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Product description

Color:Silver, Taupe

Transform your outdoor dining set into one of modern glory with a set of chairs that was made to instantly upgrade your decor. Made from aluminum, our durable, high-quality dining chairs brings stunning luxury and convenience to your backyard or patio space. This set of chairs will match any outdoor furniture while also providing incredible stability and unparalleled style for your space. From dinner parties to casual lounging, our dining chairs are the perfect finishing touch to any outdoor get-together.

  • Includes: Two (2) Dining Chairs
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Seat Material: Outdoor Mesh
  • Finish: Silver
  • Seat Finish: Taupe
  • Hand-Crafted Details
  • Assembly Required
  • Dimensions: 21.75 inches deep x 25.25 inches wide x 34.50 inches high
  • Seat Dimensions: 17.50 inches deep x 19.00 inches wide x 17.25 inches high
  • Arm Height: 26.00 inches

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