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The elliptical silhouette of the Cooper Dining Arm Chair's pierced back splat is at home in transitional and traditional environs ...alike.Fabric petite braided trellisApplication: Residential Chair Back Style: slat back Collection: Charleston Regency Depth: 223 4 Design: arm chair Dining Type: casual kitchen Frame Material: Wood Height: 39 Material: Wood Veneers and Solids Number in Set: 2 Seat Material: Upholstered Style: Traditional Upholstery Color: grey Weight: 44 Width: 23 read more

Stanley Furniture

It's always puzzled me that something as regal and empowering as a horse's saddle is actually one of the least comfortable perches... one could ever sit in. Too often that same scenario holds true with dining chairs. Well no more. We crafted our engagingly aristocratic Fairleigh Fields Host Chair to cushion you in comfort from the bottom up. Supported across the back with bridle-like bowed slats the curved design cradles your back and shoulders with smooth support. Generous armrests ease out from both sides offering overstuffed diners a bit of breathing room at the end of a fantastic meal. Trim peg-style legs continue the curve into the floor. All in support of the double-padded antique brass-rimmed Super Comfort seat. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat; Oatmeal Linen fabric with tacks. Specifications Finish: Terrain Seat: 19 1/2H Arm: 25H. read more

Stanley Furniture

The head of the table deserves a seat as welcoming and distinguished as the Volute Arm Chair. Evoking classic 18th century French ...design with the chair's cabriole legs and antique brass nailhead trim the design is worthy of your most-esteemed guest. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat Antique brass nailheads. Specifications Finish: Vintage Neutral Seat: 20 1/2W 20 1/4D 3H Arm Height: 25H Fabric: Monarque. read more

Stanley Furniture

It's always puzzled me that something as regal and empowering as a horse's saddle is actually one of the least comfortable perches... one could ever sit in. Too often that same scenario holds true with dining chairs. Well no more. We crafted our engagingly aristocratic Fairleigh Fields Host Chair to cushion you in comfort from the bottom up. Supported across the back with bridle-like bowed slats the curved design cradles your back and shoulders with smooth support. Generous armrests ease out from both sides offering overstuffed diners a bit of breathing room at the end of a fantastic meal. Trim peg-style legs continue the curve into the floor. All in support of the double-padded antique brass-rimmed Super Comfort seat. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat; Oatmeal Linen fabric with tacks. Specifications Finish: Blond Seat: 19 1/2H Arm: 25H. read more

Stanley Furniture

A filigree back combined with chamfered legs provides good reason to sit a little longer. Gently bowed arms are comfortable yet na...rrow enough to cup in your palm. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: Saltbox White Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

Stanley Furniture

Welcome guests to the head of the table with our Ladderback Arm Chair. Scaled for today but generous in the seating area this chai...r delivers comfort no matter how long the meal lasts. The woven belt leather seat naturally conforms to the occupant and will age gracefully over time. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Woven belt leather seat. Specifications Finish: Barrel Seat: 22 3/4W 17 3/4D 1 3/8H Seat Height: 18 1/2H Arm Height: 26H. read more

Stanley Furniture

The elliptical silhouette of the Cooper Dining Side Chair's pierced back splat is at home in transitional and traditional environs... alike. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Specifications Finish: Classic Mahogany Fabric: Innovabric 4304. read more

Stanley Furniture

The head of the table deserves a seat as welcoming and distinguished as the Volute Arm Chair. Evoking classic 18th century French ...design with the chair's cabriole legs and antique brass nailhead trim the design is worthy of your most-esteemed guest. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat Antique brass nailheads. Specifications Finish: Heirloom Cherry Seat: 20 1/2W 20 1/4D 3H Arm: 25H Fabric: Monarque. read more

Stanley Furniture

The elliptical silhouette of the Cooper Dining Arm Chair's pierced back splat is at home in transitional and traditional environs ...alike. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Specifications Finish: Classic Mahogany Fabric: Innovabric 4304. read more

Stanley Furniture

The Chinese Chippendale motif and upholstered seat of a Marshall Arm Chair encourage lively conversation and lingering long after ...the meal. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Specifications Finish: Orchid Distressed: No Fabric: Waterway Weave. read more

