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$333.99 $225.80

Dimensions: 24.75W x 24.75D x 18-22.5H in.. Made of solid wood. Unfinished. Windsor back, spindle style arms. Adjustable gas lift.... Star base with premium casters. The traditional Windsor back and turned spindle arms give the International Concepts... read more

International Concepts
$244.99 $142.49

Dimensions: 24.41W x 22.05D x 35.04H in.. Made of solid wood. Unfinished. Wide spaced ladder back design. Comfortably curved arms.... Tapered leg base with premium casters. Old school style gets a modern office update in the International Concepts Home... read more

International Concepts
$266.99 $175.17

Dimensions: 24.75W x 24.75D x 18-22.5H in.. Made of solid wood. Unfinished. Spindle style back design. Adjustable gas lift. Star b...ase with premium casters. The spindle style backrest gives the International Concepts Copenhagen Office Chair its classic... read more

International Concepts
$333.99 $217.53

Dimensions: 24.75W x 24.75D x 18-22.5H in.. Made of solid wood. Unfinished. Windsor style back design. Adjustable gas lift. Star b...ase with premium casters. The International Concepts Steambent Windsor Office Chair is crafted from solid wood and left... read more

International Concepts
$266.99 $158.31

Dimensions: 24.75W x 24.75D x 18-22.5H in.. Made of solid wood. Unfinished. Classic Windsor back design. Adjustable gas lift. Star... base with premium casters. The International Concepts Windsor Arrowback Office Chair is made from solid wood and left... read more

International Concepts
$679.99

: Euro-glide drawers make for smooth operation. Single drawer lets you keep essentials on hand. Classic design provides versatile ...style. Box seat construction offers classic appeal. Espresso finish brings warmth to any decor. What's Included: Desk: 30H x 48W x26D, 56.8 lbs. Chair: 38H x 17.2W x 22.2D, 19.8 lbs. : Drawer: 2.36H x 19.41W x 15D Seat height: 17.72 Supports up to 225 lbs. Wood Wipe clean Assembly required Imported Model no. K-581-41-10 Size: One Size. Color: Brown. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

International Concepts
$219.99

: Box seat construction offers classic appeal. Espresso finish brings warmth to any decor. : 38H x 17.2W x 22.2D Seat height: 17.7...2-in. Weight: 19.8 lbs. Supports up to 225 lbs. Wood Assembly required Imported Model no. OF581-10 Size: One Size. Color: Brown. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

International Concepts
$299.99

Complete your home office with this wheeled desk chair. Scooped seat adds comfort. Wood construction promises durability. 35.04H x... 24.41W x 22.05D 18-in. seat height Weight capacity: 250 lbs. Wood Assembly required Wipe clean Model no. C-126 Size: One Size. Color: Other Clrs. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

International Concepts
$397.99

Find Office Sets at Target.com! For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with an elegant look. International Concepts ...home furnishing will complement any décor. Made from solid parawood. Ready to assemble. Width of drawer front is 22.44. Inside drawer dimensions are 19.41"W x 15"D x 2.36"H. Height from floor to bottom of front drawer is 25.67". Color: Espresso. read more

International Concepts
$134.99

Find Furniture Standalone Seating at Target.com! For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with an elegant look. Intern...ational Concepts home furnishings will complement any décor. Made from solid parawood. Ready to assemble. Assembled chair base and assembled chair top ship in two cartons. Chair has adjustable gas lift with a low height of 18" and a high height of 22.5". Color: Unfinished. read more

International Concepts
$256.99 $142.49

This beautiful solid wood chair from International Concepts is a great additional to your home. Left unfinished so you can add you... own style and flair to perfectly match your décor. read more

International Concepts
$334.93 $317.56

This solid wood Basic Desk with Drawer and Chair in an espresso finish from International Concepts will fit any décor. Great addit...ion to your home office. read more

International Concepts
$185.87 $185.83

This unfinished solid wood Copenhagen Office Chair from International Concepts will fit any décor. Ready to make your own by addin...g your choice of finish. read more

