Timothy Oulton Mimi Destroyed Raw Leather Dining Chair, Brown
A beloved bestseller from Timothy Oulton, The Mimi Dining Chair is as luxurious in looks as it is in comfort. The Mimi is a modern day interpretation of the classic 1940's French dining chair complete with stud detail, a flared back, a plump padded seat and tapered wooden legs.
Upholstered in brown destroyed raw leather, the Mimi Chair will add a unique look to your dining room.
This range is available in many different hides, each with unique characteristics including scars, grain variation and other markings. It is normal for leather to show signs of creasing and stretching and for interiors to lose density from use.
|Dimensions:||W51 x D62 x H89cm|
Seat height: 51cm
Seating area: W51 x D44cm
Assembly: Fully assembled
Upholstery: Brown Destroyed leather
Suspension: S-shaped steel with elastic webbing for heightened comfort
Cushioning: Foam and fibre filling
Care: We recommend Lord Sheratons Leather Balsam
Delivered within 7 working days*
Once you have placed your order, we will contact you to arrange a safe and contactless delivery.
Delivery charge: £29
*This may take slightly longer in busy periods or for long-distance deliveries.
- We deliver to UK mainland only.
- Our usual unpacking and assembly services are currently unavailable in certain areas, please see here for postcode exclusions.
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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