by Commonhouse Furniture
The Quartet Chair from Commonhouse relies on quality materials, thoughtful construction and a subdued style to bring both comfort and beauty to your life. A contoured, floating seat promises to keep you comfortable no matter whether you're sitting down for dinner or readying for a long night of work. The curved back rest provides comfort and a beautiful touch of minimal style. The Commonhouse Quartet Chair combines the best of Amish and Mennonite woodworking with a modern design for one breathtaking piece.
The Quartet Chair features:
- 22" w x 30" h x 20" d
- Constructed of solid wood, available in 5 different woods
- Soft edges for a comfortable sitting experience
- Wrap around backrest
- Contoured floating seat
Materials & Measurements
Solid wood in your choice of walnut, cherry, maple, ebonized or white oak
Finish: a water resistant, natural low sheen lacquer
22" w x 30" h x 20" d
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About The Manufacturer
Common isn't usually an adjective you gravitate towards when picking out your furniture, but Commonhouse Furniture is certainly a name you will gravitate to. "Common," as used in Commonhouse, means far from ordinary; it means a perfect balance of the familiar and the simple. Commonhouse Furniture brings Old World manufacturing processes together with modern designs to create pieces that perfectly match traditional woodcraft's time-tested skills with modern shapes. Manufactured in the United States, Commonhouse Furniture incorporates the best elements of Amish and Mennonite craftsmanship with pieces that exhibit the curves and minimal forms of thoroughly modern designs. Simple, familiar and far from ordinary, Commonhouse Furniture brings warmth and beauty to life.
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Shipping & Delivery
Commonhouse Furniture ships via standard ground shipping and generally arrives 8-9 weeks after the date of purchase.
Commonhouse Furniture comes with a 5 year manufacturer's warranty. That means that any products with manufacturer's defects will be repaired or replaced for up to five years.