Regency side chair has a hardwood frame with hand-rubbed cherry veneer finish
Add class and comfort to your office with this sturdy side chair with a hand-rubbed finish. It comes with curved arm rests and padded seat and back cushions in a glossy vinyl for added comfort and style. The vinyl finish adds durability to the chair, ma king it worth the investment. The hand-rubbed finish imparts a sleek finish with an elegant effect. The padded seats increases the comfort for the visitors in your office. The chair is best suited for reception and waiting rooms.
Made of cherry wood with a vinyl color
Legs and frame made of cherry wood
34"H x 22"W x 23"D
Side chair used in offices and houses
Features a curved arm for maximum comfort
Comes with a 2 year warranty
Keep your patients and clients content and comfortable with this Regency side chair. This vinyl and wood side chair features curved arms, which keeps your guests from fatiguing while waiting to see you. The padded seat on this cherry side chair keeps them comfortable, while the padded back of the chair cushions the spine throughout use.
Padded Seat and Back This side chair is equipped with a padded seat and back. The padded seat keeps your patients from tiring, while the padded back keeps their spines straight and comfortable.
Curved Arms This chair features curved arms, which give your guests a pleasant sitting experience throughout their visit. This stationary position prevents arm fatigue, especially during extended waiting times. This curved arm design also gives multiple side chairs a chic, cohesive feel when they are lined up in groups throughout your reception area.
Attractive, Durable Design The hand-rubbed cherry veneer finish of this chair keeps it shiny, which helps to maintain a clean, hygienic appearance in your waiting area. The sturdy hardwood frame of this waiting room chair lends the chair structural stability for long-term, frequent use in your business or practice.
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