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Copenhagen Stackable City Chair, White

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Item Description

A sleek and lightweight aluminum outdoor chair, the Copenhagen Stackable City Chair brings a breath of fresh air to your outdoor space with its contemporary, light design and fun colorways. A slimmer version of the Copenhagen Stackable Chair, the City Chair offers a lower and more narrow backrest and seat for an elegant look, while remaining comfortable.

About Cane-line

Cane-line is a Danish design company with more than 30 years of experience in designing and manufacturing comfortable and functional furniture. Life made comfortable is the very essence of Cane-line and all over the world their mission is the same – to make life comfortable and add value to the life and places where you unwind and relax.
Dimensions
  • Overall: 30"H x 18"W x 22.1"D
  • Seat Depth: 15.8"
  • Seat Height: 17.8"
Specifications
  • Color: White
  • Weight: 13.47 lbs
  • Material: Aluminum
Material
  • Aluminum
Shipping
  • Weight: 13.47 Lbs
  • Ships Ltl
  • Ships for free
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