The Raymond leather chair by Massoud Furniture

Leather furniture has also been a sign or elegance and wellbeing. Nobody can argue the fact that leather furniture is visibly distinct from fabric pieces and has a more stylish and chic look. the most common type of leather furniture are armchairs and sofas. Raymond is a beautiful leather armchair that would look stunning in any home.

Created by Massoud Furniture, a company created in 1962, the Raymond chair is handcrafted in the USA using Italian materials. All Massoud furniture features kiln-dried hardwood frames and the finest leathers and fabrics available and this is no exception. The company also uses multiple support rails, reinforced corner blocks, mortise-and-tenon joinery, and suspended coil systems for comfort and quality craftsmanship that lasts a lifetime.

Raymond has a hardwood frame, sturdy and durably, with leather upholstery. The armchair is only available in brown leather with matching frame and details. The chair measures 35″W x 41″D x 28″T with 21″W x 22″T seat. Because of its design, Raymond would look best in a stylish traditional home where it would beautifully integrate in the living room or in any other room of the house. It has a traditional-classic design and the materials employed further enhance this impression. This beautiful leather chair can be purchased at a price of $2,899.00.

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


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