The classic French Provincial breakfast bar stool. The stunning design features a timber cross back and natural rattan seat. Suitable for use in home and commercial settings, adding a warmth that only natural timber can do.
PLEASE NOTE: Our bars stools have a rustic look and feel. Natural Timber has many variations in colour, grain and texture which means every chair is unique to your space. Painted stools are a light cover to allow the natural grain to show through. Please note that wood grain and colour may vary. Inconsistencies should be expected and appreciated.
• 2 year commercial warranty.
• Suitable for indoor commercial use.
• Static load 150kg.
• Elm wood stool with reinforcing at stress points for extra durability.
• Rattan seat has a timber backing for extra durability.
• French provincial style.
• Plastic feet are securely attached to the legs to protect your floors from scuff and scratches.
• Supplied fully assembled.
• Lightweight but strong design.
Available in painted-white and painted-black.
All prices include gst.
Seat: 44cm wide x 42cm deep
Seat Height: 66cm
Backrest Height: 107cm
Footprint: 45cm wide x 48cm deep
For everyday cleaning wipe with a damp microfibre cloth and dry with a clean cloth.
Use a handheld vacuum with a brush attachment to remove dust from the rattan seat.
Avoid positioning your rattan and timber furniture in direct sunlight, direct heat & cooling sources for extended periods, as this can cause the furniture to dry out, warp or split.
Rotate furniture to prevent the sun from causing excessive fading on one side.
Do not stand or kneel on rattan seats. This can put excessive strain on the base of the chair, and can cause it to split or warp.
Occasional application of linseed oil can be beneficial to extend the life of you rattan furniture.
Rattan can become dry, split and cracked over the years. We recommend applying boiled linseed oil once a year to prolong the life of your stool. Apply boiled linseed oil with a brush, wipe it clean with a soft cloth. Allow it to dry or harden before using the rattan again. (NB boiled linseed oil is used over regular linseed oil because it drys faster)