Art Deco armchair from Kare Design

Simple, but with a strong visual impact, the Art Deco armchair is a piece of furniture that adds style to any area of the house. It has a compact design but delicate lines and beautiful curves that make it a very stylish and elegant piece. The Art Deco armchair would make a lovely addition to spaces such as the living room but it would also look lovely in the library, dining room, even office or bedroom.

Art Deco is an upholstered armchair created by KARE-DESIGN. It has a strong and durable construction that ensures its stability and allows you to enjoy it for many years to come. The chair features a wooden frame made from birch wood. Not only that the shape and overall design of the chair make it very elegant and chic but it’s also a very cozy and comfortable piece of furniture. The Art Deco armchair features polyurethane foam that makes it soft and comfy. It’s why it’s more than just an eye-catching piece for the décor.

The Art Deco armchair features a polyurethane cover with a very soft and friendly texture. The chair is available in multiple color options. They are all vibrant and dynamic and include shades such as red, green, pink or beige. The overall dimensions of the chair are 0,795 x 0,73 x 0,81 m. You can either opt for matching colors or you can alternate them for a more striking visual impact.



Published by in Sofa and Chair, on June 5th, 2012

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