The Armen Living Laredo and Polly mid-century dining set promises an unmatched degree of comfort and dependability, making it an ideal choice for the contemporary dining room. The Laredo's modern design boasts a black frame, brilliantly complemented by the table's stylish Walnut Veneer top design. This combination finds its ideal match in the Polly's sleek Walnut frame. Foam padded and exceptionally comfortable, the Polly offers a supportive frame wrapped in a sophisticated grey fabric package. The Laredo/Polly combination is designed to fit in any dining room but features a versatile appearance that makes it perfect for just about any room of the house. The Laredo/Polly set comes with 1 dining table and 4 dining chairs.
- Comes with standard 1 year limited warranty
- Included: 1 Dining Table, 4 Dining Chairs
- Assembly Required: Yes
- Seat Height: 18.5 Inches
- Chair Upholstery Material: Grey Polyester
- Table Material: Rubberwood, Veneer
- NOTE: Fabric color and saturation may vary due to lighting and monitor/phone screen settings.
||63" W x 35.00" D, 30.00" H (Dining Table) 20.00" W x 23.00" D x 30.00" H (4x Dining Chair)
||Dining Table: 67.00 Pound Dining Chair: 14.00 Pound (4x)
||67" W x 39" D x 6" H (Dining Table) 24" W x 21" D x 20" H (Dining Chair)
||Dining Table: 87 Pound Dining Chair: 37 Pound
|Shipping Dimensions 2
||24" W x 21" D x 20" H (Dining Chair)
|Box Weight 2
||Dining Chair: 37 Pound
|Quantity in Box
||Laredo (Dining Table), Polly (Dining Chair)
||Dining Table: MDF, veneer, rubberwood Dining Chair: Solid rubberwood, Fabric
||Walnut Veneer top
||Walnut and Black
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