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Waiting Room Chair with Light Oak Finish & Smooth Upholstery – Cream

Cream Waiting Area Chair, Weighs 28 lbs
Color: Tan
Finish: Light
Material: Oak / Vinyl
  • Light Oak Wood Architecture
  • Supports Up to 400 Pounds
  • Contemporary Style
  • Vinyl Upholstery
  • Coordinates with other Dakota Wave Furniture Pieces


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$141.62 / Each (USD)


Cream Waiting Area Chair with Arms

This cream waiting area chair is perfect for a retail shop or room entryway. The unit features vinyl upholstery and a light oak wood design to accommodate your existing décor design. The waiting area chair for lounges has a maximum weight of 400 pounds and sturdy build for long lasting use. Setting up the seat is a breeze, just attach the cushions to the wooden arm posts using the sliding brackets. Incorporate the chair in a room entryway for a balanced arrangement and layout. Shop our site today for this lounge furniture and give your business a creative and comfortable feel!


Brand Wooden Mallet
Overall Width x Height x Depth 21.5" x 33.5" x 23.3"
Weight 28.0lbs
Material Vinyl, Oak
Finish Light
Placement Style Floor Standing
Color Tan
Backrest Height 15.0"
Seat Width x Seat Height x Depth 19.5" x 19.5" x 20.0"
Weight Capacity 400.0 lbs.

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