International Concepts
$217.38 $217.35

This unfinished solid wood Steambent Windsor Office Chair from International Concepts will fit any décor. Ready to make your own b...y adding your choice of finish. read more

International Concepts
$149.00

This unfinished solid wood Windsor Arrowback Office Chair from International Concepts will fit any décor. Ready to make your own b...y adding your choice of finish. read more

International Concepts
$219.99

Find Indoor Seating at Target.com! For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with an elegant look. International Concep...ts home furnishings will complement any décor. Made from solid parawood. Ready to assemble. Assembled chair base and assembled chair top ship in two cartons. Chair has adjustable gas lift with a low height of 18" and a high height of 22.5". Color: Unfinished. read more

International Concepts
$259.99

Find Indoor Seating at Target.com! For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with an elegant look. International Concep...ts home furnishing will complement any décor. Made from solid parawood. Ready to assemble. Includes assembled chair base and assembled chair top. Chair base has adjustable gas lift with a low height of 18" and a high height of 22.5". Ships in two cartons. Color: Unfinished. read more

International Concepts
$169.99

Find Indoor Seating at Target.com! For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with an elegant look. International Concep...ts home furnishing will complement any décor. Made from solid parawood. Ready to assemble. Box seat construction for easy assembly. Includes round casters. Color: Unfinished. read more

International Concepts
$375.52

Your home is a natural extension of you. Add these innovative designs from International Concepts to spruce up any decor.

International Concepts
$476.47 $466.68

Your home is a natural extension of you. Add these innovative designs from International Concepts to spruce up any decor.

International Concepts
$381.52 $373.67

Your home is a natural extension of you. Add these innovative designs from International Concepts to spruce up any decor.

International Concepts
$244.99 $142.49

Dimensions: 24.41W x 22.05D x 35.04H in.. Made of solid wood. Unfinished. Wide spaced ladder back design. Comfortably curved arms.... Tapered leg base with premium casters. Old school style gets a modern office update in the International Concepts Home Office Chair with Casters. This solid wood office chair has classic features include a widely spaced ladder back, curved arms, and tapered wood legs that end in premium casters. It's left unfinished so you can paint or stain this office chair as you choose. It's perfect in your craft room. read more

International Concepts
$266.99 $175.17

Dimensions: 24.75W x 24.75D x 18-22.5H in.. Made of solid wood. Unfinished. Spindle style back design. Adjustable gas lift. Star b...ase with premium casters. The spindle style backrest gives the International Concepts Copenhagen Office Chair its classic appeal. This solid wood office chair features an adjustable gas lift, star base with premium casters, and is left unfinished so you can paint or stain as you choose. read more

International Concepts
$333.99 $217.53

Dimensions: 24.75W x 24.75D x 18-22.5H in.. Made of solid wood. Unfinished. Windsor style back design. Adjustable gas lift. Star b...ase with premium casters. The International Concepts Steambent Windsor Office Chair is crafted from solid wood and left unfinished so you can stain or paint it however you choose. Its classic steambent Windsor back design, adjustable gas lift, and star base with premium casters makes this office chair as handy as it is handsome. read more

International Concepts
$266.99 $158.31

Dimensions: 24.75W x 24.75D x 18-22.5H in.. Made of solid wood. Unfinished. Classic Windsor back design. Adjustable gas lift. Star... base with premium casters. The International Concepts Windsor Arrowback Office Chair is made from solid wood and left unfinished so you can paint or stain as you choose. Its classic Windsor back design, adjustable gas lift, and star base with premium casters make this office chair perfect for you. read more

International Concepts
$333.99 $225.80

Dimensions: 24.75W x 24.75D x 18-22.5H in.. Made of solid wood. Unfinished. Windsor back, spindle style arms. Adjustable gas lift.... Star base with premium casters. The traditional Windsor back and turned spindle arms give the International Concepts Steambent Windsor Office Chair with Arms its classic design. This solid wood office chair boasts an adjustable gas lift, star base with premium casters, and is left unfinished enabling you to stain or paint it as you wish. read more