Stanley Furniture

Gentle curves and a soft seat play well with the rolling sea. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often ...incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: Belize Teal Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

Stanley Furniture

Gentle curves and a soft seat play well with the rolling sea. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often ...incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: Spanish Orange Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

Stanley Furniture

An antique brass nailhead trim coordinates beautifully with the repeating scroll design of the Monarque fabric on the Volute Side ...Chair. This regal design features an upholstered back and seat for the ultimate in dining comfort. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat Antique brass nailheads. Specifications Finish: Vintage Neutral Seat: 20 1/2W 20 1/4D 3H Fabric: Monarque. read more

Stanley Furniture

Gentle curves comfortable palm-sized arms and a soft seat play well with the rolling sea. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from f...ine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: English Blue Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

Stanley Furniture

A filigree back combined with chamfered legs provides good reason to sit a little longer. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from f...ine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: Spanish Orange Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

Stanley Furniture

Gentle curves comfortable palm-sized arms and a soft seat play well with the rolling sea. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from f...ine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: Gloucester Grey Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

Stanley Furniture

A filigree back combined with chamfered legs provides good reason to sit a little longer. Gently bowed arms are comfortable yet na...rrow enough to cup in your palm. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: Spanish Orange Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

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A sophisticated blend of classic European styles the Tuileries Arm Chair receives your dining guests with unmatched hospitality. T...he subtle tonal stripe of the Glace fabric enhances the detailed carving found on the chair's back while the curves of the cabriole legs are mirrored in the seat's arm rests. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat. Specifications Finish: Heirloom Cherry Seat: 20 1/2W 18D 3H Arm: 25H Fabric: Glace. read more

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Gentle curves comfortable palm-sized arms and a soft seat play well with the rolling sea. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from f...ine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: Saltbox White Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

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Detailed carving on the back of the Tuileries Side Chair is the design's hallmark. Cabriole legs echo the graceful curves of the c...hair's back and both elements highlight the natural beauty of the design's finish. Paired with a sumptuously cushioned seat the Tuileries Side Chair is a gracious addition to your dining room. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat. Specifications Finish: Sunlight Anigre Seat: 20 1/2W 18D 3H Fabric: Glace. read more

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Our homage to the Caribbean tradition of blending cultures the Bequia Host Chair weds the fluid arc motif of Arhcipelago with the ...European tradition of upholstery. The result like the islands is comfortable welcoming and in keeping with the gracious cultures that inspired it. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat. Specifications Finish: Shoal Seat: 20 1/2W 19D 4H Fabric: Abalone on outside back. read more

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Welcome guests to the head of the table with our Ladderback Arm Chair. Scaled for today but generous in the seating area this chai...r delivers comfort no matter how long the meal lasts. The woven belt leather seat naturally conforms to the occupant and will age gracefully over time Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Woven belt leather seat. Specifications Finish: Ebony Seat: 22 3/4W 17 3/4D 1 3/8H Arm: 26H Seat Height: 18 1/2H. read more

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A filigree back combined with chamfered legs provides good reason to sit a little longer. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from f...ine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: Gloucester Grey Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

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An antique brass nailhead trim coordinates beautifully with the repeating scroll design of the Monarque fabric on the Volute Side ...Chair. This regal design features an upholstered back and seat for the ultimate in dining comfort. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat Antique brass nailheads. Specifications Finish: Heirloom Cherry Seat: 20 1/2W 20 1/4D 3H Fabric: Monarque. read more

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The elliptical silhouette of the Cooper Dining Arm Chair's pierced back splat is at home in transitional and traditional environs ...alike. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Specifications Finish: Ropemakers White Fabric: Innovabric 4304. read more

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The beauty of the Arm Chair is in its hand-carved design. With welcoming curved arms mirrored by the elegantly scrolled cabriole l...egs the Chair is a gracious addition to any dining room. The sumptuously detailed upholstery lends yet another element of style to the piece. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat. Specifications Finish: Sorrel Seat Height: 19H Arm Height: 25H Fabric: Penmere. read more

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Offering a welcoming seat at the dinner table the Side Chair features intricately carved details as well as graceful cabriole legs.... Completing the design's rich appearance is the addition of striking paisley upholstery on the seat in warm terracotta chocolate and strawberry hues. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat. Specifications Finish: Sorrel Seat Height: 19H Fabric: Penmere. read more

