Danish Cubist Oak Dining Chair with Upholstered Seat


Denmark, 1950s

A unique oak dining chair with new uphosltered seat featuring a striped linen-look backrest in Sunset and soft boucle seat in Nougat.

The oak frame is comprised . . . Read More >

Denmark, 1950s

A unique oak dining chair with new uphosltered seat featuring a striped linen-look backrest in Sunset and soft boucle seat in Nougat.

The oak frame is comprised of four legs and high back rest with beautiful turned timber detailing.

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Materials: Oak, Fabric.
Backrest: Perennials Tatton Stripe in col. Sunset. (Homespun, linen-look, solution dyed acryllic)
Seat: Warwick Ovis Boucle in col. Nougat (80% Polyester 10% Acrylic 10% Cotton / Heavy Commercial Upholstery)

H92cm x W51cm x D55cm, SH46cm


Intended for indoor use only.

To maintain the timber, dust using a dry or damp microfiber cloth. For any spills, wipe immediately ensuring no excess is left on the surface of the timber.

Perennials’ technically superior fabrics are fade resistant, mildew and mold resistant, bleach cleanable and easily maintained.
• Brush or vacuum any loose dirt from the surface of the product.
• To avoid staining, spills should be removed immediately.
Blot any excess liquid from the surface. Using a clean dampcloth or sponge, gently dab spot to remove remaining stain.
• For more stubborn stains, apply a natural soap or a mild
detergent such as Dawn®, Formula 409® or OxiClean® to
the cloth and gently dab (avoid excessive rubbing to avoid
damage to the surface).
• Chlorine bleach will not affect the coloration of the solution dyed acrylic fiber and is therefore acceptable for stubborn stain removal, including mildew. We suggest a diluted solution of one part bleach to two parts water. Please note that chlorine bleach is never recommended as a stain remover for printed fabrics or natural fibers (i.e. hemp), as it will affect the coloration of the print or natural fiber.
• Rinse thoroughly with clean water and let air dry. (Acrylic
does not support mildew growth; however, mildew may grow on dirt and residue that has not been removed from the fabric so thorough rinsing is essential.)

Professional dry cleaning is always recommended for tough stains. Any solvent except Trichloroethylene is acceptable; must use low heat during processing to avoid damage to the fibers.

• Vacuum regularly using low suction (weekly recommended)
• Protect from direct sunlight
• Shampoo clean using upholstery shampoo. Do not use dishwashing or laundry detergents. Do not scrub with a stiff brush. Gently vacuum to restore pile. Dry in shade away from direct heat. Allow to dry thoroughly before re-use. If cleaning with hot-water extraction machine use hot. Professional cleaning recommended. Use only upholstery detergent.
• For spot cleaning, treat spills and stains as soon as possible. Gently scrape any soil or mop any liquid from the surface of the fabric, apply proprietary cleaning agents strictly according to instructions to remove the residue of the spill. Do not saturate the fabric or the interior with water or other cleaning liquids. May be spot cleaned with dry cleaning solvent.
• Annual professional cleaning is recommended.
• Pilling can occur occasionally as a resuly of normal daily wear and should not be considered a fault. Fibre pills can be removed by a battery operated pilling tool available from most haberdashery stores.


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