Bring on the style
Counter height swivel wood stool with center button tuft and nail head trim finished in antique gray with ash fabric
Elevate the look
Counter height stools work best with counters or bars that are 34-36 inches in height
Crafted for you
Base has line detailing on the tapered legs and apron complemented by the ash gray upholstery with center button tuft that further elevates the style
The hillsdale furniture santa clara ii counter stool is the essence of glamorous sophistication. Tapered legs and a center button tufting outlined with silver nail head studding on the stool back combine to create a fresh take on traditional design. The overall result is both modern and regal -- The perfect complement to formal and upscale décor. The antique gray finish and ash gray upholstery make the swivel stool modest yet deluxe. Add luxury to your kitchen and dining room area with this counter height stool. Assembly required.
- Counter height swivel wood stool with center button tuft and nail head trim finished in antique gray with ash fabric
- Counter height stools work best with counters or bars that are 34-36 inches in height
- Base has line detailing on the tapered legs and apron complemented by the ash gray upholstery with center button tuft that further elevates the style
- Assembly required
- Ships one stool in one box
- Works best with counters or tables that are 34-38 inches in height
- Spot or wipe clean
- Recommended weight limit: 250lbs
- For residential use only
|HDF Item Number
||41H x 22W x 16D; Seat Height: 26H; Seat Diameter: 17H
||Rubberwood & MDF
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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