentic and welcoming living space with the Tradition bar stool.
This satin wooden chair will light up your kitchen or your lounge in radiant white.
A successful contrast with its natural rattan seat, this high chair is perfectly suited to classical furnishings.
And in order to adapt your interior design, this chair with a crossed backrest is also available with a whitewash finish, in natural wood, or with a steel crossed backrest.

This product is no longer sold by Maisons du Monde


129,90 € 90,90 €

This product is no longer sold by Maisons du Monde


Description

Ref. 122769

Dimensions (cm) : H110 x W48 x DE43
Weight : 6 Kg

Create an authentic and welcoming living space with the Tradition bar stool.
This satin wooden chair will light up your kitchen or your lounge in radiant white.
A successful contrast with its natural rattan seat, this high chair is perfectly suited to classical furnishings.
And in order to adapt your interior design, this chair with a crossed backrest is also available with a whitewash finish, in natural wood, or with a steel crossed backrest.

Forest Stewardship Council

The FSC® logo identifies products containing wood from a responsibly-managed forest, certified to Forest Stewardship Council® standards.

Recyclable furniture

This product is recyclable. When it has come to the end of its life, remember to take it to a collection point.

Additional information

Frame and legs: pine and plywood
Seat: natural rattan
Finish: lightly aged white paint, satin-finish nitrocellulose varnish
Seat height 76cm.

Wood type and country of origin: Pine (Pinus Radiata) - New Zealand
Wood type and country of origin: Plywood (Pine - Pinus spp.) - China

Origin of main wood: China
Botanical name for main wood: Betula Alba
Botanical name for secondary wood: Rhapis Excelsia
Main wood variety: Birch
Secondary wood variety: Rattan
Origin of secondary wood: China