International Concepts
$214.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood. Ready to assemble.Your furniture is part of natures handwork. Every item has its own unique grain pattern and color. Dark grains and knots are a part of the character of wood and were put there years ago by the tree branches and the twisting of the wind, which causes trees to bend. all of which affects the outcome of every tree. Each piece of solid wood furniture is an original. light and dark areas all blend during the finishing process. Our desire is to assist you in achieving a beautifully finished piece of furniture. the following tips are to help you accomplish this goal. First and most important is to read and follow the directions of your finishing material. The finish manufacturer really does know his own product, read finishing directions completely. Take your time to finish, remember don't rush - it may take a little longer, but you will be proud of the results.Surface preparation: Although all pieces are sanded, they will need additional "finish" sanding. Check all surfaces for minor splits, chips or dents. Sand or fill with wood filler. Make sure the residue from the filler is sanded smooth. Start sanding with medium sand paper (#120) and then finish with fine (#220) sandpaper. Check all surfaces. If an item has any frizz or roughness, it will show when staining, and you may not be satisfied with the end result. Never skip the initial sanding of all parts. Wipe the furniture using a tack cloth to remove all the dust created by sanding. Staining: Be sure stain is stirred throughly. Some stains have a heavy pigment on the bottom of the can. It is not uncommon to take up to five minutes to make sure the "mud" is dissolved. This keeps the stain color consistent from the top of can to the bottom. As you are staining, periodically stir the stain to keep it from settling to the bottom. We recommend doing a "doodle" area on the piece first in some inconspicous location (under a seat or table top). This will allow you to check stain color before proceeding. when you have completed your first coat of stain and have allowed it to dry, wipe a coat on clear finish on your "doodle" area. If you like the finished "doodle" and feel the color is fine. One coat is adequate if the stain is too light or uneven, a second coat of stain may be needed and a second test "doodle" using 2 stain coats is recommended.Application: You can almost use any type of rag, cotton works best, approximately 10" square. (Larger rags sometimes get in the way). Stain one surface at a time and do the harder areas first. There is no particular motion to applying the stain we recommend to do cross grain first and then with the grain. As you stain each area, wipe excess stain off with the grain, then move to another area, as you finish go backover the entire piece with a clean rag to wipe up all excess stain.Top coat: The clear top coat may be wiped or brushed on. Wiping seems to prevent runs. Again, do small areas at a time. We recommend applying topcoat with the grain, however, you may find it necessary in some areas to apply gross grain, make sure the final wipe is immediately with the grain. Allow the top coat to dry. The surface will appear gummy if not dry, drying time will vary depending on weather conditions, sand with very fine (#220) or (#600) wet/dry sandpaper, this removes the fuzz. Wipe with a tack cloth after sanding to remove debris. Feel the entire piece with your hands, if it still feels fuzzy, smooth out before applying additional coats. The fuzz will not go away and will remain until you take care of it, you are looking for consistent sheen. If after two coats you are happy with apperance you are done. If you have an uneven sheen, apply additional coats, always sanding lightly between coats. If water resistance is a goal, we recommend four layers of top coats, apply at least one coat of stain or clear finish to all surfaces of solid wood. Even if it is not seen, this prevents cracking as the piece continues to dry out over a period of years. read more

