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Traditional Low Back Dining Chair

£49.99
 exc. vat
Product Code:
9330WO

Key Features

NEW! Traditional Low Back Dining Chair in Weathered Oak colour

Sales Order Hotline: 01295 758536

Traditional Low Back Dining Chair in NEW! Weathered Oak colour

Introducing some of our most popular chairs in a brand new wood colour. And to compliment them farmhouse tables with chunky planked tops and softly distressed edges. A beautiful matt finish completes the look.

From country retreat to city centre eclectic bar, stamp your individual style with the new Weathered Oak range from Pub Stuff.

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This popular dining height side chair has been in the Pub Stuff range for many years and continues to be a popular choice for country pubs through to community clubs and restaurants. The turned wood barley twist front legs and drop inset seat pad add a real splash of vintage styling to this chair and its neat footprint ensures fabulous efficiency if you’re working in smaller spaces. The square shaped slatted back piece projects nicely above the table edge giving an interesting eyeline to your bar, club or restaurant area. Often mixed with the 1940 Traditional High Back Chair and the Lattice Chair, the 9330 Traditional Low Back Chair suits an eclectic mix for a scheme that looks as though it has evolved over time.

The 9330 Traditional Low Back Chair is available in a choice of three distinctive wood colours, choose from Dark Walnut, Soft Oak or Weathered Oak – or mix them up for a truly eclectic feel.  The Pub Stuff extensive range of fabrics and faux leathers can be used to pad the seat or a fabric of your choice if you can’t see something you like in the standard range – just ask one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales team to help.  All the faux leathers and fabrics we offer are suitable for Contract Furniture upholstery and are rated to CRIB5 fire retardancy, as required for use in a public space. The fabrics and faux leathers in the Pub Stuff range can be viewed if you scroll down this page. 

Combine it with the Boston pedestal base tables, the Stowe turned leg pedestal tables or the chunky farmhouse tables.

As with all the Pub Stuff wooden chairs the 9330 Traditional Low Back Chair comes fully assembled. It’s constructed in the Pub Stuff factories to Contract Furniture strength using mortice and tenon joints and traditional robust manufacturing methods.

Now available in Pub Stuff's NEW! weathered oak colour.

Other Chairs available in weathered oak:

Traditional High Back Dining Chair

Chapel Chair

Cambridge Dining Chair

 

Tables available in weathered oak:

Farmhouse Chunky Rectangle Table in Weathered oak colour

Farmhouse Chunky Square Table in Weathered oak colour

 

  • Sanded Dining Tables
  • Old Farmhouse Tables
  • Scaffold Tables
  • Scrubbed Pine Farmhouse
  • Old Farmhouse Tables
  • Old Farmhouse Chairs
  • Vintage Chairs
  • Distressed contract furniture
  • Butchers Block Tables
  • School House Chairs
  • Church Chairs


 

 


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How to look after your Pub Stuff Furniture

All Pub Stuff wooden furniture products are made from sustainable wood.  They are solid wood not veneer.  It is a natural product and will have individual grains and markings.

Wood will also expand and contract depending on the humidity and this may mean that sometimes the bolts and screws need tightening onthe Pub tables to hold the product firm, this is especially necessary in the first few weeks. Please ensure you do not overtighten.

To keep your Pub Stuff wooden furniture beautiful, you will simply need to wipe with warm soapy water and polish with a wood polish such as Pledge.  Some sanitisers will quickly damage your furniture. 

Ensure you do not place hot items directly onto Pub Stuff tables.  If it is too hot to hold, it is too hot for the table.

If you need to move your  tables, DO NOT DRAG THEM ACROSS THE FLOOR.  Dragging the tables will break your tables and Pub Stuff will not be liable for the damage caused in this way.  Tables must be lifted evenly.  Poseur tables should be lifted by the pedestal, not the top.

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