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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat Antique brass nailheads. Specifications Finish: Sunlight Anigre Seat: 20 1/2W 20 1/4D 3H Arm Height: 25H Fabric: Monarque. read more

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A sophisticated blend of classic European styles the Tuileries Arm Chair receives your dining guests with unmatched hospitality. T...he subtle tonal stripe of the Glace fabric enhances the detailed carving found on the chair's back while the curves of the cabriole legs are mirrored in the seat's arm rests. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat. Specifications Finish: Sunlight Anigre Seat: 20 1/2W 18D 3H Arm Height: 25H Fabric: Glace. read more

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The Chinese Chippendale motif and upholstered seat of a Marshall Arm Chair encourage lively conversation and lingering long after ...the meal. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Specifications Finish: Orchid Distressed: No Fabric: Waterway Weave. read more

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With a man on each arm and the world at her feet the elusive Roman empress Messalina was rarely far from the center of attention. ...A bit like our elegant hostess chair. Crafted to showcase its sweeping hand-polished hickory fretwork our Messaline's Blessing Arm Chair strikes a beguiling balance between making a statement and stealing the show. Hand-tucked SuperComfort seat is wrapped in Bomber Jacket leather then artfully ringed in variably sized nail head trim. Elaborate molding finish work and bow-front legs reinforce the seductive silhouette. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat Bomber Jacket leather nail head trim. Specifications Finish: Black Seat: 21W 19 1/4D 19 1/2H. read more

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If you've ever sat atop a thoroughbred you undoubtedly experienced the odd realization that something as regal and empowering as a... horse's saddle is actually one of the least comfortable perches one could ever sit in. Too often that same scenario holds true with dining chairs. Well no more. We crafted our engagingly aristocratic Fairleigh Fields Guest Chair to cushion you in comfort from the bottom up. Supported across the back with bridle-like bowed slats the curved design cradles your back and shoulders with smooth support. Trim peg-style legs continue the curve into the floor. All in support of the double-padded antique brass-rimmed SuperComfort seat. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat; Oatmeal Linen fabric with tacks. Specifications Finish: Terrain Seat: 19 1/2H. read more

Stanley Furniture

A filigree back combined with chamfered legs provides good reason to sit a little longer. Gently bowed arms are comfortable yet na...rrow enough to cup in your palm. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: English Blue Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

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If you've ever sat atop a thoroughbred you undoubtedly experienced the odd realization that something as regal and empowering as a... horse's saddle is actually one of the least comfortable perches one could ever sit in. Too often that same scenario holds true with dining chairs. Well no more. We crafted our engagingly aristocratic Fairleigh Fields Guest Chair to cushion you in comfort from the bottom up. Supported across the back with bridle-like bowed slats the curved design cradles your back and shoulders with smooth support. Trim peg-style legs continue the curve into the floor. All in support of the double-padded antique brass-rimmed SuperComfort seat. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat; Oatmeal Linen fabric with tacks. Specifications Finish: Blond Seat: 19 1/2H. read more

Stanley Furniture

Gentle curves and a soft seat play well with the rolling sea. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often ...incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: English Blue Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

Stanley Furniture

A filigree back combined with chamfered legs provides good reason to sit a little longer. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from f...ine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: Belize Teal Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

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The elliptical silhouette of the Cooper Dining Side Chair's pierced back splat is at home in transitional and traditional environs... alike. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Specifications Finish: Ropemakers White Fabric: Innovabric 4304. read more

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Offer the head of your table a luxe resting spot in the form of our Starburst Arm Chair. Generously spaced arms lend comfort and p...resence to the overall appeal of the design. The upholstered seat is indulgent with its combination of quilted pewter fabric over the Super Comfort seat while the attraction of the mapa burl seat back in an Art Deco-inspired starburst pattern has a wow factor all its own. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat Chrome fabric. Specifications Finish: Dark Woodtone Seat: 22 7/8W 17 7/8D 3 1/2H Arm Height: 25H. read more

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Our homage to the Caribbean tradition of blending cultures the Bequia Host Chair weds the fluid arc motif of Arhcipelago with the ...European tradition of upholstery. The result like the islands is comfortable welcoming and in keeping with the gracious cultures that inspired it. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat. Specifications Finish: Fathom Seat: 20 1/2W 19D 4H Fabric: Abalone on outside back. read more

