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Fabric Dining Chair - Black

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  • Fabric Dining Chair Black image.
  • Fabric Dining Chair Black image.
  • Fabric Dining Chair Black image.

Fabric Dining Chair - Black




Designed in 1950s by Grant Featherston, the Fabric Dining Chair is as sensational as it was when it was first released. With its contoured seating and organic elegance, the modern dining chair strikes the ideal balance between function and form. These beautifully upholstered dining chairs create a warm, inviting seating option with a unique style that will add that extra touch of class to your dinner party!

Fabric Dining Chair
Fabric Dining Chair

Designed as per the original

The Fabric Dining Chair by Designer Editions will add an aura of sophistication to your dining room with its alluring comfort and bold, luxurious style. A premium style manufactured from the highest quality materials and is a truly magnificent addition to any environment. The legs are crafted from solid ash wood, which creates a sense of warmth, and perfectly complements the cashmere wool upholstery. Update your dining room with this fabulous chair inspired by the great Australian designer Grant Featherston. With style, comfort, durability and a 5-year manufacturer’s warranty all wrapped up in the Fabric Dining Chair, all that's left to do is sit back and enjoy!


Fabric Dining Chair
  • Frame: Cashmere Fabric, Solid wood frame
  • Legs: Ash Wood
  • Comfort: Comfy Soft
  • Fabric: Wool
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Assembly: Easy (feet only)
  • Instructions: Included
  • Care: Vacum
  • Clean: Spot Clean
  • Fabric Ordering: Suggested
  • Dimension: Width 58cm, Depth 60cm, Height 72cm
  • Seat Dimension: Height 45cm approx
  • Packing Dimension: Width 63cm, Depth 60cm, Height 75cm
  • CBM:   Product Weight: 13kg
Inspired By

Grant Featherston

Grant Featherston was born in Geelong, Victoria in 1922 and was considered one of Australia’s best known designers. His furniture has win many Good Design Awards. Before serving the army, he was a self-taught Australian designer who worked in lighting and glass panels before specializing in furniture. His works have been featured in numerous museum exhibits and his modernist chairs, which had been featured in prominent Australian galleries such as the Peter Bray Gallery, are highly collectable works. His work has been featured in several museum retrospectives of post-war furniture and his designs still inspire modern designers of today.

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