Brown Armen Living Sonata 30″ High Square Micro Fiber Backless Bar Stool
Reflecting the lifestyle and trends of today with an eye towards tomorrow, the Armen Art Sonata Bar Stool blends distinctive styling with a contemporary flair that will truly enhance your home bar or kitchen's look. Features and Specifications: Microfiber cushioned seat 1.8 density foam Backless stationary barstool Ebony finished wood legs Choose the right seat! Counter height stools are usually 24" – 26" in height and is often used for a 35" – 36" high table Bar height stools are 30" high and is used for a 40" – 42" high table Table height chairs are 18" high and works well for 28" – 30" high tables. Spectator Bar stools are commonly used for indoor halls or outdoor setting, not specific for any table, uses of which are mostly customized Find the right table! Counter Height Table ? will be around 35? to 38? in height and will work well with counter height stools which have a 24? to 26? seat height Bar Height Tables – usually goes to about 40? to 42? high and will work well with Bar Stools which have a 29? – 31? seat height Dining Tables ? are commonly 28? to 30? high and is used with chairs with seat height 18? or below Microfiber Care and Maintenance Microfiber is a man made fabric finished to replicate suede or leather. The content being the same as any polyester fabric, it is a popular material for furniture upholstery as it gives the luxurious look at a fraction of the price. While microfiber is a textile that is water repellant, it is not exempt from proper maintenance and care for your furniture?s longevity. Below are tips on how to make your microfiber-made furniture last: Since this fabric is water repellant, water tends to bead and not spread. In a water or liquid spill, dab on the spill with an absorbent cloth immediately ? do not rub as this causes the water to spread and soak in. There are available microfiber cleaning products available that are specially designed for maintenance of this fabric. Do n
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