BZR Benzara BM177783 Wooden Side Chair White P12508847BZR-BM177783 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/BZR/BZR-BM177783.jpg Benzara BM177783 Wooden Side Chair White Manufacturer Part Number: BM177783Features: Add a stylish look to your dining and any other spaceSupported on sleek and long legsPerfect for any space in your home Description:This transitional chair will transform to your kitchen, dining or living room with a charming and elegant style. Fully crafted with wood in white finish. It will be perfect match for your space.Dimension1: 17.13x17.32x29.92Origin: MalaysiaAssembly Needed: Yes 12508847 192551170988 15.43lbs 3.00 18.00 31.00
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Benzara BM177783 Wooden Side Chair, White

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Manufacturer Part Number: BM177783

Features:
  • Add a stylish look to your dining and any other space
  • Supported on sleek and long legs
  • Perfect for any space in your home


  • Description:

    This transitional chair will transform to your kitchen, dining or living room with a charming and elegant style. Fully crafted with wood in white finish. It will be perfect match for your space.

    Dimension1: 17.13x17.32x29.92

    Origin: Malaysia

    Assembly Needed: Yes

    WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
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