Whitemeadow Enzo Standard Chair

Cool, Contemporary Style

For a truly uber-cool style, why not try the distinctive Enzo model? Enzo is presented in an eye catching all new dog tooth fabric, Houndstooth, creating a contemporary looking model with striking features such as a super slim front border profile.

Whitemeadow Enzo Standard Chair

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Cool, Contemporary Style

For a truly uber-cool style, why not try the distinctive Enzo model? Enzo is presented in an eye catching all new dog tooth fabric, Houndstooth, creating a contemporary looking model with striking features such as a super slim front border profile.

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Details & dimensions

Width 99cm
Depth 92cm
Height 73-88cm
Seat depth 58cm
Seat height 44cm
Back height 65cm
Arm height 65cm
Fabric type A woven fabric with a chunky texture
Fabric characteristics Different fibres and fabric constructions require specialist techniques, in all cases we recommend professional dry clean in situ.
Frame Material A traditional hard wood construction, pinned and glued.
Leg material Chrome
Scatter cushion filling Feather filled scatters are supplied inside zipped cases as standard. There are 2 x large scatters with each size of Sofa and 1 x small scatter with each Chair.
Seat material Traditional sinuous zig-zag springs covered with foam.
Seat filling High Quality Foam for superior comfort and support.
Back filling Fibre filled back cushions are supplied in zipped cases.
Filling characteristics All interiors will settle and compress with use, regular dressing is required to maintain the appearance of seats, backs and scatters.
Guarantee Five year structural performance guarantee. This guarantee includes timber frame structure, springs and webbing.
Care

Regular Cleaning Carefully vacuum your upholstery using the soft brush upholstery attachment at least once a week, dust removal may be improved by brushing with a soft brush. Pay special attention to arm fronts and pleated sections. Dirt and dust will rapidly increase fabric wear and may cause the dulling and fading of colours. Take care when using a vacuum around decorative trims and fringing or skirts. These can easily be caught and may be damaged. Decorative facings and timber feet require minimal maintenance and should be kept free from dust by occasionally wiping with a clean cloth. Do not use spray polishes or solvent cleaners as these can have a damaging effect and any overspray can have adverse effects on the adjoining fabric. Care of Cushions All cushions should be “tidied and dressed” regularly, we recommend turning daily, and frequently switching the positions of the cushions where possible. This will help prevent excessive wear to one side. Avoid perching on the edge of cushions as this may cause the fillings or fabric to lose their shape Feather and fibre filled seat and back cushions will need to be “plumped” on a regular basis to ensure the cushion interior fills the case to the correct shape. Failure to do this may result in the fillings forming a mass, giving the cushion a flat or uneven appearance. Foam cushions do not require the same level of maintenance as they will keep their shape for longer, that said we do recommend periodically plumping to stimulate the foam. Prolonged Sunlight and Heat Upholstered furniture should not be exposed to direct sunlight as this may result in deterioration and fading of your fabric. Always position your furniture away from the sun rays and protect it by drawing blinds, or curtains when applicable. Avoid leaving your upholstery too close to open fires or radiators. Correct Use Your furniture is designed to be sat on in comfort, so use it correctly for that purpose. Sitting on the edges of cushions or the arms may cause permanent wear and distortion to the fillings and fabric. Avoid allowing sharp edge toys, buckles, jewellery and domestic pets to snag the fabric. If this occurs, carefully cut the plucked fabric yarn or snag away with a pair of scissors. Under no circumstances should a snag be pulled. Please try to restrain children from climbing and jumping on upholstery, especially when wearing shoes.

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