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Queensley Upholstered Black Walnut Vanity Chair

Queensley Upholstered Black Walnut Vanity Chair


Queensley Vanity Chair Black Walnut

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The handpainted Queensley Upholstered Vanity Chair in black walnut will add formal flair to your bath or dressing area. Wooden vanity chair is handcrafted with solid wood legs and features handcarved details on the legs and back. Generously-sized, upholstered seat cushion is covered in ivory, all-cotton hobnail fabric; fill is urethane foam. Seat height is 17". Overall, 22"Wx17"Dx24"H; 20 lbs.

• Black walnut finish with regal walnut highlights
• From Butler Specialty
• Search Q440 for the antique ivory finish

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Review Summary
(Based on 4 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


Perfect rot the Queen's Castle
from TN wrote on

Exactly as pictured. Fits perfectly in the master bath and goes without old world design.

Vanity Chair
from MO wrote on

Adorable....bought two to balance small room used under two windows in the family room. Too cute! Heavy, sturdy chairs

Unique and classy!
from TX wrote on

I love this little chair! Looks even better in real life than it did online. The chair is sturdy, cushion is full and firm, and finish is nicely done. Didn't take long to assemble. Tip: Remove the protective plastic from the seat *before* attaching the legs.

Elegance To Spare!
from IL wrote on

This is listed as a vanity bench but is elegant enough to use anywhere where space is at a premium. I have mine in the small foyer/entryway to my city condo, where it offers guests a place to sit briefly or place their belongings as they come and go. With its curving black walnut and mahogany frame and burnished gold accents, this refined little chair lhas the appearance of a cherished European antique and adds the perfect touch of Old World elegancet to my transitional urban decor. .