: D608Group Name
: Moriann - MultiGroup Style
The Moriann stool, barstool and counter height table collection beautifully raises the bar with an eclectic mix of choices. Options include all-wood, upholstered and metal frame models. Classic wood stools (choice of standard and tall) are finished in a dark wax black patina with contoured saddle seats and turned legs for vintage appeal. Upholstered barstools range from a delightfully different striped linen paired with faux leather, to shelter-back designs upholstered in a textured fabric with a choice of soft, neutral hues. There's also a metal framed swivel barstool with upholstered seating to suit more modern tastes; pairs beautifully with Moriann's round dining room counter height table of mixed veneers and wood with a multi-shelf pedestal base.
- D608-424 stool is made with hardwood solids in a dark brown finish
- It features bronze nail accented transitional shelter wing design that is upholstered in a dark brown textured fabric
- D608-524 stool is made with hardwood solids in a dark brown finish
- It features bronze nail accented traditional wing design that is upholstered in a textured taupy-gray (beige) color fabric
- D608-624,-630 stool is made from metal and finished a dark brown brush glazed silver color
- The stool has wood cap rail in a dark brown finish, scrolling arms and swivel function
- The seat is covered in a dark brown textured fabric.
- Polyester upholstery
- Cushioned seat
- Assembly required
- Excluded from promotional discounts and coupons
- Made of metal and engineered wood
- Comfortable footrest
- Distressed finish
- Pub height
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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