Holland 25 in. Cambridge Ladderback Counter Stool - Black Wrinkle Finish - Black Vinyl SeatItem#: HN-HBS094
When every seat needs to be the best seat in the house, look no further than the Holland 25 in. Cambridge Ladderback Counter Stool - Black Wrinkle Finish - Black Vinyl Seat. Designed to attract attention and keep guests comfortable at the same time, this modern piece delights from dawn to dessert. The metal frame features solid wells for superior strength and powder-coated to look new for years.
About Holland Bar Stools
With over 25 years of experience in the commercial furniture industry, Cambridge Stool Co. was founded on the principles of fine quality, craftsmanship, and service. As an industry leading manufacturer of upscale, commercial quality barstools, tables, and chairs, we use the finest high quality plating grade steel to produce this 30" (bar height) swivel stool to insure a high quality and long lasting finish. Seats are covered in a durable, leather-like vinyl. This stool comes with a 5 year residential warranty that covers any defects in workmanship or materials. There is a Lifetime Warranty on the swivel. Stool Rated for up to 400 lbs. For cleaning, use a damp cloth or Formula 409 cleaner. Do not use abrasive cleaners or strong solvents. Made in the USA.
Dimensions & Specifications
With a Back
17.5W x 17.5D x 39H in.
Powder Coated Black
Commercial Grade Vinyl
- Modern stool with durable wood seat
- Powder-coated metal frame
- Armless for comfort; swivels
- 25-inch seat height
- Dimensions: 17.5W x 17.5D x 39H inches
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Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Attractive Design
- Good Height
- Difficult To Assemble
- Kitchen Island
Comments about Holland 25 in. Cambridge Ladderback Counter Stool - Black Wrinkle Finish - Black Vinyl Seat:
I bought this for a vacation rental property where I had to have stools that "sturdy" people could sit in. I called Hayneedle and got the weight limits on this chair...she said that there really was no weight limit, it was tested to 750 pounds. Well, alrighty, I'd say that will be sturdy enough.
I wish I could say that putting it together was a piece of cake, but it wasn't. There were no directions in any of the three stool boxes. Now, granted, I was just screwing the base into the chair, but ends up I didn't have the correct tools. How about including a simple, basic mini wrench with the nuts and bolts? Or at least a list of tools needed? Oh, and directions.
But, these stools look great, very comfortable, and the swivel worked right off the bat (I read that other stools have hard to swivel swivels). So I'm happy pappy.