Cloud dining chair desert sand fabric set of 2

Benmore Studio

  • €500.00
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Desert sand fabric, the latest addition to our range of Cloud dining chairs.

The Cloud dining chair was designed by Marianne Bjarløv and has a simple yet impactful shape with organic, rounded corners on the seat and elegant, conical legs that bring a lightness to the design. It is a chair that looks good from any angle without dominating the space. 

  • Height (cm): 85
  • Width (cm): 50
  • Depth (cm): 56
  • Seating Height (cm): 48
  • Product Net Weight (kg): 6
  • Colour: Desert sand
  • Material (Seat): Fabric
  • Colour (Legs): Black
  • Material (Legs): Metal/Steel
  • Stackable: No
  • Fire Resistant: No

Fabric furniture has a natural breathability that allows for a high comfort over a long time. Our fabrics range from flat to more rustic weaves, are all soft to touch and highly durable. Our fabrics come with min. 30,000 Martindale (most of them 50,000 Martindale) which indicates that they will not wear down easily.

COMFORT & DURABILITY CARE INSTRUCTIONS We always recommend using a textile protection spray, for example from Guardian, before you start to use your furniture. This will apply a protective layer that still allows the fabric to breathe but makes it less susceptive to stains. Repeat the treatment 1-2 times a year for optimum protection of your furniture. Vacuum your fabric furniture once a week with an upholstery attachment. Be sure to remove any spillage as quickly as possible to avoid stains. Non-fat stains can be whiped off with a damp cloth and a mild detergent. For dried out/more stubborn stains, try a fabric cleaner. Test the cleaning product in a non-visible spot first. Do not use harsh detergents or chemicals as they will cause discolouration in the fabric. If exposed to direct sunlight, the fabric colour will fade over time.

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