Cape Lilac Mahogany Arm Chair in Driftwood, The Monaco
Chosen for its deep grain and ethereal texture, the Cape Lilac Mahogany on our Monaco Arm Chair is a truly special material. Stained in a limed dark gray, natural or driftwood color, the grain of the wood shines. A distant cousin to the Alexa Chair, the Monaco s shape is derived from ancient Klismos chairs of Greece but also has notes of Art Deco influence. The slightly flared, hand-carved legs add a touch of elegance and refinement. The curved back is striking from all angles-and allows the seat to be nestled nicely under any dining table or desk. Each detail of the Monaco is carefully considered. The back is carved by hand for subtle shaping while the basket weave-patterned caning is hand woven in our factories, strand by strand. The linen drop-in seat is easily reupholstered. The result is comfortable without being overly large and perfectly suitable as a desk chair to work from home or dotted around a curved dining table (as it has no trouble with the apron of a desk or table).
What We Love About The Monaco:
The striking curves of the Monaco and its total versatility continually make it one of our bestselling items.
4w x 23d x 36h
- Cape Lilac Mahogany
- Hand-Woven Caning
- Linen Drop-In Cushion in Natural (Photo is for reference only, actual color can vary widely from lot to lot)
- Depending on Repeat 1/2 to 1 Yard of Fabric to Upholster
Arm Height: 18.5
Arm Width: 18.5
Seat Width: 18.5
Seat Depth: 19.5
Seat Height: 19.5
Cushion Thickness: 3
Between Legs: 20.25
Floor To Bottom: 14.75
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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