International Concepts
$163.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood. Ready to assemble.Your furniture is part of natures handwork. Every item has its own unique grain pattern and color. Dark grains and knots are a part of the character of wood and were put there years ago by the tree branches and the twisting of the wind, which causes trees to bend. all of which affects the outcome of every tree. Each piece of solid wood furniture is an original. light and dark areas all blend during the finishing process. Our desire is to assist you in achieving a beautifully finished piece of furniture. the following tips are to help you accomplish this goal. First and most important is to read and follow the directions of your finishing material. The finish manufacturer really does know his own product, read finishing directions completely. Take your time to finish, remember don't rush - it may take a little longer, but you will be proud of the results.Surface preparation: Although all pieces are sanded, they will need additional "finish" sanding. Check all surfaces for minor splits, chips or dents. Sand or fill with wood filler. Make sure the residue from the filler is sanded smooth. Start sanding with medium sand paper (#120) and then finish with fine (#220) sandpaper. Check all surfaces. If an item has any frizz or roughness, it will show when staining, and you may not be satisfied with the end result. Never skip the initial sanding of all parts. Wipe the furniture using a tack cloth to remove all the dust created by sanding. Staining: Be sure stain is stirred throughly. Some stains have a heavy pigment on the bottom of the can. It is not uncommon to take up to five minutes to make sure the "mud" is dissolved. This keeps the stain color consistent from the top of can to the bottom. As you are staining, periodically stir the stain to keep it from settling to the bottom. We recommend doing a "doodle" area on the piece first in some inconspicous location (under a seat or table top). This will allow you to check stain color before proceeding. when you have completed your first coat of stain and have allowed it to dry, wipe a coat on clear finish on your "doodle" area. If you like the finished "doodle" and feel the color is fine. One coat is adequate if the stain is too light or uneven, a second coat of stain may be needed and a second test "doodle" using 2 stain coats is recommended.Application: You can almost use any type of rag, cotton works best, approximately 10" square. (Larger rags sometimes get in the way). Stain one surface at a time and do the harder areas first. There is no particular motion to applying the stain we recommend to do cross grain first and then with the grain. As you stain each area, wipe excess stain off with the grain, then move to another area, as you finish go backover the entire piece with a clean rag to wipe up all excess stain.Top coat: The clear top coat may be wiped or brushed on. Wiping seems to prevent runs. Again, do small areas at a time. We recommend applying topcoat with the grain, however, you may find it necessary in some areas to apply gross grain, make sure the final wipe is immediately with the grain. Allow the top coat to dry. The surface will appear gummy if not dry, drying time will vary depending on weather conditions, sand with very fine (#220) or (#600) wet/dry sandpaper, this removes the fuzz. Wipe with a tack cloth after sanding to remove debris. Feel the entire piece with your hands, if it still feels fuzzy, smooth out before applying additional coats. The fuzz will not go away and will remain until you take care of it, you are looking for consistent sheen. If after two coats you are happy with apperance you are done. If you have an uneven sheen, apply additional coats, always sanding lightly between coats. If water resistance is a goal, we recommend four layers of top coats, apply at least one coat of stain or clear finish to all surfaces of solid wood. Even if it is not seen, this prevents cracking as the piece continues to dry out over a period of years. read more

