The Nero Rope Outdoor Dining Side Chair will go beautifully with many of the outdoor dining tables that Teak Warehouse offers. Pair it with a-grade teak, reclaimed teak or concrete dining tables depending on the look you like.
Nero Rope Outdoor Dining Side Chair
The Nero Rope Outdoor Dining Side Chair is truly noteworthy with impeccable styling, class and quality. We combined a sleek powder coated aluminum frame with beautifully woven Italian outdoor rope. The result is a sleek, stunning dining chair in dark charcoal grey.
This dining chair is so unique because of the way the rope wraps around the frame. It appears simple, but is very intricate and precise. Just imagine how the sunlight will bounce through this light and airy design. The rope is strong, durable and has just the right amount of give to create a very comfortable seat so that no cushion is needed.
W50cm x D59cm x H82cm
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About Our Rope Furniture
Rope is such an exciting material because it is durable and the possibilities for the number of different looks are endless. The thickness of the strands, the colors, the texture, and the patterns are all considered for each design. Rope can be woven around aluminum, steel, and teak frames to make the most interesting pieces.
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Rope Furniture Care
Rope is an innovative material that along with a strong structure makes stunning furniture designs. It has been specially engineered to be used for outdoor furniture. It is durable, and weather resistant and will last for a long time with proper care. To keep you rope furniture looking good it is important to wipe up an spills immediately. You may spot clean an area by applying a mist of mild soapy water and work in the solution with a soft cloth by blotting or using light pressure. Rinse off the solution thoroughly and allow it to air dry. Do not use abrasive materials, excessive scrubbing or a high-pressure hose. And please keep sharp objects away from the rope to avoid any cutting or fraying.
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