Mcguire Counter Stool

$297.00 CAD
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Expected Delivery Time: 4-6 Weeks

Description

To humble and comfort up to your kitchen dining area, meticulous detailing and celebrated craftsmanship merge to create McGuire’s signature appeal. Ideal counter height, this stool will position itself with timeless, elegant poise in any kitchen, dining or breakfast nook setting. Grounded with mid-century aesthetic and richly decadent, contrasting hues of blackened elm and natural rattan, it indeed brings simplicity and balance. If you’re in pursuit of a truly relaxed environment with serene flow and harmony - you’ll find it with this McGuire’s lightweight, calm ambiance and tonal warmth. Sturdy, easy to move, style and float around the home, your search for a beautifully simplistic counter stool is over.

14"W x 14"D x 26"H

Seat Height: 26"

Seat Height: 26"

8.8 lbs

Dark Brown | Natural

Solid Elm
Rattan Seat

Manufacturer defects that occur over time will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis and not subject to the 30 days, however, not exceeding 12 months.

Rattan should be cleaned regularly. Use a little dishwashing detergent diluted into water, then skim the suds off the top of the water with a soft cloth. Wipe the furniture's surface without getting the wood wet. Get into the crevices & grooves with a toothbrush or small brush. Another good habit is an annual clean. Scrub the rattan with detergent as per usual but use a bit more water than you would for your regular cleaning sessions. Dry the wood as quickly as possible, using the sun or even a hairdryer. Finally, apply a coat of shellac or lacquer to seal the wood until next year.

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