Matching T42 Chair and Ottoman

We’re living in a busy world that’s constantly moving and evolving. There’s always something you need or have to do and there’s very little time for relaxation. But sometimes you just feel the need to stay at home, without doing anything, You just want to sit down in your chair and relax, maybe read a book or watch TV without having to worry about anything.

Finding time to do that shouldn’t be a such a big problem. Now all you need is a comfy chair to sit in. We have the perfect thing for you. It’s the T42 chair and it will make your dreams come true. This is a tufted, bared-back chair with bow front seat and dark stained legs and stretche. It’s perfect for those lazy days when all you want to do is sit down and relax. And if you want to feel even more comfortable, you can also choose the matching T 42 ottoman.

The two pieces share the same design, colors and materials. Together they form a chaise, a comfy and cozy place where you can find some quiet time. The pieces have a simple design and the colors create an elegant and pleasant contrast. They have a versatile look and could make a great addition in both traditional and modern home. Their dimensions are 34½”W x 31”D x 33”H x 17½”SH x 21½”SD and respectively 30½”W x 19”D x 15”H.The price it’s available on request.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on September 5th, 2011


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