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Hedemora Accent Stool by Fjørde & Co


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  • 10+ in Stock
  • Overall: 46.5cm H x 40.5cm W x 40.5cm D

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Stool made of black lacquered steel with an antique-style finish. A must for decorating home or office with your own personality. Suitable for various decorating styles.


  • Total weight: 3.8kg

Product Details

  • Frame Material: Metal
  • Swivel: No
  • Backed: No
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  • Overall: 46.5cm H x 40.5cm W x 40.5cm D


Frame Material: Metal Swivel: No
Backed: No Product Type: Decorative Stool
Number of Seats: 1 Pattern: Solid
Style: Vintage Distressed: Yes
Solid Wood Construction: No Upholstered: No
Nailhead Trim: No Hand Painted: No
Storage Space Included: No  

About the Manufacturer

Showcasing a minimalist and honest look, Fjørde & Co combines a retro sensibility with Scandinavian influences to help you create a simple but cool environment complemented by chunky knits, small pattern repeats and light furs to gain a truly Nordic touch.

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