Glenna Chair 6234

Need a small chair to complete your living area or bedroom?  Check out the Glenna chair from England.  With its high tapered leg, armless design, kidney accent pillow, and sleek contemporary lines, what’s not to love? Take a look at Heston for a leather version of this silhouette. Pairs nicely with our Collegedale and Lynette collections. Glenna Chair 6234 England

England Glenna Chair 6234

Please note that pillows on leather are not standard - These are sold separately.

Product Details

The England Living Room Glenna Chair is available in the New Tazewell, TN area from England Furniture.

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Item Description

Product Description Need a small chair to complete your living area or bedroom?  Check out the Glenna chair from England.  With its high tapered leg, armless design, kidney accent pillow, and sleek contemporary lines, what’s not to love? Take a look at Heston for a leather version of this silhouette. Pairs nicely with our Collegedale and Lynette collections.

Dimensions

Width 23"23INH

Depth 35"35INH

Height 36"36INH

Seat Width 23"

Seat Depth 22"

Seat Height 20"

Design Elements & Features

Motion Type Stationary

Finish Dark Brown

Construction & Ergonomics

Construction Back and seat construction are both of sinuous wire. Attached back cushion is block foam with polyester fiber cap. The seat cushion is loose (ventilated & reversible) block foam with polyester fiber wrap. Coil cushion is optional at a small upcharge. One 12 in x 21 in toss pillow is standard. The tapered legs in a dark brown finished wood are 2.75 x 6'' screw-in. Welt is matching.

Assembly & Care

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Other Details

Brand England

Category Living Room

Description Glenna Chair

SKU 6234

Type Chairs, Armless Chairs

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