Stackable diner chair set of two



Since in most homes the dining room is not usually a separate area but a part of the living room, it’s important that you find furniture pieces that allow you to easily move between the two decors. Here’s a very practical solution: stackable chairs. This allows you to stack them up and easier find a place to store them. Then you can have the living room back in no time. Here’s a set of two stackable dining chairs that might be the best solution. I say that because they are both practical and comfortable, which is not a combination easy to find.

However, this particular collection wasn’t designed for home use but rather for diners. The chairs present chrome-plated tubular steel frame and legs and a hand-upholstered vinyl seat and back. Notice that the seat and back cushions are think and thus comfortable, which is something you can’t say about all diner chairs.

Since the chairs stack for easy storage, it’s a very practical detail that comes in very handy at closing time, when it’s time to clean up and get everything ready for the next day. The dimensions of the chairs are 19 1/2″ x 21 3/4″ x 31 1/2″ high. The piece is available in three different colors: dark red, cream and black. They come in sets of two and can be bought for EUR235.96.


Published by in Sofa and Chair, on October 13th, 2011

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