What’s your favourite coffee, Latte or Cappuccino? Whatever your preference, this soft warm brown fabric will bring your favourite coffee right into your home. This colour is perfect with shades that are related to the sea or sunset including pink, coral, blue, aquamarine, mint green, lilac or lavender. You can also mix brown into a room with complementary colours such as red and green, orange and blue or yellow and purple. Who would have thought that brown could be such a flexible coordinate?
Brown soft furnishings often receive poor publicity but the focus in this colour is very much on the rich earthy quality that brown possesses. Warmer than black or grey, this brown tone has a rural and indeed autumnal look that will bring warmth to your living space and it's important to note that brown will always be enhanced when contrasted with crisp white if your preference is a more dynamic look.
The 76cm high, timber framed Pimlico Coffee tub chair would find it’s perfect home as an occasional chair in either a lounge, dining room, study, kitchen diner, bedroom and indeed a white bathroom, in fact, it really isn’t going to be out of place anywhere in your home. You will find that the straight back and sloping arms of this chair will be a huge bonus for those of you that suffer with back pain. The design of the chair encourages you to sit in more of an upright position which helps with your core muscles, putting less strain on your spinal column. Sliding down in a chair reduces the support on your lower back, causing pressure in previously weaken areas and this chair encourages you to sit correctly which is a huge bonus.
You can really ring the changes by adding a scatter cushion in a colour of your choice, but don’t go any larger than a 16" x 16" scatter cushion or you will find the cushion takes over and detracts from the beauty of the chair.
SKU TCPIMCOF Height 76 cm Width 79 cm Depth 71 cm Seat Height 43 cm Colour Brown Material Fabric Pattern Plain
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