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Mullins Occasional Chair

Aidan Gray

We thought it was time to introduce a rolled back armless slipper chair that had an extra dose of style. That's why we've covered our Mullins Occasional Chair, which is in our Gray Living Collection, in a chic dark linen and tufted it in a diamond pattern. We've treated the legs to a burnt oak finish to give the design a time-honored feel, the casters on the turned-wood front legs completing our rendition of chic sophistication in a comfortable chair.
Color Burnt Oak
Cushion Foam
Color/Finish Burnt Oak
Height 34 IN
Width 27.5 IN
Length 36 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.57
Box Weight 33 lbs
Shipping Box Width 20 IN
Shipping Box Height 19 IN
Shipping Box Depth 26IN
Fabric 100% Linen
Floor to top of Seat 19" on average

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