The Graduate Accent Chair


$717.60 $897


Crushed Micro-Chenille Blush
Black


CUSTOM BUILT PIECES THAT STAND THE TEST OF TIME

Custom designed
Shipped in four weeks or less
Sustainable product
  • The Graduate accent chair is an accomplishment in lightweight form, with comfort in spades. Whether in the living room, bedroom or reading nook, it passes with flying colors. Its beautiful steel frame can be customized in a number of metal finishes with dozens of fabric variations to mix and match. Structured Velvet takes the cake for durability and vibrancy of color, while Crushed Micro-Chenille is a classic fabric choice.

    • Width: 25"
    • Depth: 30"
    • Height: 29"
  • Items are shipped in as little as two weeks. For details on our flat rate shipping, check out our shipping page
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    After seeing our materials in person, you'll know we're a great catch.

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  • Construction

    • Internal Frame:
      Plywood and Poplar Wood
    • External Frame:
      Steel
    • Suspension:
      Webbing
    • Joints:
      Welded

    Upholstery

    • Back Internal Frame:
      Foam and Dacron
    • Seat Internal Frame:
      Compressed Dacron
    • Seat Cushions:
      N/A
    • Back Cushions:
      N/A
    • Removable Cushions:
      No
    • Removable Covers:
      No
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    WHO LOVES WHOM

    Will it fit?

    • Measure the (interior) height and width of all doorways.


    • Check how wide your door can open, including if it blocks the full width of the doorway.


    • Check all moulding and detailing that may limit the span of the doorway.

    • Measure the width of your stairway, between handrails, posts and/or adjacent walls.


    • Measure the height from the steps to the ceiling, from the bottom step to the top.


    • Measure to ensure the piece will be able toswivel, pivot or move around landings andturning points.

    • Measure the width of all hallways, including turns, twists or other variances.


    • Check for mouldings, fixtures and any other details that may limit the dimensions of the space.


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