Haute House Mr. Smith Chair
Details EXCLUSIVELY OURS. Chair with deep tufting on back, arms, and seat. Alder wood frame. Cotton velvet upholstery. 39"W x 36"D x 36"T. Seat, 24"D x 18"T; arms, 24"T. Handcrafted in the USA of imported materials. Boxed weight, approximately 81 lbs. Designer About Haute House: Haute House is a Hollywood-based design and manufacturing company that creates haute couture furnishings for the home. Designer and owner Casey Fisher has been designing furniture for years as an upholstery…
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