International Concepts
$206.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood. Ready to assemble.Your furniture is part of natures handwork. Every item has its own unique grain pattern and color. Dark grains and knots are a part of the character of wood and were put there years ago by the tree branches and the twisting of the wind, which causes trees to bend. all of which affects the outcome of every tree. Each piece of solid wood furniture is an original. light and dark areas all blend during the finishing process. Our desire is to assist you in achieving a beautifully finished piece of furniture. the following tips are to help you accomplish this goal. First and most important is to read and follow the directions of your finishing material. The finish manufacturer really does know his own product, read finishing directions completely. Take your time to finish, remember don't rush - it may take a little longer, but you will be proud of the results.Surface preparation: Although all pieces are sanded, they will need additional "finish" sanding. Check all surfaces for minor splits, chips or dents. Sand or fill with wood filler. Make sure the residue from the filler is sanded smooth. Start sanding with medium sand paper (#120) and then finish with fine (#220) sandpaper. Check all surfaces. If an item has any frizz or roughness, it will show when staining, and you may not be satisfied with the end result. Never skip the initial sanding of all parts. Wipe the furniture using a tack cloth to remove all the dust created by sanding. Staining: Be sure stain is stirred throughly. Some stains have a heavy pigment on the bottom of the can. It is not uncommon to take up to five minutes to make sure the "mud" is dissolved. This keeps the stain color consistent from the top of can to the bottom. As you are staining, periodically stir the stain to keep it from settling to the bottom. We recommend doing a "doodle" area on the piece first in some inconspicous location (under a seat or table top). This will allow you to check stain color before proceeding. when you have completed your first coat of stain and have allowed it to dry, wipe a coat on clear finish on your "doodle" area. If you like the finished "doodle" and feel the color is fine. One coat is adequate if the stain is too light or uneven, a second coat of stain may be needed and a second test "doodle" using 2 stain coats is recommended.Application: You can almost use any type of rag, cotton works best, approximately 10" square. (Larger rags sometimes get in the way). Stain one surface at a time and do the harder areas first. There is no particular motion to applying the stain we recommend to do cross grain first and then with the grain. As you stain each area, wipe excess stain off with the grain, then move to another area, as you finish go backover the entire piece with a clean rag to wipe up all excess stain.Top coat: The clear top coat may be wiped or brushed on. Wiping seems to prevent runs. Again, do small areas at a time. We recommend applying topcoat with the grain, however, you may find it necessary in some areas to apply gross grain, make sure the final wipe is immediately with the grain. Allow the top coat to dry. The surface will appear gummy if not dry, drying time will vary depending on weather conditions, sand with very fine (#220) or (#600) wet/dry sandpaper, this removes the fuzz. Wipe with a tack cloth after sanding to remove debris. Feel the entire piece with your hands, if it still feels fuzzy, smooth out before applying additional coats. The fuzz will not go away and will remain until you take care of it, you are looking for consistent sheen. If after two coats you are happy with apperance you are done. If you have an uneven sheen, apply additional coats, always sanding lightly between coats. If water resistance is a goal, we recommend four layers of top coats, apply at least one coat of stain or clear finish to all surfaces of solid wood. Even if it is not seen, this prevents cracking as the piece continues to dry out over a period of years. read more

International Concepts
$418.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood. Chair dimensions are 17.2" x 22.2" x 38". Ready to assemble. read more

International Concepts
$126.99

SOLD INDIVIDUALLY | For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concep...ts home furnishings will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood. Ready to assemble.Your furniture is part of natures handwork. Every item has its own unique grain pattern and color. Dark grains and knots are a part of the character of wood and were put there years ago by the tree branches and the twisting of the wind, which causes trees to bend. all of which affects the outcome of every tree. Each piece of solid wood furniture is an original. light and dark areas all blend during the finishing process. Our desire is to assist you in achieving a beautifully finished piece of furniture. the following tips are to help you accomplish this goal. First and most important is to read and follow the directions of your finishing material. The finish manufacturer really does know his own product, read finishing directions completely. Take your time to finish, remember don't rush - it may take a little longer, but you will be proud of the results.Surface preparation: Although all pieces are sanded, they will need additional "finish" sanding. Check all surfaces for minor splits, chips or dents. Sand or fill with wood filler. Make sure the residue from the filler is sanded smooth. Start sanding with medium sand paper (#120) and then finish with fine (#220) sandpaper. Check all surfaces. If an item has any frizz or roughness, it will show when staining, and you may not be satisfied with the end result. Never skip the initial sanding of all parts. Wipe the furniture using a tack cloth to remove all the dust created by sanding. Staining: Be sure stain is stirred throughly. Some stains have a heavy pigment on the bottom of the can. It is not uncommon to take up to five minutes to make sure the "mud" is dissolved. This keeps the stain color consistent from the top of can to the bottom. As you are staining, periodically stir the stain to keep it from settling to the bottom. We recommend doing a "doodle" area on the piece first in some inconspicous location (under a seat or table top). This will allow you to check stain color before proceeding. when you have completed your first coat of stain and have allowed it to dry, wipe a coat on clear finish on your "doodle" area. If you like the finished "doodle" and feel the color is fine. One coat is adequate if the stain is too light or uneven, a second coat of stain may be needed and a second test "doodle" using 2 stain coats is recommended.Application: You can almost use any type of rag, cotton works best, approximately 10" square. (Larger rags sometimes get in the way). Stain one surface at a time and do the harder areas first. There is no particular motion to applying the stain we recommend to do cross grain first and then with the grain. As you stain each area, wipe excess stain off with the grain, then move to another area, as you finish go backover the entire piece with a clean rag to wipe up all excess stain.Top coat: The clear top coat may be wiped or brushed on. Wiping seems to prevent runs. Again, do small areas at a time. We recommend applying topcoat with the grain, however, you may find it necessary in some areas to apply gross grain, make sure the final wipe is immediately with the grain. Allow the top coat to dry. The surface will appear gummy if not dry, drying time will vary depending on weather conditions, sand with very fine (#220) or (#600) wet/dry sandpaper, this removes the fuzz. Wipe with a tack cloth after sanding to remove debris. Feel the entire piece with your hands, if it still feels fuzzy, smooth out before applying additional coats. The fuzz will not go away and will remain until you take care of it, you are looking for consistent sheen. If after two coats you are happy with apperance you are done. If you have an uneven sheen, apply additional coats, always sanding lightly between coats. If water resistance is a goal, we recommend four layers of top coats, apply at least one coat of stain or clear finish to all surfaces of solid wood. Even if it is not seen, this prevents cracking as the piece continues to dry out over a period of years. read more