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An antique brass nailhead trim coordinates beautifully with the repeating scroll design of the Monarque fabric on the Volute Side ...Chair. This regal design features an upholstered back and seat for the ultimate in dining comfort. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat Antique brass nailheads. Specifications Finish: Sunlight Anigre Seat: 20 1/2W 20 1/4D 3H Fabric: Monarque. read more

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Gentle curves comfortable palm-sized arms and a soft seat play well with the rolling sea. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from f...ine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: Spanish Orange Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

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The classic ladderback thrives. Behold our version in the Ladderback Side Chair updated to suit today's needs. Beautifully aged fi...nishes and a woven belt leather seat that will gain character with each passing year. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Woven belt leather seat. Specifications Finish: Ebony Seat: 19 3/4W 17 5/8D 1 3/8H Seat Height: 18 1/2H. read more

Stanley Furniture

A filigree back combined with chamfered legs provides good reason to sit a little longer. Gently bowed arms are comfortable yet na...rrow enough to cup in your palm. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: Gloucester Grey Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

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Far along the wandering roads of Southern France with little more than the twinkle of vineyard homes below the evening sky shines ...brighter than all the lights in Paris. The locals have a name for it - mille d'etoiles - adding a layer of romance to the already shiny pristinely ordered display. Our Million Stars side Chair is a crisp mix of traditional comfort and classic design fine upholstery and laid back style. The gently scaled oval back is thumb-studded with antique brass tacks then anchored by carved lumbar brackets to the solid cedar wood base. The tufted Super Comfort seat is wrapped in Oatmeal Linen and mirror matched with brass upholstery tacks. Unassuming and natural you'll find this chair pairs best with French wine and good company. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat; Oatmeal Linen fabric with tacks. Specifications Finish: Terrain Seat: 19 1/2H. read more

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With sumptuous details and provocative curves as infamous as its namesake our Messalina's Blessings Arm Chair is a perfect finishi...ng touch to any formal dining room. Meticulously crafted of the finest hickory each hand-rubbed chair is artfully distressed lovingly polished and individually ringed with forged variably sized nail head trim. The double-padded SuperComfort seat is wrapped in Bomber Jacket leather and gracefully conforms to the curved edge design. Elaborate bow-front legs reinforce the seductive silhouette. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat Bomber Jacket leather nail head trim. Specifications Finish: Black Seat: 21W 19 1/4D 19 1/2H Arm: 25 3/16H. read more

Stanley Furniture

A shallow shelter back bordered in our Gray Linen finish frames the Petite Braided Trellis fabric of the Ashley Host Chair. Stanle...y Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Specifications Finish: Gray Linen Fabric: Innovabric 4304. read more

Stanley Furniture

Gentle curves comfortable palm-sized arms and a soft seat play well with the rolling sea. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from f...ine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: Belize Teal Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

Stanley Furniture

A filigree back combined with chamfered legs provides good reason to sit a little longer. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from f...ine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: English Blue Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

Stanley Furniture

Gentle curves and a soft seat play well with the rolling sea. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often ...incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super Comfort Seat. Specifications Finish: Gloucester Grey Fabric: Block Island Sand. read more

Stanley Furniture

Far along the wandering roads of Southern France with little more than the twinkle of vineyard homes below the evening sky shines ...brighter than all the lights in Paris. The locals have a name for it - mille d'etoiles - adding a layer of romance to the already shiny pristinely ordered display. Our Million Stars Hostess Chair is a crisp mix of traditional comfort and classic design fine upholstery and laid back style. The gently scaled oval back is thumb-studded with antique brass tacks then anchored by carved lumbar brackets to the solid cedar wood base. While the tufted Super Comfort seat is wrapped in Oatmeal Linen and mirror matched with the back. Graceful bow-pad arms are set at a comfortable 25 height to slide beneath most standard dining tables. Paired best with French wine and good company. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component well focus on how its used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curingx9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Super ComfortTM seat; Oatmeal Linen fabric with tacks. Specifications Finish: Terrain Seat: 19 1/2H Arm: 25H. read more

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