With solid oak frame and plush upholstered seat and back rest, the Pinta dining chair is made to last. Its classic design, comfort, and functionality make it the ideal dining chair for any contemporary dining area.
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|Frame||Solid oak timber|
|Finish||Clear satin lacquer finish|
|Legs||Solid oak timber||Colour Variance||Disclaimer →|
A delivery fee applies to all purchases (per order, per location), inclusive of assembly & placement of free-standing items. Our delivery team operates from Tuesday - to Saturday every week excluding public holidays. Our delivery charges are $30 for all orders under $500 & $80 for all orders exceeding $500.
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Upholstery : 1 Year, against manufacturing defects
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About Our Fabric
We work closely with our suppliers to select and curate a wide range of fabrics & leathers to best suit your different upholstery needs.
Choose from our range of stocked fabrics that are ready for immediate delivery or contact us to discuss special order bespoke options.
Linen fabric is a natural material made from the flax plant. Linen is comfortable, soft and has a relaxed inviting look perfectly suited for the tropics.
It is well-known for its temperature-regulating and moisture-wicking properties.
Polyester is a synthetic material and one of the most favoured textiles to use in upholstery. It is incredibly resilient; it is colour fast and can withstand a great deal of wear and tear.
Polyester is also more resistant to stains and most variations are machine washable.
Developers take the best qualities of each fabric when creating the blended materials that we love to use on our upholstered furniture.
Extremely durable, while remaining soft to the touch these fabrics continue to be an extremely popular choice.
Quality comes first; our products are designed and built to last.
If you follow our guidelines throughout the life of your furniture piece, you will have a product that ages gracefully and looks its best for years.
- For regular care, wipe the surface with a dry (lint-free) cloth.
- For oil and food stains, use a damp cloth to wipe stains and follow with a clean dry cloth.
- Do not leave liquid to sit on timber surface as it will penetrate and may cause staining.
Please bear in mind that computer browsers may present colours slightly differently, and colours may also appear differently according to your screen. Images displayed on the internet are a representation only, and we recommend seeing the product in our Showroom prior to ordering if you are unsure.