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Chandler Dining Chair

Chandler Dining Chair

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Description


The Chandler Dining Chair is casual style chair which offers more contemporary features like tapered legs that slope gently in back and an ergonomic slatted back. 

Wood & Stains: 
The Side and Arm chairs are shown in Brown Maple with an Asbury stain. This style is available as a side chair, arm chair, and bar chair. Available in any of our hardwoods; it comes standard with a wood seat or you can upgrade to an upholstered, leather, or faux leather seat.

Product Details:


Dimensions:
Side Chair: 19"w x 17.5"d x 39.25"h

Arm Chair: 23"w x 17.5"d x 39.25"h
Seating area: 19" x 17.5"
Seat height: 18"
Arm height on arm chairs: 15"
Bar Stool: 19"w x 17.5"d
Bar stool back height from seat: 18.5" 

Available Wood Types:
Red Oak, Brown Maple, Rustic Cherry, Cherry, Hard Maple, Quarter Sawn White Oak, Hickory and Walnut

Upholstery Options:
Standard upholstery, leather and faux leathers collection: Heartland Fabrics
Premium fabrics available through Greenhouse fabrics: Greenhouse Fabric Collection 
If you are interested in a Greenhouse fabric, please contact us for pricing.

    Just like our furniture, our samples are crafted by hand with sophistication and accuracy. We offer a full variety of options to ensure the best design fit for you and your space. Our finishing process offers a near unlimited amount of opportunity to transform your space into exactly how you imagine it.

    For more info, and high quality images, view our Stain Guide.

    Lead Time

    Standard lead time is 3 months from the time of order to delivery. This is an estimate and can vary by season and builder workload.

    Delivery

    $450 Curbside and $650 Inside delivery with assembly

    To find out more about our shipping and delivery, please visit our Delivery Options page.

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