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Art Deco Desk Chair

About the Item

Inspired by a Dupre Lafon design, our custom Art Deco Desk Chair is elegant, modern, classic, and timeless. This model chair is typically used as a desk chair, but it can also be great as a dining chair. Our standard model comes with arms, but the chair can be redesigned as a side chair as well. The wood frame is made of solid wood, typically oak or walnut. Different wood types and finishes are available upon request. The wood frame has exposed dark bronze screws, giving the chair an added unique detail. The upholstered seat and back have a special inner suspension, giving the chair added comfort and longevity. The chair can be done in both COM and COL. Fabric and yardage quantities will be provided upon request.
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