Beautiful from every angle, the Mills Dining Arm Chair back is inlaid with panels of cathedral elm veneer on the front and overlaid with carved wood filigree on the reverse. The neatly tailored seat is detailed with nail head trim; the tapered legs are corner carved and fluted and the graceful arms end in carved scrolls. The Mills Dining Arm Chair is available in Cirrus, a neutral painted finish that has been rubbed and gently aged by hand. Sold As Set of 2.
- Dimensions In Inches: w-27.75 x d-25.01 x h-43.51
- Dimensions In Centimeters: w- 70.49 x d- 63.53 x h-110.52
- Weight: 28lbs.
- Furniture Piece: Dining Chairs
- Style: New Traditional Wood Finish: Walnut Material: Parawood Solids
- Collection: Vintage Salvage
- Arch. Salvage is a 36-piece collection containing designs for the Bedroom, Dining, and Living categories. Each item is thoughtfully crafted after months spent meticulously researching architectural details from old European structures. The concept was born to address the trend of old elements being repurposed by artisan craftsman into new buildings and furniture. The assortment exudes authenticity. Moldings and posts were derived by doorframes and mantles. Cornice and capital motifs take inspiration directly from decades old structures. Even the hardware is a Nd to vintage touchpoints. The excitement of Architectural Salvage lies Nt only in its broad range of details, but also in its unique blend of highly functional statement pieces. We feel that it's the perfect way to address what's become a major trend in today's decorating landscape.
||w-25.75 x d-22.88 x h-43.38
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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