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Classic Revisited

Channelling the retro cool of the 1950s, this armchair is a refined addition to the home. Finished in a dapper Oxford grey.

Contrasting Textures

A contemporary mix of materials with sleek metal legs and wooden armrests. The perfect balance of industrial, traditional and organic.

Supportive Sit

The high angled back and armrests make for a firm but comfy seating position. Upholstered in a hardwearing linen mix fabric.

Versatile Styling

Not just for the living room, this armchair works in a home office or retro-styled bedroom too. Add a scatter cushion for a softer look.

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“ The Malton is classic 50s, full of angles and little masculine touches like the wooden armrests. But that era wasn't just for men - add a throw or scatter cushions for a more feminine feel.

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Product Dimensions
General Dimensions W68 x D85 x H84cm
Seating Height 45cm
Additional Dimensions Seat width - 55cm. Seat depth - 54cm. Arm height - 53cm
Packaging Dimensions 69 x 87 x 87cm
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Product Details
Frame Solid pine and plywood
Legs Steel - matt black powder coating
Suspension Webbing
Filling Foam (30-35kg/cbm)
Fabric 55% linen, 45% cotton - Oxford grey
Care Fixed cover
Assembly Easy
Weight 11kg

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Suzanne , 19 Oct 2012

I'm looking for grey upholstered dining chairs .... would this seat be suitable?

Made Customer Services, 19 Oct 2012

This is not designed as a dining chair and it would most likely be too low for this purpose. I would suggest that you measure the seat height (on this chair 45cm) against your dining table.

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