Udine Counter Stool

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The Udine Counter/Barstool is a work of modern art. Wooden seats finished in natural veneers feature a slight indent for streamlined comfort.

A polished, stainless steel frame provides beauty in its most minimalistic form. The Udine Counter Stool was built with an elegant ghost design - its ultra-thin profile makes for an uninterrupted visual experience.

Comes in 2 heights - bar or countertop.

Available Color/Finish: Natural Oak, Canaletto Walnut
Polished, stainless steel framing reflects a modern, minimalist beauty.
Wood seats with natural veneers feature a slight indent for added comfort.
Available in two heights - bar or counter.

Chromed Steel
Natural Veneer

Overall Size: 16W x 16D x 31H inches/ 24.5 Lbs
Seat Height: 26 inches

Ships within 5-7 days

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