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SIMON Club Chair

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  • Type: Chairs
 

The perfect size for small-space living, this mid-century modern club chair is big on style. The petite frame, curved back support and tapered legs, which are available in Espresso and Riverloom, all work together to craft a chair that will make your guests envious. Reversible seat cushion and loose back cushion - both with zipper access - keep the chair looking fresh. Available in over 700 fabric options.


Cover Choices
SIMON available in: FABRIC
Finishes
Espresso
Riverloom
Unit Weight (lbs) 34 Seat Width 24.5"
Unit Width 32.5" Arm Height 21.5"
Unit Height 34" Seat Depth 18"
Unit Depth 32.5" Seat Height 20.5"
*Measurements are approximate, and may vary by base type/option

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  • Type: Chairs

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