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Lucy Yellow and Gray Wingback Curved Arms Accent Chair
Lucy Yellow and Gray Wingback Curved Arms Accent Chair
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Lucy Yellow and Gray Wingback Curved Arms Accent Chair more views
Lucy Yellow and Gray Wingback Curved Arms Accent Chair more views

Lucy Yellow and Gray Wingback Curved Arms Accent Chair


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Brighten a modern bedroom or living area with this yellow and gray print wingback accent chair.

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Delivering classic sophistication to a traditional living space, this wingback accent chair from the Lucy collection by Madison Park features tempting curves and a versatile yellow and gray palette. Wrapped in romantic Ikat-inspired print fabric, its black noir finish birch legs create a wonderful contrast, as double rows of silver finish nail heads refine and outline a tasteful silhouette. Embrace an extra high back with ornate extrusions, and an impressive, sophisticated style.

  • 42 1/2" high x 27 3/4" wide x 29 1/2" deep. Weighs 35.26 lbs.
  • Seating area is 25 1/2" wide x 21" deep x 19 1/4" high from the floor.
  • Wingback accent chair from the Lucy collection by Madison Park.
  • Yellow and gray polyester fabric. Select hardwoods and plywood chair frame. Silver finish double row nailhead trim. Black noir finish birch legs.
  • High density foam cushion. Spot clean only.
  • High back with curved arms.
  • Arm height is 23 1/4" high from the floor. Back height is 23 1/4" high from the seat.
  • Holds up to 250 lbs. Leg assembly required.
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Can they be used as dining chairs?
BRENDA on Oct 4, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Generally, dining chairs range from 17-19 inches in the seat height. However, not all tables are created equal, and some are taller or shorter, so you'll need to adjust accordingly. A good rule of thumb is to leave between 10 and 13 inches from the chair seat to the underside of the tabletop.
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