STOLA Dining Chair is a combination of classiness and modern simplicity.
The feeling of comfort is of the utmost importance when it comes to people. The need for a mix between comfort and elegance is also part of our nature, leading to the want to create the astonishing STOLA Dining Chair, by BRABBU. This design piece is a great way of adding a different and bright décor to your dining room.
STOLA takes inspiration from Ancient Rome, more specifically the way that Roman women used to dress. These Roman clothes were seen as a symbol of elegance and strength, leading to this amazing upholstered dining chair draped in fabric all throughout.
STOLA Dining Chair, fully upholstered with draped fabric in the inner back, will bring elegance and fierceness to your dining room.
Nanook is the master of bears, the one who decides the luck of the hunters in the Arctic regions. NANOOK Dining Chair blends the beauty and grandiosity of this animal. This dining room chair has a strong presence balanced with the elegance given by golden nailhead trim and the button detailing on the inner back.
Each Spring, from 1866 to 1885, Cowboys rode from Texas to the railheads in Kansas. KANSAS Dining Chair is a tribute to their courage. This button-tufted back chair is upholstered in synthetic leather, making it the perfect dining room furniture addition.
Zulu is the largest ethnic group in South Africa and the one who inspired the ZULU Dining Chair. Fully upholstered in cotton velvet, this button tufted dining chair is full of personality, making it an unforgettable chair design whether the dining room decor it is placed in.
Cayo, an elegant and luxurious dining chair by BRABBU, has its name after the Cuban Cayo Island, a nature wonder with beautiful landscapes and an impressive green sea.
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