Bray Dining Chair
Bray Dining Chair
Take a seat in the Bray Dining Chair from Amisco Furniture and enjoy a meal in style. This chic chair is perfect for those who appreciate quality design and furniture that makes a statement. The Bray Dining Chair features a metal frame with an antique finish and supported by sturdy wooden legs. The seat and backrest are upholstered in a trendy fabric, making it both comfortable and fashionable. Whether you’re enjoying a meal with family or entertaining guests, the Bray Dining Chair is sure to add a touch of sophistication to your dining experience.
About Amisco Furniture.
Looking for furniture that will make your home look stylish and modern? Look no further than Amisco Furniture! Based in Quebec, Canada, Amisco takes pride in designing and producing beautiful residential furniture that will satisfy everyone’s taste. Their top-quality pieces reflect the latest North American design trends, and they’re always coming up with new ways to improve their furniture. Plus, when you buy from Amisco, you’re also helping to protect the environment! Their furniture is made using environmentally friendly processes, and they even recycle production rejects. So not only will your home look amazing with Amisco furniture, but you can feel good knowing that you’re supporting a sustainable company.
Why Choose Rubin’s Furniture?
We at Rubin’s Furniture know that every room in your home is unique, which means there’s no one-size fits all when it comes to choosing that perfect piece furniture. If you want something with personality and style then Rubin’s Furniture Interior Designers are here for you! We’ll help choose the custom look of this item based on what best suits your personal tastes in décor. Rubin’s Furniture Interior Design Services are always Complimentary. Come into Rubin’s Furniture Today.
35.25"H x 18.5"W x 22.25"D
Made In Canada.
WILL IT FIT?
It is your responsibility to ensure that all the items you are purchasing will fit in the intended areas of your home. If your home has narrow doorways, staircase turns, or low ceilings, you should measure these locations to ensure proper fit.