International Concepts
$168.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood. Ready to assemble.Your furniture is part of natures handwork. Every item has its own unique grain pattern and color. Dark grains and knots are a part of the character of wood and were put there years ago by the tree branches and the twisting of the wind, which causes trees to bend. all of which affects the outcome of every tree. Each piece of solid wood furniture is an original. light and dark areas all blend during the finishing process. Our desire is to assist you in achieving a beautifully finished piece of furniture. the following tips are to help you accomplish this goal. First and most important is to read and follow the directions of your finishing material. The finish manufacturer really does know his own product, read finishing directions completely. Take your time to finish, remember don't rush - it may take a little longer, but you will be proud of the results.Surface preparation: Although all pieces are sanded, they will need additional "finish" sanding. Check all surfaces for minor splits, chips or dents. Sand or fill with wood filler. Make sure the residue from the filler is sanded smooth. Start sanding with medium sand paper (#120) and then finish with fine (#220) sandpaper. Check all surfaces. If an item has any frizz or roughness, it will show when staining, and you may not be satisfied with the end result. Never skip the initial sanding of all parts. Wipe the furniture using a tack cloth to remove all the dust created by sanding. Staining: Be sure stain is stirred throughly. Some stains have a heavy pigment on the bottom of the can. It is not uncommon to take up to five minutes to make sure the "mud" is dissolved. This keeps the stain color consistent from the top of can to the bottom. As you are staining, periodically stir the stain to keep it from settling to the bottom. We recommend doing a "doodle" area on the piece first in some inconspicous location (under a seat or table top). This will allow you to check stain color before proceeding. when you have completed your first coat of stain and have allowed it to dry, wipe a coat on clear finish on your "doodle" area. If you like the finished "doodle" and feel the color is fine. One coat is adequate if the stain is too light or uneven, a second coat of stain may be needed and a second test "doodle" using 2 stain coats is recommended.Application: You can almost use any type of rag, cotton works best, approximately 10" square. (Larger rags sometimes get in the way). Stain one surface at a time and do the harder areas first. There is no particular motion to applying the stain we recommend to do cross grain first and then with the grain. As you stain each area, wipe excess stain off with the grain, then move to another area, as you finish go backover the entire piece with a clean rag to wipe up all excess stain.Top coat: The clear top coat may be wiped or brushed on. Wiping seems to prevent runs. Again, do small areas at a time. We recommend applying topcoat with the grain, however, you may find it necessary in some areas to apply gross grain, make sure the final wipe is immediately with the grain. Allow the top coat to dry. The surface will appear gummy if not dry, drying time will vary depending on weather conditions, sand with very fine (#220) or (#600) wet/dry sandpaper, this removes the fuzz. Wipe with a tack cloth after sanding to remove debris. Feel the entire piece with your hands, if it still feels fuzzy, smooth out before applying additional coats. The fuzz will not go away and will remain until you take care of it, you are looking for consistent sheen. If after two coats you are happy with apperance you are done. If you have an uneven sheen, apply additional coats, always sanding lightly between coats. If water resistance is a goal, we recommend four layers of top coats, apply at least one coat of stain or clear finish to all surfaces of solid wood. Even if it is not seen, this prevents cracking as the piece continues to dry out over a period of years. read more

