The comfy Button Arm Chair



The Button Arm Chair wasn’t designed to impress with its looks but with its comfort. It has a rather simple design. It features a sturdy structure and four small wooden legs. It’s soft and cozy and it features leather upholstery. The little squares present on the upholstery and the little buttons between them are just a simple and chic way of saying this is a chair that’s not very comfortable but also beautiful and worthy to sit in any living room.

The comfy Button Arm Chair

In fact, because of its simple and versatile design, the Button Arm Chair can also be used in the bedroom, maybe near the window, in the library or reading corner where it would make a comfy addition or even in the home office. The overall dimensions of this product are 37W x 30D x 28H inches. The armchair will also need to be assembled upon arrival and that’s why an assembly tool kit and instructions are included.

This particular model in presented in black but it could also be made in other colors. You can buy the Button Arm Chair for the special price of $649.99. In case you want some additional furniture, you can always match it with the Button ottoman, the Button Sofa and the Button Love Seat. They all feature similar designs and materials.


Published by in Sofa and Chair, on November 29th, 2011

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