Carisbrooke Dining Chair with Turned Legs and Wooden Seat, Stucco White
The Carisbrooke Dining Room Chair from the Country Cottage collection embodies the classic style and elegance of modern furnishing. The dining chair has turned Legs and a wooden seat, and is made from reclaimed pine with a smooth stucco white painted finish, accentuated with a sundried ash finished top. It gives the County Cottage an understated, calming beauty.
The Carisbrooke range boasts a rustic painted finish and is susceptible to timber movement, knots and general distressing. Natural markings, small holes, colour differences and rustic grain variations are apparent throughout this collection.
|Dimensions:||W46 x D53 x H101cm|
Seat height 48.5cm
Seat area: W43 x D40cm
Assembly: Fully assembled on delivery
Frame: Reclaimed pine
Finish: Stucco white paint
Delivered within 7 days*
Once you have placed your order, we will contact you to arrange a safe and contactless delivery.
Delivery charge: £29
*There are some out of area postcodes that may take us a little longer to reach than stated. If you’d like more information, please speak to our sales team on 0333 010 2352 or email us.
- We deliver to UK mainland only.
- We can safely deliver this item to your room of choice.
- In order to keep our customers and staff as safe as possible, our usual unpacking and assembly services are temporarily suspended.
Free Collection: Order online and we'll let you know as soon as your item is ready for collection. Once in stock, items can take up to 14 days to reach your chosen warehouse. Some items may require assembly if using this service. Read more about our safe and contactless collection services here.
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