International Concepts
$360.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood. Chair dimensions are 17.2" x 22.2" x 38". Ready to assemble.Your furniture is part of natures handwork. Every item has its own unique grain pattern and color. Dark grains and knots are a part of the character of wood and were put there years ago by the tree branches and the twisting of the wind, which causes trees to bend. all of which affects the outcome of every tree. Each piece of solid wood furniture is an original. light and dark areas all blend during the finishing process. Our desire is to assist you in achieving a beautifully finished piece of furniture. the following tips are to help you accomplish this goal. First and most important is to read and follow the directions of your finishing material. The finish manufacturer really does know his own product, read finishing directions completely. Take your time to finish, remember don't rush - it may take a little longer, but you will be proud of the results.Surface preparation: Although all pieces are sanded, they will need additional "finish" sanding. Check all surfaces for minor splits, chips or dents. Sand or fill with wood filler. Make sure the residue from the filler is sanded smooth. Start sanding with medium sand paper (#120) and then finish with fine (#220) sandpaper. Check all surfaces. If an item has any frizz or roughness, it will show when staining, and you may not be satisfied with the end result. Never skip the initial sanding of all parts. Wipe the furniture using a tack cloth to remove all the dust created by sanding. Staining: Be sure stain is stirred throughly. Some stains have a heavy pigment on the bottom of the can. It is not uncommon to take up to five minutes to make sure the "mud" is dissolved. This keeps the stain color consistent from the top of can to the bottom. As you are staining, periodically stir the stain to keep it from settling to the bottom. We recommend doing a "doodle" area on the piece first in some inconspicous location (under a seat or table top). This will allow you to check stain color before proceeding. when you have completed your first coat of stain and have allowed it to dry, wipe a coat on clear finish on your "doodle" area. If you like the finished "doodle" and feel the color is fine. One coat is adequate if the stain is too light or uneven, a second coat of stain may be needed and a second test "doodle" using 2 stain coats is recommended.Application: You can almost use any type of rag, cotton works best, approximately 10" square. (Larger rags sometimes get in the way). Stain one surface at a time and do the harder areas first. There is no particular motion to applying the stain we recommend to do cross grain first and then with the grain. As you stain each area, wipe excess stain off with the grain, then move to another area, as you finish go backover the entire piece with a clean rag to wipe up all excess stain.Top coat: The clear top coat may be wiped or brushed on. Wiping seems to prevent runs. Again, do small areas at a time. We recommend applying topcoat with the grain, however, you may find it necessary in some areas to apply gross grain, make sure the final wipe is immediately with the grain. Allow the top coat to dry. The surface will appear gummy if not dry, drying time will vary depending on weather conditions, sand with very fine (#220) or (#600) wet/dry sandpaper, this removes the fuzz. Wipe with a tack cloth after sanding to remove debris. Feel the entire piece with your hands, if it still feels fuzzy, smooth out before applying additional coats. The fuzz will not go away and will remain until you take care of it, you are looking for consistent sheen. If after two coats you are happy with apperance you are done. If you have an uneven sheen, apply additional coats, always sanding lightly between coats. If water resistance is a goal, we recommend four layers of top coats, apply at least one coat of stain or clear finish to all surfaces of solid wood. Even if it is not seen, this prevents cracking as the piece continues to dry out over a period of years. read more

International Concepts
$166.82

Ready to finish.Box seat construction.Round casters.Made from solid parawood.Made in vietnam.Minimal assembly required.Seat: 18 in....H.Arm: 23.50 in H.Overall: 24.4 in.W x 22.04 in.D x 35.03 in.H (30.8 lbs.) read more

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