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baltimore bar stool

Crestview Collections
baltimore Collection

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  • Type: Bar Stools

by Crestview Collections

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Get yourself a bar stool or several with style and a bit of softness for when you're ready to pull up a seat. This Crestview Collection Baltimore Bar Stool lets you perch at just the right height, with a cushioned swivel seat and a back rest for additional structure. The medium gray patterned fabric finish of the seat has button tufting and nail head details down the edges that add to the flair. Dark brown rubberwood finish legs are sturdy supports for your relaxation.

Item Height 40"
Item Length 21"
Item Width 20"
Specifications & Features
Finish upholstered, stained Finish upholstered, stained
Design Elements
Type seating, bar & counter stools
Color grey, brown
Styles transitional Styles transitional

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  • Type: Bar Stools

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