Eames DSW ChairH-103001
1000 In stock
Featuring elegant beech wooden legs, ergonomic seat. The latest Polypropylene craftsmanship makes the chairs a subtle matt texture as well as notable durability which are ready to stand the test of time. They are relatively lightweight, easy to move around and extremely comfy.
WELL-BLENDED VIBRANT COLOURS:
With a wide variety of colors, the chairs won’t fade or change because of the well-blended color technology unless they are scratched.
COMPLEMENT YOUR HOME:
Without costing a big fortune, the chairs are not only suitable for your dining room, office or even cafeteria, they can also be a thoughtful housewarming gift to a dear friend or beloved family member.
QUALITY EMBRACES STYLE:
The chairs are made of high-quality materials, which shows excellent craftsmanship. You may rest assured that these tulip style dining chairs will never let you down.
EASY TO CLEAN:
This tulip style dining chair is easy wipe-clean. Simply use a paper towel to wipe away any splashes.
- Superior quality, modern and stylish;
- Ergonomically rounded corners and edges;
- Maximum weight capacity: 100kg
- Back cannot be tilted;
- Seat cushion is fixed on seat;
- Quick and simple to assemble with instructions include;
- Plastic stoppers on feet for scratch-free stability;
- Side Chair with good design and function, extremely sturdy, easy to clean and durable;
- Retro mid-century dining room chairs, great addition to any dining table.
Back height: 82 cm | Leg Width: 41 cm | Depth: 51.5 cm | Seating height: 40 cm
- Seat: Polypropylene molded shell;
- Leg: UV resistant Base in beech wood, lacquered steel
- 16 x beech wood foot
- 4 x black metal frame
- 4 x white seat
- 4 x screws and bag of nuts
- 1 x Instruction for installation
Product may vary slightly from images due to the use of natural materials (e.g. wood, marble and leather grains), or due to the lighting, contrast and color display.
To make sure the chair height would fit, please check the dimension carefully before place an order, you could measure your desk or compare to your old chairs.
What DSW Chair?
The DSW chair was considered a revolutionary design, winning the Low Cost Design Competition (New York Museum of Modern Art) in 1948.