Inspired by inns and wineries in the Napa Valley, the Calistoga dining collection exudes the ambience of Wine Country. Crafted of Pine Solids and Pine Veneers, the distressed charcoal finish and Brushed Pewter hardware mix effortlessly with graceful turned legs and soft details to create a look that is bold yet inviting. Adding a casual classic and coastal flair, shutter wood doors are used on the server, and two shutter doors are also on the base of the counter table, with adjustable shelves behind. The distinctive piece selection includes a buffet, server and a dining cabinet with two wood-framed glass doors on the top and two on the bottom, offering 3-way touch lighting control with 2 LED lights. The table options include a 52-inch round and a 68-inch rectangular leg table. The tables can be extended to 70 inches and 86 inches, respectively, with use of a leaf. The rectangular counter table extends to 58W x 36H when the butterfly leaf is used. The versatile seating options include a side chair with upholstered seat and wood slat back, an upholstered seat and back chair, a bench with upholstered seat and wood trim, an elegant shaped chair with wood trim and upholstered seat and back, and counter-height dining chair with upholstered seat and slat back. Relax and unwind as you anticipate your favorite decision of the day: whether to open red or white wine.
- D2590-82: Counter Dining Chair w/Upholstered Seat (2/ctn)
- 18"W x 20.75"D x 40"H
- 45.72cm W x 52.7cm D x 101.6cm H
- Construction & Features:
- upholstered seat and wood slat back.
- 4 wood stretchers.
- metal wrap on the front stretcher.
- floor protectors.
- weight capacity: 300 lbs.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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